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  1. not seeing a private forum section any were
  2. I found your marketplace store there's a few thing you could do to improve it. For one there's no description of the items, just some text say this is a demo, and others visit our web site but there's no link right there. For rezzed items we want to know the land impact, for mesh clothes is it fitted mesh, rigged mesh, dose it come in more then one size if rigged? Your robot pet, what dose it do? You need to sell your item in the description. Many of your key words seem useless, or are not describing the item. for example: meta name="keywords" content="Demo demonstration free cyberpunk
  3. Pamela Galli wrote: I think it makes a difference if you are logged in or not. I just tried searching my store names again logged in and with adult only set in the maturity filters, and just get the top 3 non adult items, even tho my top items are adult. As far as I can tell adult items never show up when searching by merchants/store names tab, I checked an all adult store and it shows no items. I've all ways had a mix of maturity levels in my items so never noticed this before. There's still a link with the stores name but it dose make it look like it's an empty store, if your expect
  4. I all so have a mix of maturity listing at my store, from my test it look like searching by avatar or store name return the top 3 non adult items, even when searching for my name with the maturity filter set to adult only. I don't think it should be too much of a problem, people should likely know how to find the rest of your store by clicking on one of the items shown, a better way of telling people how to find your store would be to have a link in your profile and then just point people to your profile, this is all so good if some else tells some one about your item, or they see it inworld
  5. Second Life closed down weeks ago. What you see inworld now is just the after party.
  6. if you want to learn how things work in SL, and from your many questions it would be good for you to do so, here's a few places to start. http://secondlife.com/destination/ivory-tower-library-of-primatives http://secondlife.com/destination/college-of-scripting
  7. Coby Foden wrote: phaedra Exonar wrote: Madelaine McMasters wrote: Ooooh, I'd forgotten about mirror water! And that method is double fun. Who doesn't like walking on walls? I've often thought about building sideways in a sim because the buildable foot print would be 256x4096m. Cool. Now we would need only a way to rotate the gravity and this would be perfect. :matte-motes-big-grin: :matte-motes-wink: I'm thinking some kind of vehicle with the sit target rotated, and an attraction to the x or y axis, or to the outer edges of the sim, would be the place to start experimenting. T
  8. Madelaine McMasters wrote: Ooooh, I'd forgotten about mirror water! And that method is double fun. Who doesn't like walking on walls? I've often thought about building sideways in a sim because the buildable foot print would be 256x4096m.
  9. Splatulated wrote: Syo Emerald wrote: No. thats depressing why can this game make everything except a mirror D: ?? wait is there any other way to put water on a wall ?? yes, rotate the building 90 degrees so the wall is on the floor. the give away is that when he edits the box the Z axis is 90 degrees from the floor, and the Z coordinates are just above the level of water, all so note the avatar never moves, because its sitting on the floor to make it look as if it's standing on the ground.
  10. try reapplying for adult status, if that dosen't work put in a support ticket. only other thing I can think of is to try clearing your cash to see if that reset your status.
  11. Pussycat Catnap wrote: Kenbro Utu wrote: Pussycat Catnap wrote: That may give you a profile with links you can see, but the rest of SL will just see a mess: https://my.secondlife.com/Luna.Barak It does produce clickable links in the in-world profile in Firestorm. But only there I presume - meaning... the rest of SL will see a mess. This looks like another one of those attempts to create a different 'shared user experience' on the part of a TPV. The idea is nice, on the surface (but it could let someone make one URL appear to be another - will it at least show the real URL o
  12. I tried this in firestorm and it did not work: [http://www.firestormviewer.org Firestorm] what section of the profile are you doing this in?
  13. LaskyaClaren wrote: phaedra Exonar wrote: I love what you can do with mesh, but I think it's had a big impact on the diversity of items available in SL, there's fewer people that can build with mesh. There's such a flood of mesh items on the marketplace it's hard for shops selling non mesh to be seen in the marketplace listings, many of my favorite shops have closed down, the problem being no one making mesh has filled in a lot of these small subculture markets that are shrinking. Who really wan't to take the time to build mesh for a small market, and even if they do the number of i
  14. Theresa Tennyson wrote: LaskyaClaren wrote: DeMarco Galthie wrote: Sorry to say but today I see stores dictating standards for glasses, hands, legs, breasts, etc.. There's some danger that this thread will become yet another redundant discussion of the pros-and-cons of LL's announcement about the forthcoming new VW that they are developing. However, this statement struck me as particularly interesting. When the internet got its start in the 90s, one of the things that made it so successful, I'd argue, is that the basic code to build a web page so simple and easy to create th
  15. LaskyaClaren wrote: DeMarco Galthie wrote: Sorry to say but today I see stores dictating standards for glasses, hands, legs, breasts, etc.. There's some danger that this thread will become yet another redundant discussion of the pros-and-cons of LL's announcement about the forthcoming new VW that they are developing. However, this statement struck me as particularly interesting. When the internet got its start in the 90s, one of the things that made it so successful, I'd argue, is that the basic code to build a web page so simple and easy to create that anyone -- even the prove
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