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  1. Ahh yes, I understand how to whitelist, but I simply don't understand how to get my script to initiate another script that someone else wrote? Or would simply dropping a whitelist script into the object, enable the object to block the person from accessing Script B unless authorized?
  2. Okay so, like everyone else, I've had a fair share of griefers; as did my friend, who recently had to deal with one today, hence prompting me to ask this question. Question one! I'd personally consider the worst form of home griefing to be refusing to go and acting like they own the place. Although methods like security ejecting and banning is possible, I'd like to simply prevent them from even being able to access furniture menus for sits. So here's my question, is there anyway I can connect scripts, like tell the object to run through script A ( the script that I've written, and dropped into the item's inventory) first before running Script B (the no-mod script somebody else wrote and included with the object that I've purchased). If Script A was false, then do nothing or send a message telling them that no access is allowed. If Script A was true, continue on to Script B. I understand that there is a way to do this within a single script, but as certain scripts are no mod, and almost all no whitelist, I'm hoping there's a way for me to drop a script into an object to make it so? Question two! Okay, so question two! Is there anyway to write a script that reads a group profile's members list? For example, if JaslynMaia Resident is on the Group A's members list, then proceed without needing the group tag to be active? I've been to a place or two (I can't remember what its called at the moment) where you can access everything if you're part of the group without having the group tag active. You'd still receive the benefits of the group if you're in it without the tag being active, but if you're not part of the group, you simply do not have access or receive benefits. Is there any way to achieve that result?
  3. Okay, so I found this script on the LSL wiki page, meant to teleport anyone that clicks on the object with the script in it and teleports them to the landmark included in the item inventory. The script works well for me, but I can't quite grasp why it doesn't work for other people? Like my fiancé for example, it would teleport me, but if he were to click on the item, I'd get an error saying that Teleport LSL functions can only teleport the owner of the object. I don't quite understand why it does that, when the scripting doesn't seem to specify that its owner only? key teleportee; default { state_entry() { llSay(0, "Touch to teleport"); } touch_start(integer total_num) { teleportee = llDetectedKey(0); llRequestPermissions(teleportee, PERMISSION_TELEPORT); } run_time_permissions(integer perm) { if(PERMISSION_TELEPORT & perm) { llTeleportAgent(teleportee, "//insert landmark name here", <13.0, 38.0, 23.5>, <13.0, 12.0, 23.5>); } } }
  4. Okay, putting down my own two cents after months of trying to find a lumiya replica and testing sl apps for IOS. First things first, I would recommend against SL notifier UNLESS you own property in world. Rentals dont count. Aside from having to purchase the app on the appstore, they request that you spend another 500L on a signal beacon in world at their shop. I cant quite think of the proper word to call it, so lets call it a signal beacon for now. Basically the problem here is that the app is useless unless you buy that beacon and rezz it inworld on property that you own. The most it does without that beacon is tell you who’s online at that moment, which you can already do with MP. Even if you do own property in world, the most the app will provide is a chat system. Map is only available to see where your friends are. In turn that means I do recommend Metachat, for now at least, since something is better than nothing. Unfortunately though, the app lags quite a bit but I have reason to believe that phase will pass as they’re still sending updates for the app. Theres no extra obligations or anything in world, so that 3$ you spend, thats it. In comparision to SL Notifier, Metachat has a lot more features. You can access your inventory - thus in turn attach/detach items, enable RLV, chat, and blindly move in world. I say blindly because unfortunately unlike Lumiya, you cant actually see the world through 3d lens, just the sim map, coloured dots representing your avie/avies hanging around, and a camera direction from the dot representing you. But again, do note that swapping from chat to chat, or tab can be painful. Unfortunately, these are the only two apps I’ve been able to find so far on the appstore. Aside from just now learning about Bright Canopy, which sounds appealing but 17$ for 10 hours is a bit much for me personally. Everything else is just a matter of smart design in order to succeed.
  5. Hai Hai! Fellow Asian in disguise here! 😅 GMT +7 I'm still fairly new to Second Life, but it seems everyone's more into their little groups? Breaking the ice seems a bit difficult when it comes to new people, for me at least, no one really bothers to try to initiate a conversation these days. But that could just be me (>~<)
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