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Rolig Loon

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  1. Most e-mail programs (gmail, Outlook, .... ) have filters. Just set a filter to recognize any messages from her e-mail address and redirect them to your trash folder.
  2. No rolling restarts == no bug fixes. There's a lot more in the JIRA that needs attention than just mesh.
  3. Without any more information than that, there's not m\uch that anyone here can suggest except generic stuff >>> http://community.secondlife.com/t5/English-Knowledge-Base/Login-failure/ta-p/700109 . For what it's worth, your Internet connection can be perfectly good for low-demand applications like e-mail and browsing the web and still be unsatisfactory for SL. Unlike some games you may have played, SL passes information between your client viewer and its servers continuously. If there's a break in transmission for more than a second or so, or if there's much packet loss at all, yo
  4. It looks like the system doesn't know that you added the PayPal acount yet. You can always call the LL billing office and find out for sure........ LL's billing team is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Toll-Free (US/Canada) 800.294.1067 Long-Distance 703.286.6277 Local Toll-Free numbers * France: 0805.101.490 * Germany: 0800.664.5510 * Japan: 0066.33.132.830 * Portugal: 800.814.450 * Spain: 800.300.560 * UK: 0800.048.4646 * Support is in English Only
  5. You can't. Muting is a way for the other person to avoid having to listen to you. She doesn't need to have you hassling her about muting you either. You can see your own mute list by opening your People menu and clicking on the little gear icom in the lower left corner. You'll see the mute list as one of several options.
  6. Try this ... integer gSil;integer gFla;integer gFlash;no_silencer(){ integer i = llGetNumberOfPrims(); while(~(--i)) { if (llToLower(llGetLinkName(i)) == "silencer") { llSetLinkAlpha(i,0.0,ALL_SIDES); //Make silencer prim(s) transparent gSil = TRUE; //Flag to verify that a silencer is actually present gFlash = FALSE; } else if (llToLower(llGetLinkName(i)) == "flash") { llSetLinkAlpha(i,0.0,ALL_SIDES); // Make flash prims transparent gFla = TRUE; //Flag to verify that at least one flash prim is present } }}default{ state_entry() { no_silen
  7. Or younger residents with older viewers. :smileyvery-happy:
  8. You still only need one script . Use llSetLinkAlpha and get rid of the llMessageLinked and the extra script.
  9. When you sell L$, that converts them to dollars in your account. To get the dollars out, you have to execute a Credit Trasfer request that will send your dollars to PayPal (or by wire transfer to a bank). See >>> https://secondlife.com/my/lindex/process-credit.php Note that it normally takes 3 to 5 business days for PayPal to process a credit transfer request.
  10. Hello, Rumpapuma -- It's a little hard to tell, but it sounds as if you are trying to enter SL from your Opera browser, by clicking on a link on a web page. That is certainly possible, if your browser is set up properly to allow that. I don't use Opera, though, so I don't have a clue how to advise you. However, that's not the normal way to enter Second Life. When you installed the SL viewer, it should have put an icon on your desktop. You normally enter SL by clicking (or double-clicking) on that icon. When you do that, you should see a login screen, where you are supposed to type in yo
  11. There's a very good set of suggestions at http://wiki.phoenixviewer.com/doku.php?id=fs_bake_fail . They're written by the fine folks at Firestorm and Phoenix, but they work for any viewer. Give them a try. Start at the top of the list and work down until you find the one that works for your av. Good luck!
  12. Haven't done anything, including haven't joined any groups? One very common cause for that error is wearing a group tag that has "illegal" characters (like hearts, Japanese kanji, or geometric symbols) in it. If you were wearing such a group tag when you logged out, SL won't let you back in. The only real solution, I'm afraid, is to go in world as an alt (an av on a different account) and convince the owner of the group to eject you. If you're a Premium member of SL, I suppose you can try talking with Live Chat to see if there's some way that they can do it for you instead.
