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  1. Hmmm. The problem is a server throttle. The script uses an LSL function (llRequestUsername) that makes the servers complain if you call it too many times in a short period of time. When you have a rather long list of people in your whitelist and the script is verifying that each name is valid, it apparently hits that throttle limit. It's not a limit that I was aware of when I created the system. Short of rewriting the script's logic to make it slow down, there's not much we can do, but I will make a note to address it in a future upgrade. For now, I suggest keeping your whitelist to 15 or
  2. Thanks, Mateo. That gives me a starting point. I'll see what can be done.
  3. Hmmm.. Without an idea of what error message you may be seeing, it's a little hard to know where to start. I can't replicate the effect myself. If you can replicate the effect, gather as many details as you can and put them into a JIRA BUG report so we have something to work with.
  4. It should be significantly greater than 15. Exactly what is the script error? Have you tried rezzing a new copy of the Security System?
  5. I haven't heard of a gift policy, but there might be one. I should ask. Moles do get paid. and we have a lot of work to do. As far as I am concerned, I just like to know that I am doing something that people enjoy, so a friendly note means a lot more than a gift. It actually feels fells a little funny to get a gift from someone I don't even know, but I do appreciate the kindness.
  6. Moles go to a lot of trouble to design local settings that match the mood of special builds like LDPW games ( think PaleoQuest or Linden Realms ) and seasonal regions like the Winter Wonderland, Halloween, and Isle of View (Valentine's Day). The moles who create textures and do all the landscaping always work in the custom EEP so that they know exactly what their work should look like to visitors. I feel a little sad when people decide to ignore the atmospherics and go with a blah standard noon sky. It really ruins the mood. 😯
  7. So, you and your sorority sisters are planning to rent out rooms by the hour, and you want to be able to eject visitors who overstay their welcome? Yes, you should be able to do that. There's no upper limit on ejection time. Just a lower limit. Remember that you have to enter the time in seconds..... Be really careful about how visible your sorority's activities are, of course. I suggest a skybox. Remember the 2000m lower limit. 😏
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    I think we've got it. Welcome to Bellisseria.
  9. There is a quotation mark missing in that line.
  10. You can teleport to the Shop and Hop regions (or an adjacent cam region) by clicking on the upper Left or upper Right corners of any Teleport map in the SL17B regions. The map will take you there instantly. Distance is no object. 😉
  11. Sneaky residents has found my Precious.ss..s.... 💍.......
  12. Yes, indeed., Your Linden Homes covenant says: Security orbs are only allowed if they comply with the following restrictions: -Minimum of 15 seconds warning time (no shorter) -Eject from parcel only (not teleport them home) -Effective range cannot include the airspace between 400m and 2000m (to allow for people to fly overhead but not in the airspace where skyboxes are allowed) If you are uncertain, there is a free security system provided in the Linden Homes Content Pack. It does not have the ability to be set in a manner that does not comply with these restr
  13. It's actually only incidentally because of the color changing ability, which is handled mostly in a separate temporary HUD. As you said, correctly: When we developed the Victorian theme, the big scripting change was to consolidate the door/window/blind functions into a single control script instead of treating them locally. Scripting always involves making tradeoffs among script efficiency, size, and complexity, as well as optimizing server load and making the system simple and reliable for the end user. When we made that big decision to consolidate, we ended up with fewer scripts and
  14. I suspect that was a typing error, Garnet. (I do that all the time, so typos are familiar territory.) Take a look at these two quick images: As you can see, all I did to change the cube from a nice pink girl prim to a blue boy prim was to "accidentally" miss typing the final 4 in the code for the red channel, so it became 19 instead of 194. It's not your deep navy blue, but you get the idea. I can mess with typos and create all sorts of odd results. I can even do it with copy/paste. Nothing is immune from my typo skills.
  15. There's a prominent note in the instruction notecard that is in your mailbox that says: IMPORTANT: Please note that custom colors are always saved in the control panel for your house, but they are NOT saved anywhere else. If you rez a new home on your parcel, any custom colors will be lost and you will need to create and apply them again. This is one very good reason to save the RGB values for favorite colors in a notecard or some other personal note. There's no practical way for the system to save the custom colors that you create. The dataserver can remember which preset col
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