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Rolig Loon

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  1. Usted no está solo. Muy pocas personas, como el apellido de "Residente". No hay nada que podamos hacer al respecto, sin embargo. Todos los nuevos nombres son así ahora. Se puede crear un nombre para mostrar (como una especie de apodo) que mucha gente verá en lugar de su nombre de usuario, pero su nombre de usuario (con el "Residente") siempre será su nombre oficial - la que se conecte con la que los comerciantes utilizan para identificarlo como un cliente.
  2. I didn't see your original question, but I just went back and looked at it. There are a few other possibilities worth considering. I see that Nalates has already suggested rebooting your modem and router. That often helps to stabilize a flaky Internet connection, and can resolve some DNS problems (which you mentioned in your earlier note). The most common reason for teleport problems, of course, is carrying too many scripted items. LL has taken measures to cure the "Mono bug" that used to cause great headaches for people trying to TP with hundreds of scripted items, but it still an issue.
  3. That's because it doesn't make sense. And the rules keep changing all the time as LL tries to stay ahead of people who try to game the system for their own advantage in Search listings. I'm not a megamerchant, so I pay little attention to the traffic formula of the month, like most people in SL. If you want to stir passions with your question, you might pose it in one of the Commerce forums.
  4. I find myself reusing a quote that someone threw into the mix here a week or so ago. From Mr. Miyagi : "Best defense, not be there." SL is a big place. Unless your tormentor is following you around, just find another place to enjoy SL. If you truly can't avoid being around this person, so "not be there" is not an option, just ignore him. There's nothing that deflates a bully more than being ignored. Remember, he can be annoying but there's no way he can hurt you. Sooner or later he'll find someone who is more fun to annoy. Meanwhile, keep your own nose clean. Whatever you do, do not r
  5. 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” and click the “Open” button behind the path. This will open a file explorer window displaying your current cache location. 3. Logout (close the v
  6. I guessed that much, which is why I posted the link to LL's Intellectual Property policy. I cannot answer her specific question, however, because I am not sure what she means by mentioning the new avatars. Those avatars that are in the Library >> Clothing folder are all LL creations, so LL (or their employees) hold the IP rights. If she is interested in modifying them for resale as her work, she'll have to deal directly with LL. We can't tell her whether it's OK or not.
  7. I'm sorry that I cannot understand your question. However, perhaps you can find the answer by reading LL's official policy on Intellectual Property >>> http://wiki.secondlife.com/wiki/Linden_Lab_Official:Intellectual_Property . If you would like to add more information to your question, just click on the Options link in its upper right corner and select EDIT. BTW, whether an object is "full perm" refers only to whether you have the creator's permission to copy, mody, and share the item with another person. The creator always retains intellectual property rights, regardless of wha
  8. Or, if you really want to stay with V2, try these instructions, from the top of the page down >>> http://wiki.phoenixviewer.com/doku.php?id=fs_bake_fail . They work for any viewer, so if you have this problem again, you'll know what to do. :smileywink:
  9. Quel code? Vous pouvez ajouter des informations importantes à votre question en cliquant sur ​​le lien Options dans son coin supérieur droit et en sélectionnant EDIT.
  10. C'est malheureux. Si vous n'aviez pas vidé la corbeille, il aurait été facile de récupérer ces éléments, mais maintenant ils sont partis pour toujours.
  11. When your avatar is a fluffy white cloud, a floating egg, or wearing yesterday's mismatched clothes, the problem is always the same. You have a connection issue. Somewhere between your computer and SL's servers, information is being lost. Take a very close look at http://wiki.phoenixviewer.com/doku.php?id=fs_bake_fail . Work from top to bottom through the recommendations until you find the one that clears up your avatar.
  12. She should not need to reform her avatar. It's the dress that needs adjusting. I strongly agree with Ceera's advice. Prim clothing in SL is like most clothing in RL. It's not one-size-fits all. We are all different shapes and sizes, so it is unreasonable to expect that designers can make a single garment that will fit each of us the same way. The best we can do is design for an "average" shape. Just as in RL, women need to learn how to dress themselves and, if necessary, how to rehem skirts and let out waistbands. Even after four years of selling clothing in SL, I am surprised and embarr
  13. Duplicate post. Original was answered at http://community.secondlife.com/t5/Technical/DNS-could-not-resolve-host-name/qaq-p/1047713
  14. LL explains it this way: "If DNS can't be resolved, it's somewhat like dialing a forwarding phone number that recently existed but the phones were disconnected — perhaps at the other end, or something in between happened. " Basically, it means that your viewer and SL's servers have temporarily lost the ability to talk to each other because there are squirrels on the line. Unless there's a problem with the servers (Always check http://status.secondlifegrid.net/ first), it's probably something on your end. So.... (1) Try shutting off your computer, unplugging the router and modem for a coupl
  15. Take a good look at Nyll's very good explanation in this thread >>> http://community.secondlife.com/t5/Viewers/DRIVERS-DRIVERS-I-NEEd-HELP-WITH-DRIVERS/qaq-p/1040533 . Follow her instructions and you should be OK in no time. If you need to add information to your question or update it in any wway, click the Options link in its upper right corner and select EDIT.
