Jump to content

Taern905

Resident
  • Content Count

    10
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

7 Neutral

About Taern905

  • Rank
    Member

Recent Profile Visitors

The recent visitors block is disabled and is not being shown to other users.

  1. I've found keeping my inventory sorted and manageable much easier to do after purchasing a wardrobe system. It was a lot of work to set up, and it took some time to learn how it worked, but having an instant visual really helped. There are a lot of great suggestions here already, some of which I've used myself (such as having a "To Be Sorted" folder). Organization and consistency are key. You can rename clothing folders, but you should decide on a naming convention before getting too far into things. Before my inventory got too big, I had clothing folders named according to description, vendor, name, and colour and then sorted into tops, bottoms, outfits, and dresses AND THEN in folders according to type of wear (i.e., casual, business, dress, evening, formal, etc.) Lately, I've been re-renaming all my clothing folders to just the vendor name and product name, to coincide how items are named in my wardrobe system.
  2. I would suggest before getting too far into BDSM in SL that you first: 1. Join groups such as Blacksilks/Omega, Adult Community Education Society, Chapter 2, Houses of Jana, and Unrestrained Desires. 2. Attend lectures and discussion groups hosted by these groups. Get to know people, see what they have to say, learn from their experiences. 3. Join groups such as Open Collar, Fire Flower, and a support group for the viewer you are using. 4. Read up and educate yourself on RLV and collars (e.g., Open Collar, and Peanut No. 9). 5. Join the Cambridge Oxbridge University group and take their classes on Avatar Safety. As tempting as it is to just jump in, you should approach this as though you would in RL, with your safety in mind. And while some precautions we may take in RL might not apply or seem unnecessary, being aware of them, at least, will help provide you with some foundation to explore this.
  3. As a friendly introvert, sometimes I need the privacy or anonymity an alt provides in order to manage my time, whether I'm crafting a note card, or attending discussion groups, lectures, or classes. To my way of thinking, it's no different than having call display on my phone. It's a tool that allows me to participate in the virtual world without the obligatory niceties. I'd rather my online friends not see me online than feel as though I'm ignoring them or not making them a priority. In my experience, even my closest friends can't seem to take at face value when I'm trying to get some task completed. So having an alt helps me to get things done.
  4. Feel free to reach out to me. I'm a bi female. Just mention the forum. 😊
  5. I would suggest before getting too far into BDSM in SL that you first: 1. Join groups such as Blacksilks/Omega, Adult Community Education Society, Chapter 2, Houses of Jana, and Unrestrained Desires. 2. Attend lectures and discussion groups hosted by these groups. Get to know people, see what they have to say, learn from their experiences. 3. Join groups such as Open Collar, Fire Flower, and a support group for the viewer you are using. 4. Read up and educate yourself on RLV and collars (e.g., Open Collar, and Peanut No. 9). 5. Join the Cambridge Oxbridge University group and take their classes on Avatar Safety. As tempting as it is to just jump in, you should approach this as though you would in RL, with your safety in mind. And while some precautions we may take in RL might not apply or seem unnecessary, being aware of them, at least, will help provide you with some foundation to explore this.
  6. We actually met at Arcadia two nights ago! I thought your name looked familiar. I'm interested, and am both poly and bi. Hopefully, we will see one another inworld again soon.
  7. If someone is harassing you, you can block or mute them. This is a menu option when you right click on their name. I've also set up an auto-response in my preferences to notify blocked residents that they've been blocked and why. If you want to see if one of your friends are online before you log into the world, you can do so by logging in to the website (where you access your account information, the marketplace, destinations, etc.). On the lower left of the page, you'll see a list of your friends and if they are online. Residents can opt to show themselves as being offline, but from what I can see, they would need go through their own friends list to select each individually. Finally, as what has been suggested, inworld you can select a group that the resident belongs to to check their status. This will also show you the last time the resident was logged in.
  8. Is there a way to tell when items were added to the marketplace?
  9. Thank you to my hero inworld who came out and checked things out, gave me advice, and helped to work towards a resolution. The issue isn't resolved, but will probably be soon.
  10. There is a neighboring property for sale, and someone has placed multiple particle emitter spammers on it, flooding the surrounding area with floating grey blocks. I went to my preferences, and in graphics I reduced my max particle count to zero so that I could find what was the cause of all these floating grey blocks. They are all owned by the same Resident. Object Name: bamr Description: Toss me around for fun! Creator: Philip Linden I've submitted a ticket, and I've reported it, but is there any other recourse available? No, I haven't contacted the owner of the objects - somehow I doubt someone who would do this would take any request to remove them under consideration, and I don't want to make myself the target of more harassment. Thank you.
×
×
  • Create New...