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Abigail Longmeadow

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  1. This is a resident blog, the Lindens seldom post anything. We are fellow residents, and we can not change your account. If you bought mainland for a premium account, your tier will go up to cover the size of the virtual land you bought. Your monthly tier fee is always based on the largest amount of land you held during the past month, even if you only held it for one second. There is no refund. If you get rid of some of the land, you can reduce your tier fees next month. You have to update your Tier on your dashboard web site and save the changes: https://secondlife.com/my/account/landfees.
  2. There have been great changes in how the viewer works over the last year. If you are using an old viewer, completely delete it (this is called a "Clean Install") and then download and install an up to date viewer. See the Second Life Knowlege Base: https://community.secondlife.com/t5/English-Knowledge-Base/How-to-uninstall-and-reinstall-Second-Life/ta-p/1375231
  3. You can transfer any money from one account to another. You can transfer any items that have the "Transfer" permission set by the creator. If an item is set "No Transfer" then you can not transfer it, even if you actually control both accounts.
  4. Here are some bilder's issues. This assumes you own the water parcel and have full building rights: You can't rez anything by dragging it from your inventory onto the surface of the water. You have two options to rez things: Swim down to the sea floor and drag things from your inventory onto the sea floor. After it rezes, use building/edit controls to move the object up to the surface. Create a prim building platform (non-phantom and non-physical) at the hight you want, then drag things from your inventory onto the building platform to rez them. You can also walk on this platform. When you
  5. I use this page: http://status.secondlifegrid.net/ which re-directs to: https://community.secondlife.com/t5/Status-Grid/bg-p/status-blog It says the login problems have been resolved.
  6. It depends. Linden homes (the free Linden house premium accounts can request) are starter homes. They are fixed in size and can not be expanded. You can abandon a Linden home and use the free 512m2 of tier allowance given to premium accounts to support other mainland. Note that if you buy or hold more than 512m2 of mainland, you will have to pay additional monthly tier fees. Talking about regular mainland (not Linden homes), you can buy any size that you can afford. Keep in mind both the purchase price, and the monthly tier fee if the land is larger than 512m2. Regular mainland parcels share
  7. If you have a premium account, there is no monthly payment for 512 m2 or less of mainland. Each premium account includes 512 m2 of tier free every month (assuming you are not already using your free tier to pay for a Linden home). If you want more than 512 m2 of mainland, you must either pay every month for the additional tier you need, or get several premium accounts and contibute their tier to a group you own and control. The group then owns the land. Group ownership of land is complicated, but gives you a 10% bonus of extra free tier. Yes you are right that premium accounts on the annual p
  8. No, I do not believe there is a built in video recorder, but this can be done with different 3rd party software. Here are some references: http://wiki.secondlife.com/wiki/Machinima http://wiki.secondlife.com/wiki/Movie_Recording P.S. I would be interested to know what works well on a PC if someone has experience.
  9. There are many reasons a payment can fail. The most common is using a card type that Linden Lab does not accept. The $1 charge is a test to see if the card works right, the $1 should be refunded to you fairly soon. See: https://community.secondlife.com/t5/English-Knowledge-Base/Billing/ta-p/700037 P.S. We are residents on this forum, not Linden Lab employees. For billing questions, you can call Linden Lab. See: https://support.secondlife.com/billing-support/
  10. Apple no longer supports Quick Time on Windows computers. It is best to remove Quick Time from all Windows computers because of security concerns. The current version of the Second Life viewer (both the official viewer and up-to-date 3rd party viewers) still support Flash, but you have to download the PPAPI version of the Flash plug-in (the plug-in made for "Chromium"). Flash is still being supported and updated by Adobe. Some old style in-world TVs will no longer work without Quick Time, but new style TVs work fine with most videos. Flash videos will work if you have the up-to-date Flash PP
  11. Flying is disabled in some regions and by some land owners. Find a location that allows flying. World menu, Parcel Details, Options tab (the About Land window, which you can also get by right clicking on the land) will show what is allowed and what is not.
  12. Linden Lab does not become involved in most resident to resident disputes: https://community.secondlife.com/t5/English-Knowledge-Base/Transactions-and-disputes-between-Residents/ta-p/799395 Rand Linden posted this on the Knowledge Base: People sometimes seek help with questions such as the following: •I rented a land parcel from another Resident and they are taking it back from me, even though I paid the fees or rent. •Another Resident is not upholding their agreement regarding real estate, group management, performance of services, or division of revenue. •I paid for something, but didn
  13. When you wear a mesh body or mesh clothing, you usually wear an alpha to hide the classic avatar body and/or any system clothes. It sounds like you took off the mesh but are still wearing the alpha. Look in your inventory under "Current Outfit" or else right click on your avatar and go to Appearance - Edit Outfit. Look for any alphas and identify if you need to wear them or not. If not detach them. I just found out that some mesh bodies come with automatic alpha. The HUD does not always work correctly when you take off clothing (it sometimes does not remove the alpha). See: https://community.
  14. Try turning off Hardware Skinning. This may be the old bug that affects certain ATI/AMD video drivers when viewing some types of mesh. If it is that bug, turning off Hardware Skinning will fix it, but may reduce your frame rate. Preferences -> Graphics -> General subtab -> disable Hardware Skinning
  15. In Second Life, 'Sitting' means more than just playing a sitting animation. If they are really sitting, then they are attached to the thing they are sitting on and so can not be moved (by hits or bumps).
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