  16. Before you panic, see if it helps to just reboot your router and modem. Unplug both of them for a fe minutes and then plug them back in again. That will force them to re-establish a clean IP number, which may be all it takes.
  17. The only way to know what was just added to an object's inventory is to have a list of everything that was there before something new was added. Then, when a new item is added, look to see what is there now that wasn't on the list before. Something like.... changed (integer change) //A change has occurred....{ if(change & CHANGED_INVENTORY) // If it was a change in the inventory .... { integer i; for (i=0;i<llGetInventoryNumber(INVENTORY_ALL);++i) //Look at every item in inventory .... { string temp = llGetInventoryName(INVENTORY_ALL,i); // ...
  18. It's not quite as easy as that. You need to be aware of your frame of reference whenever you work with rotations. Changing a rotation in the regional reference frame will have a very different effect from changing it in a local reference frame, relative to some other object or relative to an attachment point on your avatar. This is probably the most complicated aspect of scripting in LSL. To start learning, read http://wiki.secondlife.com/wiki/Rotation .
  19. If you look at the Grid log ( http://status.secondlifegrid.net/ ), you'll see that LL has been working all day to resolve problems with the Billing system. They were finally resolved at 5:52 SLT this evening, so you and everyone else who has been having problems today should find that things are working fine again.
  20. Landowners can choose to eject anyone for any reason.... or for no reason at all. It's pretty much the same way it is in your own home in RL. It's polite for them to explain why you've been ejected, but they don't have to, and they don't have to listen to your pleas to get back in either. So... no recourse and no promise of getting back into the venue. It's probably time to move on.
  21. On the mainland, billing is based on peak usage for the prior 30 days. As stated on the Land Use Fees page: Once the peak usage has been billed, your peak usage is reset to the current amount of land you own or have donated to a group. All land owned or donated during the prior 30 days is counted regardless of the amount of time for which it was held. Account fees, which are separate from mainland billing, are based on the user's signup date and are paid in advance. Read further at http://community.secondlife.com/t5/English-Knowledge-Base/Billing/ta-p/700037
  22. If you were trying to enter Second Life with an address like that, it's possible that your browser (Firefox?) doesn't recognize your viewer, so it doesn't know how to redirect that URL. If you're using Firefox as your browser, you ought to be able to click on the Tools menu at the top of your screen and then click Options >> Applications. Scroll down until you see Secondlife in the "Content Type" list, then open the little dropdown menu in the "Action" column and select Use Other ... . Navigate to the place where your viewer's exe file is saved on your hard drive (possibly in a folder
  23. Nope. Linking is not required. llGiveInventory is very straightforward. When you write key OtherPrim = "A real UUID goes here instead of these words"; llGiveInventory(OtherPrim,"My Object"); it will give the object named "My Object" that is in its own inventory to the object whose UUID is OtherPrim. As Darkie said, the original will remain in inventory unless "My Object" is no-copy. If you want to be sure that it actually disappears from inventory and shows up only in the OtherPrim, you need to write something like key OtherPrim = "A real UUID goes here instead of these words";integer p
  24. No, it really doesn't help much at all. As it is, the script starts automatically. It sets a timer, which makes the object that it is in switch from FULLBRIGHT on to off every 2.0 seconds. Would you rather turn the timer on with a chat command? If so, put the llListen handle in the state_entry event and then put your on/off swtich in a listen event, like this ... float delay = 2.0; //set the delay in seconds.integer On = FALSE;default{ state_entry() { llListen(23,"","",""); } listen(integer channel, string name, key id, string msg) { if (msg == "Start")
  25. It's not clear what you need a llListen handle for, since you don't have a listen event that would hear any chat. The only problem with your script so far, though, is that you have mismatched brackets. Try float delay = 2.0; //set the delay in seconds.integer On = FALSE;default{ state_entry() { llSetTimerEvent(delay); } timer() { On = !On; llSetPrimitiveParams([PRIM_FULLBRIGHT,ALL_SIDES,On]); }} If you want to listen for something, put your llListen handle somewhere where it will be activated before you need to listen (probably in the state_entry
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