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  1. I want a refund! You promised me that "Make Me What I'm Thinking Of" button and it never came. I always have to put in some effort!
  2. Well... If it were just like a Maitreya Lara and all the vertex weighting matched perfectly, any clothing for that would work. Same for if it were like a Slink body or any of the others. My question though, if it's just going to take clothing from any of the others, why would people buy it and not the original? Generally, you would have to offer a creator kit to as many people as possible and hope that SL has the appetite for yet another mesh body. Avastar has nothing to do with it, there is no clothing for Avatar anything as such.
  3. Klytyna wrote: So, if you want that dae file, better start 'Splatting' about your daily activities in excrutiating micro-detail now... I got the kit in the end and didn't have to splat all over Fartbook or any other social media but I accept your comment as probable for the norm.
  4. If LL have refunded someone else but not transferred the L$ back to you then you should file a ticket. They are somewhat obliged to either return the money to you and if they do this, they should remove the item from the recipients inventory. In any case, if you are out of pocket and assuming that someone else has been refunded, they should still remove the item from the recipients inventory. I'm not sure it's what I'd call a scam, just very poor actions by LL, if it's exactly as you describe. Open a support case.
  5. Um, if they create a custom piece for you, they're a "creator". Don't forget to tell them you don't like them when asking them to do the job for you!
  6. OK, my mistake, when you mentioned textured buttons and UUID s, my brain immediately went to texture HUD usage What I understand you are doing is providing a PIN pad HUD. My question here though is where does your tthreat actor reside in this scenario?
  7. No, I won't stop posting because it appears that you simply don't understand the problem that you need to solve. "The problem with textured letter prims (a,b,c,d) is that the texture uuid needs to be mapped to a buttonID which can be worked out if captured in transit. Also a sort of circular roller or object with indented mesh faces have the same problem." Assuming that your text above implies that you're trying to create a texture hud that sends a UUID to an object, then this is an exercise in futility for the reason I have already stated. That being that at each client that renders the texture, the UUID is the filename of the texture in the users texture cache. In otherwords, the trust fail isn't in your lack of trust in SSL but should be in the lack of trust over the client - because the client is absolutely 100% broken in this regard. What you appear to be trying to engineer is equivalent to a method of delivering a piece of information, locked in a secure box, put inside a tank, surrounded by armed guards, only for the delivery to be left hanging half way out of the receipients letter box. If you're not trying to create a texture hud then a little more context of what you're actually trying to do rather than playing on techno snippets that may in fact be irrelevant and pointless, that would help.
  8. kimmy348 wrote: It would be good if someone can help figure out some kind of ingenious way of clicking on buttons without revealing to the clear which button was clicked. The problem with textured letter prims (a,b,c,d) is that the texture uuid needs to be mapped to a buttonID which can be worked out if captured in transit. Also a sort of circular roller or object with indented mesh faces have the same problem. So just encrypt the UUID while sending it via your chosen channel however, you do realise that this is UTTERLY pointless given that anyone who views the texture automatically has the texture appear in their cache with the filename being the UUID and that there are already cache viewers that will render the texture in a nice user friendly way?
  9. Scripts always run on SL servers but what you describe does not need anything that cannot already be done with LSL
  10. Don't overstate the feature set. It doesn't strip just any avatar, only the owner of the pose ball!
  11. Yes, I suspect Callum actually meant GCHQ so just like the rest of the post (in humour) was completely wrong! IF any government organisation says they have deleted your data, they're definitely lying.
  12. Callum Meriman wrote: The GHSC keep them for 90 days, unless a keyword is triggered. Who are GHSC?
  13. Your best assumption is that regardless of what you may read in a TOS, EULA or any other text, just assume that your data is never deleted. If Facebook says it's deleted when both parties do, assume that's not true. It may no longer be visible to you but you can bet that the data is retained. Same for any online data holder.