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  1. Theresa Tennyson

    Which Do You Prefer COPY or TRANSFER?

    I said something to the effect that there was a problem with the pose positions. As you can now see, it was a significant problem caused by a technical flaw. You said I should take care of this significant problem that I was seeing by adjusting the positions myself. How is this not saying "Fix it yourself"?
  2. Theresa Tennyson

    Which Do You Prefer COPY or TRANSFER?

    Our conversation was by IM - you may have a record of it somewhere. I believe I still do but its on an old computer. I'm sure I wasn't extremely helpful; in fact if I remember right my initial contact was annoyingly twee. However, I think I at least tried to point out that there was a significant issue with it (which, as you can now see, there was) and you didn't bother to even check your product at the time. You didn't mean to say, "fix it yourself," but in this instance that's essentially what you did say. Note that when I brought this up again in this thread your immediate reaction was that I was "lying." (Note that I didn't say what the problem was, I said what somebody told you the problem was, which happened to be technically wrong but it did describe the symptoms.) Then there was a post or two where you said that it was me messing it up myself or not understanding the animation. We had to go through all that for you to entertain the possibility that there really was a problem. People have told you over and over in these forums that you will almost never admit that you're wrong. Well, that's the way you are and that's not likely to change at this point in your life. It's not a great trait for someone in the customer service business, though, and that's why I brought it up when you started talking about people paying you for your white-glove customer service.
  3. Theresa Tennyson

    Which Do You Prefer COPY or TRANSFER?

    Item: 1 prim "Chameleon" Round Sex Rug by "Prim Savers" Pose: "Girl-Girl" --> "69 (g/g)" As I poke around in it the problem could be related to the fact that there's no entry in the .POSITIONS notecard for that pose at all. Not that I would even have been able to describe that when I bought it and had problems with it in my first six months of being in SL.
  4. Theresa Tennyson

    Which Do You Prefer COPY or TRANSFER?

    I imagine a lot of those use a "multi-scene rezzer" type system, though, which means that no-copy furniture is useless to the developers regardless of how many instances they have.
  5. Theresa Tennyson

    Which Do You Prefer COPY or TRANSFER?

    Given that it was a lesbian animation, one of us obviously didn't understand it... Upon looking back, my best guess is that you'd put the rotations for "Avatar A" where the rotations for "Avatar B" went and vice versa. In either way, it wasn't usable as is and it took a rare amount of time for me to fix it.
  6. Theresa Tennyson

    Which Do You Prefer COPY or TRANSFER?

    Theresa Tennyson sighs. What did you use for the poses in your adult furniture? And, if it wasn't obvious, that customer was me.
  7. Theresa Tennyson

    Which Do You Prefer COPY or TRANSFER?

    Then there was the customer who told you that a pose in a poseball had been put in upside down and you told them to fix it themselves and you kept selling the product with the inverted pose.
  8. Theresa Tennyson

    Which Do You Prefer COPY or TRANSFER?

    How much work does a creator do when a customer copies an object?
  9. Theresa Tennyson

    Which Do You Prefer COPY or TRANSFER?

    "Something for nothing" - like being paid multiple times for doing the same amount of work?
  10. Theresa Tennyson

    System avatar - out of style?

    What gives you the authority to say what SL was made to end up as?
  11. Theresa Tennyson

    Which Do You Prefer COPY or TRANSFER?

    Until someone with the equivalent skill set makes essentially the same thing in copyable form, which will probably take a matter of weeks.
  12. Theresa Tennyson

    System avatar - out of style?

    You've said in other places that you can't see Bento-rigged objects. Therefore, how do you know what modern mesh heads look like in world?
  13. Theresa Tennyson

    Inclusive Interior Spaces - Less Skyboxes and ground-level-lag

    Second Life's own unique paradigm is that everything exists as a unique entity in a single "world." What you are describing is a very good idea for another environment and is exactly what I'd propose for when a Sansar-like environment has things like apartments, but in Second Life it would require rebuilding assumptions all over the place. A cloud-based Second Life may allow instancing like that, but it would then completely disrupt the existing financial system. You're basically saying "Horses would be faster if they were motorcycles."
  14. Theresa Tennyson

    Bakes on Mesh Feedback Thread

    You can use Bakes-on-Mesh for the head just fine. The standard neck joint of every popular human mesh head and body is at the line between the head and upper textures. You can apply the head texture of the avatar bake to the mesh head and the body bake to the default body. You'll need to use appliers for the hands if you want the default body to wear the upper body texture. I don't take it as a personal offense; I take it as an offense to logic and the truth, which I take far more seriously.
  15. Theresa Tennyson

    Bakes on Mesh Feedback Thread

    What "partial mesh bodies" are you referring to? The limits are that anything using the body texture sections (head, upper, lower) will automatically turn off that section of the default avatar. It won't work with hands and feet only unless they're textured with one of the other channels, and honestly that would be a waste of time. However, it will work fine on something like a head without a body or a body without a head, or a centaur that replaces half the default body. Next question - what did Bakes-on-Mesh do to you? Can you show me on this stuffed animal? I'm fascinated that certain people in this forum section have decided, not that they simply aren't interested in it, but that it must be opposed with melodramatic flapdoodle. Mesh bodies will need either alpha cuts or to be set to use alpha masking by their creators (assuming they're no modify.) As far as skin appliers, Bakes-on-Mesh simply uses specific textures that are replaced by the bake. It would be completely possible to use an applier to apply a "fixed" texture to the same body that would otherwise use Bakes-on-Mesh, providing that the body maker allows using appliers at all.
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