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  1. Well, when I try to copy the file, I get this: An unexpected error is preventing the operation. Make a note of this error code, which might be useful if you get additional help to resolve this problem: Error 0x80004005: Unspecified error So, no export for me at this point.
  2. Hintswen Guardian wrote: Make sure no one has the ability to sell or abandon land. Very good point. Thank you for the response.
  3. Taking off the Landing Point, will, however, allow visitors to set a LM anywhere they want on your parcel. If you don't want them to be able to do that, you are better off splitting your parcel into two, and setting individual landing points.
  4. I and my partner just purchased a large hunk of mainland. Now, we are looking at subdividing it in order to better use it. The only problem is that - though it is set to the group (not deeded), and several folks have subdividing rights in the group - no one but my partner can subdivide the land. Now, I think I know the answer, but all the wikis and tutorials don't really seem to answer this question. For land to be acted on by group members - i.e., subdividing land - does the land have to be *deeded* to the group? Does the group only 'own' the land if the land is deeded? It would seem that setting the land to the group, and having permissions within the group, would be adequate. Maybe it's a dumb question, but I can't seem to find any unambiguous answers. Thanks.
  5. I doubt they will ever support this. The other grids are SL's competition - they *don't* want to make it easy for you to migrate over there.
  6. I agree wholeheartedly! Half of the point of having the dashboard up was to see what was happening with the forums.
  7. Josephina Bonetto wrote: Your nice mainland can change overnight if someone moves in with a truly unique idea of beauty and I think having coping strategies in place helps. Josephina, got any suggestions on the coping strategy? Also, when does building a monstrosity and then offering to sell to those whose view you are blocking cross the line into an ARable offense?
  8. They touted the new blogrums software as being "single sign-on". And, they broke that (because it was working fine with the old blogrum software). Please fix it, quickly.
  9. Hmmmm..... /me takes a tour around the place, checking out the decor, trying out a chair or two, finds the liquor cabinet, pours a stiff one, and sits down across from Hippie. Not too bad. Edit: OOOh... Anyone looked at your profile settings, yet? They show "IP Address of Last Visit". Innnnnnteresting. And, I love my non-existent profile pic that labels me "Classic"!
  10. Single sign-on? Then why did I have to sign in to this page, after coming here from my dashboard? (Open in New Tab) And, why are there no forum links on the dashboard?
  11. Vichonette, you can always go with a TPV that combines the best of both worlds.
  12. Will we be able to prevent our profile from showing on the web? I would prefer to keep my profile totally in-world. (I *especially* don't want it linked to any of my RL identities.)
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  14. Something else I thought of: If the estate owner set the script permissions to Group Only, then it might not be as bad as you think. Simply go change your objects from whatever group they currently show to the renter's group. And, when you set out more objects, be wearing the group tag. I have seen this in a club, but it seems odd for residential land. Basically, if you're not wearing the group tag (though, you really should only have to be in the group to run scripts on your person), your scripts won't run. I have my club set to build if you are in the one group - so the performers can rez their tip jars and such, but not just anyone can come by and turn it into a sandbox. I wouldn't do it with scripts, though - cause too much hate and discontent.
  15. Aglaupe Greggan wrote: Now my problem is that I rented a land and paid the tier for ONE WEEK. 3. The land owner (me... ) dont have any right about to run scripts in his own land? This is where part of the misunderstanding lies. You are renting, not an owner (despite having "bought" the land, as well as paying tier). There really aren't any owners on private estates except for the estate owner (the sim owner). All sorts of permissions can be set for you, but - ultimately - you aren't the owner of the land. I would guess the change is coincidence - I don't think you can script something like that to change. But, yes, he can change the covenant any time. And, if you depart early due to the change in circumstances, and he doesn't refund your remaining tier, LL probably won't do anything about it. Yes, it is allowable for a sim owner to set "No Scripts". It is, however, pretty stupid - especially if it's residential land. You might ask the sim owner what's going on - they might have a misunderstanding on what they are changing and its impact. I had a landlord once that was going to somehow limit scripts on the entire island - he kept IMing me to ask me to turn off some scripts when I was gone. (I don't rent there any more; I also learned just how many frikkin' scripts were running in some of my stuff.) Added: Last night, I had an odd bug occur: When I checked the covenant tab on our club land, it came up "No covenant". It *also* showed the date last modified as 31 December 1969 - a default "0" date in some OS's. So, something hiccuped and it showed no data. A minute later, when I checked again, the covenant was back, with a 3 December 2010 date. So, it could be you encountered this bug. Edited to add more info
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