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Rolig Loon

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  1. I agree completely with Peter, although I too have never heard of Splash Match Fishing. If other members of your fishing group (team? squadron?) don't know, you could try asking people in other sporting groups. Many of them have devised ways to detect and prevent cheating in their sports.
  2. Nope. You can run but you can't hide. There is no easy for anyone to locate you in SL unless you have given a friend Map permission by checking the icon in your contacts list, but it's child's play for anyone to tell when you are on line.
  3. If there is, I haven't found it yet, Peter. If you put anything in comments, there's a pretty good chance that it will be hidden forever.
  4. If I knew how to be rich and famous and popular, I'd tell you. (Yeah, .... right.) All I know is that if you spend all your time trying to find the answer, you're probably working too hard. Make the best club you can, be good to your customers, and relax. :smileywink:
  5. Yes, it's alive. Try default{ touch_start(integer total_number) { list pram = llGetPrimitiveParams([PRIM_POS_LOCAL]); llSay(0, llList2String(pram, 0)); }}
  6. That's not too surprising, depending on what you mean by "freezing". If you clear cache, you are wiping out any stored SL images on your computer. When you log in next time, therefore, your viewer needs to download every single image that you see before it can be rendered. That's a lot slower than rendering images from cache, so you should expect greater than normal lag for a short while. I'm not sure whether I'm understanding completely, but if you are saying that this "freezing" problem goes away when it has been a while since you cleared cache, that's the way it's supposed to work. Onc
  7. As you have learned by now, this is a resident-to-resident help area. All we can do is give you our best advice. The "official" LL advice is to restore your default user settings, on the assumption that yours have somehow been borked. They add that, "If restoring your default settings fixes your problem, please file a bug report in the Public Issue Tracker and attach your original settings files (the ones you saved in a temporary directory) so we can analyze them and solve the problem for future Residents. If this still doesn't solve your problem, some bad cache files might be causing the cr
  8. What Peter is suggesting is that you may want to add some helpful information to your post by clicking on the Options link in its upper right corner and selecting EDIT.
  9. Torley Linden has a sandbox where you can often rez large or misbehaving coalesced objects >>> http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Here/7/7/69 . Unless he's changed it recently, you ought to be able to rez there.
  10. One of the fastest ways to identify an alien scripted object, if you have estate manager powers, is to use Estate/Region >> Debug >> Top Scripts . Sort the list by owner so you can scan through it quickly and identify anyone that you don't recognize. Then set the filter to display only that person's objects, and click RETURN. You'll get a standard warning notice, asking whether that's really what you want to do. Do it. Then, go to your ban list and add that person's name to it. Depending on how you want to manage your land in the future, you may want to put an autoreturn on pa
  11. Right where I inserted integer saying2say. All it's doing is replacing a constant with a calculated variable. You could even compress things further by writing llSay(0, llList2String(greetings, (integer)llFrand( (greetings !=[]) ));
  12. Hehehe.. They will certainly freeze your Premium account when you are in arrears for more than one billing cycle, Peter. I'm not sure that they will delete it even then, though.
  13. That "squeaking" was just telling you that you forgot to define the variable saying2say. Once you put that into your script, it should compile just fine. If you use a good external editor, it will find things like that for you. :smileywink:
  14. It looks pretty good so far. You're almost done. My own preference would be to do away with the two user-defined functions and compress the script by in-lining them. The script will run faster and be easier to read. Something like this ... list greetings = ["Hi", "Hello", "Greetings", "Welcome"];list recent_avatars;default{ state_entry() { llSensorRepeat("", NULL_KEY, AGENT, 5, PI, 5); } sensor(integer total_number) { if(!~llListFindList(recent_avatars,[(llDetectedName(0))])) { // speak out loud! integer saying2say; llSay(0, llList2S
  15. If you are a Premium member, sell off or abandon all land so that you have no more tier obligation to LL. Then go to https://secondlife.com/my/account/membership.php?lang=en-US and change your membrship plan to Basic. You will receve one final bill based on your peak tier during the past month, but that should be the last one. If you have other ongoing obligations, such as group fees, you may want to cancel them or simply continue paying them out of whatever L$ you import or earn in world. Unless you really want to leave SL, just keep your Basic account open. It won't cost you anything,
  16. What probably happened, as Clairschen suggests, is that you started working with a prim that someone else made, so it shows them as the creator. You could either go back and re-create every single one of those prims yourself or -- much easier -- just replace one of them with a prim of your own and make it the root prim of the linkset. (For example, if you have made a flexi skirt, replace the waistband -- the root prim -- with a prim of you own.) Then it doesn't make any difference what creator name is on the child prims. The object itself will show your name as the creator.
  17. Void Singer wrote: Rolig beat me to it Yeah, but you added llSetPos and the path cut, which make the bar a lot prettier.
  18. Hi, Nicolle -- Try writing short sentences. Put only one idea in each sentence. Do not use abbreviations. That will make it easier for us to understand what you are saying.
  19. Or, as I suggested in another thread, use an external editor with decent error messages in it. :smileywink:
  20. See http://wiki.secondlife.com/wiki/LlSetScale . You have a variable in your survey (number of people, number who answer "A", whatever....). Just use that variable to change one dimension of the prim that your script is in. You can get fancier, but that's really all there is to the basic idea.
  21. It's hard to figure out exactly what you mean, but I understand that you have lost some inventory items. Try clearing your cache manually ... Sharing the cache folder between multiple viewers is a primary cause of “inventory loss” which many experience, although not the only cause. It also frequently results in crashes or erratic behavior. Clearing your cache manually will “cure” all manner of odd behavior and is the suggested procedure before resorting to more drastic steps like reinstalling the viewer. 1. Open Preferences → Network & Cache 2. Go to the first path “Cache Location” an
  22. You could probably find something in Marketplace, but you might get a faster response if you posted your question in the Wanted section of the Commerce forums here >>> http://community.secondlife.com/t5/Wanted/bd-p/Wanted
  23. As I said, it depends on how your object is set up. If it is linked to the other one (the one on which you want to change the texture), all you need to do is include llSetLinkTexture (linknumber,texturename,side) in the touch_start event in your script. That would apply the texture named texturename to the numbered side of the prim that's labelled linknumber. See (http://wiki.secondlife.com/wiki/LlSetLinkTexture). If the other object is NOT linked to yours, then you need to have your touch_start event send a chat message (use llRegionSayTo) that is heard in a listen event in a script in the ot
  24. You have heard the latest version of a stupid rumor that has been floating around SL for at least as long as I have been here (four and a half years). Let me quote directly from Rhett Linden, who answered this question the other day for educators on the SLED list: "We are not planning to do anything with your accounts or alt accounts. It's in our interest to ensure you have access to your account."
  25. To get a record of the individual items in your order, open Marketplace and click the My Marketplace menu at the top of the page. Select My Account >> Order History from the pulldown menu. If you do not receive items within about 24 hours, you should cut and paste the information about a missing item from that Order History and send it in a IM or notecard to the merchant, along with a polite message requesting redelivery. Most merchants are very kind and willing to redeliver. This happens all the time and they are aware of it. Do be patient, though. Not everyone logs in to SL every day o
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