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Lillith Hapmouche

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  1. Have you tried lowering your bandwidth? Like, significantly? Also, are you using any kind of flying helpers?
  2. How about lowering your draw distance in general and consulting a good doctor?
  3. Whenever you feel like it? I mean... why ... not?
  4. Bestandteile wie die Körperform (Shape), Systemhaare, Systemaugen und Systemskin lassen sich nicht einfach ausziehen, sondern nur durch andere derselben Art auswechseln. Daher am besten nochmal in Lumiya versuchen, diese vier Komponenten per Hand im Inventar zu ersetzen oder einen der Standardavatare auswählen. Holzhammer-Methode: Developer Menü > Avatar > Test Female und laden lassen.
  5. Looking at some folks and some places inworld, I would say that those have already put your idea in action. Well, actually never bothered to change, but let's disregard that little detail. On a less joking note: it wouldn't need any extra server, platform or xyz tool to revert to such a classic mode. It's all already included.
  6. If your settings were correct before, perhaps you only got the message because those settings got applied estate-wide. Not just on your plot. Just guessing by the "Estate Manager" clue in the quoted message, at least.
  7. Actually, Omega head skins would be sufficient. Then either Jake or Omega appliers for the body.
  8. The obvious: Get a proper computer with remotely modern hardware.
  9. If the places are worth it in your opinion, contact the owner and try to talk to them. Or switch your mind to a "be happy that you're not supporting users who support that Voodoo crap" state, which is probably more worthwhile.
  10. ExMachina and some Altamura products come with head and body. The rest are separate purchases.
  11. If that's your firm conviction, I might as well utter my observation: the majority of previously bought 1L demos showed quite unpretty flaws in the product. Bad rigging, too much clipping, ugly texture seams or being time limited on top of being plastered with demo signs. Such products led to a plain "trash the whole junk and never return to that store" decision and to the mental association that some "creators" really depend on the 1L income, because their faulty end product will not sell. Whose hypothesis is right or wrong now? ... not counting the 1L lipstick example. That's a cute dollarbie.
  12. The two most common excuses I've heard are a) so you can send them to others (mostly Marketplace) b) the vendor system is preconfigured to charge at least 1L. If you're lucky, you'll get a refund. If it doesn't do the latter, it's a good motivation for me to completely avoid that store. I usually don't just grab a single demo, but multiple ones and that lost money would pile up quickly. Pretty pointless for me, as the demo will get trashed anyway in the end.
  13. For deco purposes, Black Bantam's creations look far more appealing. They are usually released as gachas, but with a little search on the Marketplace, you should come across the right version that you want. Paying a "small fortune" for one of Zooby's interactive toys might have a bit of bad timing, seeing that they are setting up a new store with Animesh versions. Perhaps those will turn out less prim- and script-heavy. Plus that other creator, whose creations strongly remind of the Sims 3 pudding faces.
  14. What does "that didn't work either" specifically mean? Could you login at all? If you couldn't, then the mentioned Intel bug might be the cause.... Or could you login, but you crashed again after a while inworld? In the latter case: Quite likely that you're overstressing that laptop with your settings. Try lowering your draw distance from those 128m to 64 or so and turn off the Advanced Lighting Model for your average usage needs. The CPU is pretty lame, you only got 4GB of RAM and the integrated graphics chip is very low end as well ... and it's a laptop, which is quite likely to overheat under too much load.
  15. You will definitely want Omega for LeLutka, at the very least for the female heads. The two male heads, Guy and Andrea, seem popular enough to get dedicated applier support. But make-up and lashes, hairbases and such ... there are fewer and fewer dedicated LeLutka appliers, so you literally have to keep your fingers crossed that the creator at least considered an Omega option. Like Nextio said, Omega for LeLutka is a "one time installation". After buying a head or receiving an update, I usually run activation once on the freshly unpacked main copy. Then I set up subfolders with copies of those activated files - a "TEST" subfolder for trying new appliers and several ones for each character that I'm playing.
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