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  1. hell whats even funnier is that you can use java to create custom callable linden functions on open simulator, probably could help linden labs develop those for sl easily.
  2. Difference between java and lsl is that you just simply need to call a dialogue, and then specify the parameters basically creating the functions yourself with any name you give it lol. Its like lsl but much more freedom.
  3. Already figured it all out on my own so no more need to reply to this thread
  4. Hi iv'e completely mastered lsl programming and am trying to utilize the skills i acquired to test the waters of real programming languages like java and c++, but the only hiccup i'm having is grasping how they get the names of there functions or variables. i'm familiar with the syntax, data types, operators, and classes however nothing about java's calss method seems to hold any limitations to work with when it comes to there names. so with that in mind how the hell is this language even referencing the words your or names you type with a feature, object, or button? is the machine just built to guess what it means? anyways due this road block i'm left confused to what is a valid input or whats not cause there are no set list of functions or features to name in the classes like the lsl portal has for its coding language. can somebody help explain this better than the tutorials that seem to be too loosely implied?
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    ^///^ the freedom is amazing huh? i love keeping my private 9 sim grid offline too only my mates get to link to it via vpn its much better that way seems how connecting to a grid just makes your pc vulnerable to attack from griefers.
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    ^///^ thanks i'll check each of those out and see which works better. but as far as i can tell linden labs is playing dirty with its terms of agreement. you should be alowed to download your avatar and be able to export your content by law.
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    if your willing to put forth the effort into learning how to opperate the back end of a simulator then maybe you should download a copy for yourselves. one thing i will pointy out is if you don't have a vpn service downloaded your router will get in the way of people connecting to your sim unless you connect yourself directly to the internet. the region is set up to use one ip adress specificly. that ip adress has to be the same exact one on both your internal and external ip. or you'll be stuck trying to get a region handshake
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    and the amount of control you have over your simulator compared to second life is addictive and down right empowering
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    its second life away from the drama of second life
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    O///O i kind of have some experience with open sim cause i have a copy of it on my computer and have sucessfuly operated my own sim, and the lsl modual works pretty nicely actualy
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    its second life's beta grid but just for amature developers
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    open sim is kind of the table scraps of second life really
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    well here's also another theory. maybe Open Sim is an open source product of LL launched by LL
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