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  1. Or, maybe since most of these houses are being snapped up by long term residents they are seeding it with the sort of people who don't mind a new person duckwalking accidentally into their back yard every now and then. They might strike up a conversation and offer to even help them or point them to someone who can. So when those new premium members get a Linden Home to start with they'll be met with friendly faces and hellos instead of teleports and get off my lawns. Seems to me like the first thing a lot of newbies do is strip off their clothing in a public place and comment about how th
  2. As long as the objects don't actually BLOCK the road the Lindens generally won't stop people from building over a road. It would be nice if it actually looked decent though.
  3. Keep in mind unless you have something that actually proves the person intentionally gave it the wrong perms or had some sort of premeditated plan to swindle you it's not an abuse issue.... at least not according to Linden Lab. They consider those resident to resident disputes and won't get involved in mediating them. Your best bet is to talk politely to the merchant and discuss what happened. Most people are reasonable if aproached in a reasonable way. If they are approached with accusations of fraud or rudeness they are just as likely to ignore you.
  4. All you can do is report them. So the question realy is, how can I get a Linden to do something? What you need to do is be clear on exactly what part of the TOS the person is breaking and point the Linden directly to it. It has to be something they can verify and act on. Second, you have to be realistic in your expectations. They aren't going to permanently ban someone for a minor infraction. Third, since you are reporting harassment you have to show a history of problems where you have done nothing to aggravate the situation (by muting and ignoring the person) yet they continue. You do tha
  5. The problem is that Covenants are by estate, not by region. Any covenant that is entered will be for the entire estate, not just a single region in the estate. Since mainland is essentially one big monstrously huge estate, they can't have a covenant apply to one specific area there. They can do it for things like the Linden Homes areas because while they are technically mainland they are a separate estate from the normal mainland. If there were a covenant for mainland it would essentially say something to the effect of "Linden Lab reserves the right to change any region or part of a region
  6. When the problem is the account name itself is a violation I don't see what alternative they have BUT to hold the account. So it's not over the top, it's a logical response to a unique problem. Even if they suspect the person isn't *really* trying to impersonate anyone the fact is other people could do the same thing who are. Common sense would say they have to treat all instances of people making names that a reasonable person could confuse as Linden equally. Nobody is going to mistake a slutty police woman for an actual cop. If she was dressed head to toe as a real cop and walking around in
  7. Saying "I'm not a Linden" in your profile isn't a perfect CYA solution either. If you have to put that in your profile all that really does is prove you realize full well it can be misconstrued that you are a Linden and you picked the name on purpose to try and be cheeky. What happens when someone else does the same thing only they goal really is to take advantage of people's confusion? Is LL going to ignore it because they put a 'disclaimer' somewhere buried in their profile somewhere? No, they aren't. But they can't shut one person down and give another a free pass either. Lesson? Don't make
  8. Probably. Lindens take any misuse (or perceived misuse) of the Linden name very seriously. Wasn't her signature something to the effect of "I'm only a Linden in Viewer 2" or something like that? Not smart. Some things you can't joke about because they will take you seriously. You don't say "bomb!" in an airport even as a joke unless you want to spend the next few hours in a very small room with very unamused people.
  9. Whatever your opinion of 2.x or 1.23 the fact is they aren't developing for 1.23 anymore, so as soon as they have something in the server code that requires a updated client (mesh?) 1.23 and all the viewers based on it's code will go the way of the dinosaur overnight.
  10. It will most likely be sooner than later. It's been almost a year now since 2.0 was launched. MY advice is to swallow the pill and force yourself to get used to Viewer 2 now. I know it doesn't do some things as well as 1.23 but that's not the point. Sometime soon 1.23 is not going to work any more and no amount of kicking, screaming, holding your breath until you turn blue, "we will not go quietly into the night" speeches, or threats to leave SL forever is going to change that.
  11. It would also be nice if locking your car doors guaranteed no one could steal your car. Unfortunately that's not the case. Locks only work on honest people, just like alt detectors. NO alt detection system can keep griefers out. Not even LL can keep them from being able to make a new account and logging in if they really want to. Any way you think you can identify an alt I guarantee you a griefer has a way around it... and most griefers already know them all.
  12. The only way to know for sure is if you can go to their house and actually watch them log into both accounts. Anyone who tries to sell you something that claims it can detect alts with any reliability is full of crap and just wants your money. Let it go. Everyone has at least one alt and the search for 'secret alts' will consume you if you let it. Besides, it's really none of your business if someone has an alt or not.
  13. "For this and other reasons, I'm about to dump my mailand holdings and go back to a basic account, IF I even stay here." That won't get you real support. That will actually get you no support. Spend $5000? Now THAT will get you some support. It's sad, but true. I don't know what to tell you. Only their billing dept can really help you. You can try calling during SF working hours after the new year. Then you might get bumped to someone at LL who can fix the problem instead of making the rounds in the call center merry-go-round.
  14. If Linden Lab believes the person using an account may likely be underage then it doesn't matter if that account or their alts were previously verified or not. Teens can lie and use false ID, but are usually stupid enough to admit to someone they are underage and get caught that way. So being verified doesn't protect you from being held if something else has given them cause to believe your age is anything other than what you claimed it to be. If they've held the account then they obviously have that already and are probably waiting to see what you do about it. Making a new account would pro
  15. Yes. It is possible. But there are lots of ways you can screw yourself up and make mistakes that can cause you to get charged. First, understand the difference between donating land and donating land tier. They are related but not appreciating the difference can lead to confusion and unnecessary charges. Second, learn exactly how land use fees are calculated and charged. Third, read up on group land and the implications of giving land you bought to a group. Land is not something I recommend stumbling through by trial and error, because you will end up making errors that will cost you $. The
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