Posted March 10
Thanks. I'll do that.
New install on Linux Mint 19, Tricia
Logs in fine, acting normal, but the boxes from the WORLD menu item are coming up blank. I can't enter in text to search on, and the destinations are showing blank.
Firestorm does not have this problem, so it's an official viewer problem.
in General Discussion Forum
Posted February 10, 2017
Be a cat?
Curl up in a sunny spot 22.75 hours a day to sleep. Spend 45 minute grooming your face, 15 minutes eating, 15 minutes pooping and peeing.
Ignore all humanoid avatars, attack all canids, birds and small mammals.
See, it's easy
in Building and Texturing Forum
Posted March 26, 2016
For texture editing - for system clothing, skin, prim and mesh textures - the GIMP ( www.gimp.org )
For messing with mesh - Blender
Both are free and powerful.
Tutorials are all over the web and YouTube ... just search for second life tutorian and whatever it is you want to do.
Posted February 1, 2016
What is the business?
Is it something that a scattered RL customer base is likely to need AND can they use your services from where they are?
Answer those and you can get more help.
Posted November 3, 2015
I have one of those skins. I use it for trying on clothing because even avatars get embarrassed when visitors land in the house.
I don't remember if it was a commercial PG skin or if I altered one of Eloh Eliot's freebies by deleting the naughty pixels, but it has all the sexiness of a commercial mannequin.
Posted October 29, 2015
No, the marketplace does record 0L transactions.
Posted October 27, 2015
Check your maturity levels?
ok I won't use SKRILL.
Posted October 24, 2015
I have occasionally used Google's translator to make the initial contact with a non-English speaking person.
Keep the sentences short, keep the sequence of events very clear, and the words very simple.
And make lots of pictures of where you are having your problems.
Posted October 19, 2015
You just ran smack into the "make versus buy" equation. It may make economic sense for me to buy your full perm L350 item for me to customize as part of something I'm making because I lack the time or talent to make something you are good at ... happens ALL the time in manufacturing. Buying an off-the-shelf bit of software or hardware
However, it makes no sense for me to sell my product at L$350 just to make you happy, because what I'm selling is NOT competing with your sales. My selling them for L350 puts NO more lindens in your pocket than my selling them at L35, or my giving them away.
Did it increase your sales? Or did it just stop modified versions of your stuff from being sold at low prices and making you unhappy?
If I'm looking for parts to "kit bash", I'll skip any vendor with price demands on my use of their product.
Posted October 7, 2015
Wow ... she's really good.
BUT: why can;'t we get mesh that flows and drapes like that instead of stiff forms?
Posted October 5, 2015
Why would a bank bother to create a SL "branch" when they can do online banking on the Internet? Redundant and wasteful use of resources.
Why would a bank's customer connect to the Internet, load SL, log onto SL, teleport to the bank's location and do some transactions when they can connect to the Internet, click a bookmark in the browser anbd get right to the bank's on-line presence? With a secure connection!
Posted September 30, 2015
I like the wooden one best.
Posted September 9, 2015
Make sure is hasn't accidentally chyanged to "1" in the quantity field.
Posted August 24, 2015
If the review is for a problem I can fix - such as a product that changed perms for mysterious reasons - I fix it and send a fixed product.
If it's because the description was accidentally misleading (I think I fixed them all, but who knows) - I offer a refund if they give the product back.
If it's of the "your produks suk" variety, I ignore it.
Posted August 10, 2015
If the creator sells them "full perm" (copy mod transfer) it's assumed you will be buying them to use on something for other people.
A few texture sellers have a "Personal use only" notioce ... don't buy from them.
Just don't buy my textures and resell them as textures. Use them on a sofa or a bikini or something.
And if you want the Torley Textures ... I have the vendor in my texture shed for anyone who wants one.
Posted August 1, 2015
Does this migration abandon all the unused craptastical stuff from long-dead acocunts that was hauled along from the original Marketplace when Magic Boxen were deprecated?
OMG!!!! It WORKED!
All 285 listings showed up, correctly priced and titled, and seem to be linked to the correct "related items".
And have stayed that way for a coupl of days.
Posted July 22, 2015
I have freebies and sell mostly inexpensive decor photo-prims and textures. One of the freebies - a modification of someone else's freebie - has over 10,000 deliveries. My two runners-up have close to 5,000 each.
I can't say how much traffic they bring. I've had a consistent preoportion of sales to freebies for the last three years. It's about 3 sales for every freebie delivered, where the freebie was not in with something purchased - I have no way of tracking that.
Posted July 13, 2015
If they download them and then upload again, they will be shown as the creator and the ID numbers will be different.
However, check their in-world and marketplace stores and see if they are reselling your stuff. And remember they might also be the alt of the person who is doing the selling, so check their friends.
Posted July 7, 2015
There are also the Torley Linden collections - I have one or two of them on my parcel as freebies.
I probably have every free texture Yadni's junkyard provided.
Posted April 24, 2015
What led you to "understand" this?
Posted March 29, 2015
I've used siteground.com for several clients, and HE.NET (although they are geared towards BIG sites)
You don't want the hassle of securing your own server - let the pros do it.
Posted March 24, 2015
I write a lot of reviews on freebies ... if it's truly horrid, I explain why it's not worth the space it takes in my inventory, and if it has places to improve, I'll mention them.
But I never write the "this sux" review. If it sux, I explain why.