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  1. Yes. Whirly is correct. This is a script issue that the creator will need to address. The script is making repeated HTTP calls to a server which is returning 500 class status responses(see below). In order to trigger that warning it needs to make quite a few requests in a very short amount of time with no non-500 responses. In more poetic terms: The script is sitting in the back seat of the car asking "arewethereyet?arewethereyet?arewethereyet?arewethereyet?howboutnow?arewethereyet?" HTTP response can be broken down into 4 broad ranges: 200: All is right with the world
  2. If you are importing multiple Windlights there is a trick you can do. Create a new sky (or water, or day cycle. Whichever sort of setting that you are importing). Double click it in your inventory to open the editor Use the Import button to bring in the first windlight on your list Use the "Save As" option on the save button. Click the Import button again to get the second one, and repeat the process.
  3. Now, THAT is pretty sweet! This conversation has me thinking about how to port something like Frotz into LSL... I mean, who wouldn't want to play Zork on a prim!
  4. LSL is Turing Complete. So in theory you could do any of projects that you outlined. In practice however, that way lies madness, and you would probably not want to tackle them for any reason other than the perverse pleasure of bringing such a horror into the world. You would need to operate in rather severe memory constraints. You could work around this by dividing the logic and memory usage among multiple scripts each handling a specific function (how very Minsky!). This strategy however will start to run into limits with script timing since the number of scripts needed would ball
  5. Yes AFK, that is actually very easy to do. In the About Land floater you can set the length of the day and number of hours to offset. You will want to set a 24 hours day and the set the Day Offset to match your timezone. There is a label just below these two sliders that can assist you in making the adjustments by showing you the "Apparent Time of Day".
  6. White space and indentation is not meaningful in LSL beyond making your code easier to read. Code blocks in LSL are delineated by curly braces if (test) { statement; } and if (test) { statement; } for instance are identical to the compiler. (Python will 💔 every time . )
  7. There is a feature request for this and I would like very much to get it into an upcoming simulator. I don't have any sort of ETA for you however. Nor do I have an explanation about why it was left off in the first place. BUG-6961
  8. The short answer is that sleep time is the mean amount of time in ms per simulator frame that the simulator has spent idling over the last minute. The long answer is that the simulators attempt to keep a constant number of processing frames (one cycle through the main loop) per second. This number is displayed in the statistics window as Sim FPS. This value is not the same as the Viewer's FPS. When the Sim FPS starts to fall below 45 you will begin to see lag events like delayed movement and rubber banding, among other symptoms. A single frame should take about 21ms. (21ms * 45) = ~
  9. Yes, All of the sun and moon functions (direction, rotation) and the day length day offset functions are EEP aware. The llGetRegion* (Sun/Moon)(Rotation/Direction) functions will always return the value for the region even if there is an environment set on the parcel. This family of functions are also altitude aware. This means that if the object containing the script is at 1100 meters and the region or parcel owner has set a custom environment at 1000 meters they will recognized the sun position from the custom environment.
  10. We had to reverse the RC and Main Channel rolls this week. That is likely what you encountered. https://community.secondlife.com/forums/topic/455707-deploy-plan-for-the-week-of-2020-06-01/
  11. The dates on the group notices is a known bug (BUG-228696 and others). A fix rolled to two of the Release Candidate channels yesterday (server version 2020-05-15T18:31:37.542403). Our plan is to roll that to the rest of the grid next Tuesday.
  12. He could send the object in question a message on a predetermined channel (llRegionSayTo) and add a script to your discovered object that would respond with a "yes, I'm your object". If you don't get the response back you know it isn't one of yours.
  13. Comments will never affect script performance. LSL is compiled into byte code and that is what is actually executed, comments are not included in the byte code.
  14. The sun and moon actually follow what is called a great circle path across the sky dome, which is the shortest distance between two points on the surface of a sphere. When projected to an observer on the ground this path can appear to be a curve. (This is actually the same reason that a plane traveling from SFO to London will go through the Arctic.)
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