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  1. Wayback Machine to the rescue... https://web.archive.org/web/20120625100028/http://www.demonkiddesign.co.uk/blog/?cat=22
  2. Well, after doing all that, the couples dance won't rez the "hearts" people sit on to dance because it cannot see the group, only the land, which now disallows group build. This all worked before with Group Build checked in land and perms set in the group itself, so something did indeed change. Scratches my head ....
  3. The settings have been the same on land and group perms for the past 4 years, for both sims. In both Land settings, Group Build has always been checked, Everyone not checked, and I regulated build permissions in the respective groups. So after recruiting an alt, unchecking the land Group Build, then removing build perms in the group, she was not allowed to rez. Added back the perms in group and left the land Group Build unchecked and she can now rez, just as y'all stated. In the past, with the Land Group checked, the member could not rez without a tag on if they had perms, and c
  4. I recently discovered that staff in my club's group has the ability to rez items, regardless of their role, even those who were not granted such permissions in the group. This includes the 'Everyone' role which only has the group chat box checked. The land is deeded to this group. I tested it on my home sim as well, which is deeded to another group, and this same issue persists. So sometime within the last month, something has changed, seemingly grid wide, that allows anyone in a group to rez items even if they were not granted that ability. This could cause major problems for land or bus
  5. A year late but whatever. Legally, slander can't be proved unless you suffer some sort of damage, like financial, business or personal reputation, provided it was a good reputation in the first place.Normally it involves a substantial monetary loss. I am currently being endlessly harassed by a psycho, who is now sending 1L messages. At least I'm making something off it. She's also made an alt using my SL name with a slight variation. I have sent dozens of LL abuse reports for legitimate TOS violations, all have been ignored. At the end of the day, this is a game, that's it. Linden La
  6. When I first came to SL, I was looking for friends and wasn't interested in being hit on by guys, or anyone else. It wasn't long until I found a few friends with whom I bonded. I really don't want to sound like an advertisement, but I opened a club 4 years ago and based it on what others wanted. It is an all female, not a sex sim, catering to all women regardless off sexual orientation, and I do not allow drama. You are who you are at my club, nobody is allowed to question it. Our #1 rule, have fun. I built it to give women a safe place to go, to escape to, to meet new friends, to find comfort
  7. Penny, I'll add another bullet point, SL needs to advertise their product more. I see ads for a lot of different platforms on the internet, but rarely do I see any sponsored by LL. Those of us who are creators, own businesses or otherwise add to the enjoyment of others, need help helping LL. I for one cannot afford to do a major ad campaign outside of SL. So help us, help you. Without content providers, business owners, entertainment and experiences provided by members, SL would be an empty place. On top of all this, WE pay SL for the right to enhance THEIR product. So, a little help plea
  8. I have tried to lose interest in SL, but each time I tried, I found something else to do here. I blame me being a meshaholic for my inability to leave SL. I started with a simple prim, which I now know to be a gateway drug into meshaholicism. To be brief, I followed the rabbit trail which led me to Blender and now stepping into the world of Zbrush. Along the way though, I have found new friends who share my 'disease'. Now my greatest joy is meshing things for friends that they themselves have conjured up in their imagination. Being a part of their creative thinking, and bringing their ideas to
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