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Vicious Hollow

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  1. Hollowville by the Bay along with the HFBD is proud to announce the newest addition to our location - The Sunset Grill!! Come and join us Friday Sept 11th at 1pm as Uncle Vic will be bringing his "Big Show" - featuring the best in 80s rock, pop and new wave! Grab your friends, your neighbors, a perfect stranger or just grab yourself and come have a dance, lounge in the club or by the beach and help us celebrate this Grand Opening! Find Us Here: http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Badger/227/31/84
  2. Same here...I can get logged in after several attempts then after about a minute I get dropped. 😒
  3. I have to say "WOW! what a difference!" I started Race Rock and made it up and through Bullring Bay without so much as a blink. I did run into being tossed out of my boat and into never never land at the Meidland crossing ( http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Meidland/126/21/285 ) prior to McRitchie ( http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/McRitchie/123/39/28) ...could it be that that area hasn't been restarted yet?
  4. Just to add to things (not sure it'll help or not), my partner and I have had different results. She's having the same issue, above, but I'm not. What I noticed as far as any difference could be, was log in time. I logged in at noon SLT and she came on around 40 minutes later. So whatever happened to cause this must have happened between this time. We've tried in several different objects, with the same result - except for a few items she purchased that had unpacker scripts which seemed to work ok. She attached the "box" and was able to get the content, but anything she's rezzed and tried to unpack doesn't work. *Edit* We just tried with a box with an unpacker script, rezzed it and it worked fine. Without it, no go, same loading content issue.
  5. My wife and I were out at Blake, for the better part of the evening last night. We took her new blimp starting out at the Race Rock Rez Zone and headed towards Honah Lee AP. To put it shortly, we covered a heap of ground, in several hours, including the eastern side of Nautilus, which has been notorious for bad or off crossings and didn't see one major issue beyond the cam needing to be adjusted (reset), as well as each of us needing to resit due to hovering over our seats. (Happened once to each of us). I've also sailed out there, again starting at the Race Rock Rez Zone, several times this week, (In a 22 LTE and boating in a 170) and about the worst I've seen is a few slow or lagging crossings. The only (old) advice I can possibly give is to "dull" down your avi as much as you can including having on as few huds as possible (drop your complexity etc). I have an ancient A/O, one other small low script hud, when boating. When sailing, I only have on the latest wind compass and the boat hud. Cut your draw distance back (mine is at 320 which is probably more then needed) and avoid corner crossings, and take off (if you have a lot) any extra or heavy attachments on your avi. For me, my connection is slow compared to many. I'm on wireless which has it's "moments" as us wireless users know, and my avi is low script, and I've been able to get in a good bit of sailing this week, even some driving and as mentioned flying without too many major issues. Now, with that said, not every place has been spotless or smooth. Mowry has been, as noted above, day to day, Bellisaria's east passage has been trying and impassable at times, but Eden has been good, as with the bay out in front of our shop in Badger, and again I've been able to start at Race Rock and make it up past Bullring Bay (by way of the area behind Honah Lee, to area behind Dutch Harbor so forth) several times. So again try dialing back the details, drop as many scripts and huds as possible, and hopefully that will help. 😉 Edit: One more thing that can be tried, which I tend to do more now both sailing and flying, is to go into first person view aka mouse look. That seems to help make the crossings a touch smoother.
  6. Apparently the issue has returned..or not gone away fully to begin with. I've run into this similar issue as the SLCG Station at Promethium. I was trying to delete my boat after finishing the trip and was met with "Cannot derez object due to inventory fault." 😒
  7. I'm going throw another option into the hat, that may be not something that you fully want to invest in, or thought about, but it's something we ended up doing, because as mentioned in another post, malls, sadly, can be hit and miss (more miss then hit). We tried malls, shopping centers, and even rented a shop at a busy Airport. The mall rentals, though not that expensive, never made a dime, an d the AP shop did little business. The problem was in all cases (for us), when setting an event for advertising, we couldn't put in the location, but instead had to use an inserted SL URL. One of the malls did their own advertising for their vendors, which was nice of them to do, but again in the end, not a dime was made. What we ended up doing, and again this may be beyond what you really want to do fully, is we invested in our own land. Now, our sales are consistent and way up from the original places, we can do advertising without having to drop in an SLURL and we have full land rights and control. Purchasing a piece of land again may not be something you're in a hurry to do, and I would advise not rushing into it, without learning as much as you can before. Also, again it may be more then you're wanting to invest in at the moment, which I can related too fully. I would suggest check out the mentioned places above, as well as the advertising ideas first, and once you get settled in, then look into purchasing land. It may seem like it could be a money loss, or something you don't want to fully commit too, but in the end, at least in our case, it's paid off big time.
  8. If you're the shop owner (in reference to the person being a "customer") you can ban the person from the shop, that is, if you have the land rights to do so. You can also purchase security systems and ban the person that way. If you don't have those type of land rights, or are not the shop owner, but a customer yourself, then I would contact the shop owner or land owner and report the incident to them.
  9. Reboot your router. I started having the same issues last year. Now I have to reboot mine within or at 5 days. It's kind of a pain to do, but it's remedied the problem.
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