  13. Without seeing the scripts themselves, it's very hard to guess what might be wrong. It could be, for example, that you wrote the scripts to listen only to you, the owner, but you have installed them into a group-owned object that no longer recognize you. It could be that the script is getting confusing instructions on a chat channel that is also used by other scripts in your shop. It could be that you put your scripts into an object that isn't linked the same way as the one you used in your skybox. All I can do is guess.
  14. You may have a firewall that is blocking access to Second Life. See >>> http://wiki.secondlife.com/wiki/Configure_your_software_firewall for instructions on how to solve that problem. If you are on a wireless connection, that may be your problem. Many people find that wireless is too unstable for the solid, continuous connnection that SL requires. Use a direct cable connection instead. Your router may need to be rebooted. Unplug it for a few minutes, then plug it back in and let it get a fresh grasp on an IP address.
  15. LOL .... That cannon is a common toy in many places around SL. It's harmless. I suspect that your login problem is purely coincidental, at least as far as the cannon is concerned. You may have done something odd as you bailed, though, and borked your viewer. Without any information about what kind of error message you get when it "stalls", I can't tell exactly what's wrong. Probably the easiest solution, though, is to simply do a clean re-install of the viewer. Reinstalling on top of what's there now may mean that the new installation inherits whatever is wrong with the current one, so .
  16. Hi FbiPower -- Take a good look at http://wiki.phoenixviewer.com/doku.php?id=fs_bake_fail . Start at the top and work down their list until you find the solution that works for you. Something will. That site was prepared for people using the Firestorm viewer, but the solutions apply to ANY viewer you may be using for SL.
  17. I might not understand your question correctly, so please excuse my answer..... I think that you are asking why people who visit your parcel cannot make animations work. Here are two possible explanations: (1) Scripts have been disabled in your parcel. Open About Land while you are in your parcel and look at the Options page to see whether this is true. If scripts are not allowed to run, then animations will not work. (2) The script that controls your dance machine or your poseballs is not operating properly. Open your Build tool (CTRL + 3) and select the object. Then choose Build >&
  18. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Data Execution Prevention (DEP) is a security feature included in modern operating systems. It is known to be available in Linux, Mac OS X, and Microsoft Windows operating systems and is intended to prevent an application or service from executing code from a non-executable memory region.  In other words, it's not a SL error messge. It seems to be telling you that it thinks your viewer is a threat to the system and it's refusing to let it run. It sounds like the best solution may be to remove the viewer completely from your computer. Be sure to remove
  19. La Galleria is more than a "shop". It's a furniture and home building emporium that covers two full sims. The sims may have been off line temporarily while LL was rolling out the new server upgrades across the grid this morning, but they should be accessible now.
  20. This is a virtual world, Christine. You are still sitting in front of a computer screen, and your av is still a lovely collection of pixels on that screen. Neither of you went anywhere. Other people all over the world are doing the same thing. You can greet them just the same way you would if you were on the phone, or you can have your avatar interact with their avatars on your screen. Nobody's avatar "goes" anywhere, any more than your voice does on the phone.
  21. You're not the only one. I almost never crash, but it has happened to me several times since last week. LL rolled out an update of the server software that includes some repairs across the entire main grid this morning, and I have not had any trouble yet. See if it works better for you now too.
  22. I have had that happen when I have accidentally tried to upload an image that was in an unacceptable format or too large. I have also found that the upload sometimes takes much longer than I expect it to, compared to say, Flickr or other sites that handle pics. The Marketplace site doesn't show you any comforting progress bar either, so you can't even tell whether anything is happening. I think I have probably bailed out too early a few times because I was impatient.
  23. Don't mess with refunding. Just have your script store and report the highest three or four bids. At the close of the auction, let the highest bidder pay to claim the item. If he doesn't, put it up for auction again. Or ..... since it's all for charity, let all bids be donations and give the "prize" to the biggest donor. Our group has done both, and they both work.
  24. If it's your land, why can't you return it? Or is it actually centered in another parcel?
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