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BlckCobra Shikami

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  1. TY Kelly for the info and clarification. But code complexity should not be an argument for choosing a solution which breaks content and removes functionality. I understand the request for more privacy in Second Life, but affecting the user experience by removing such an important functionality for all others does not really make sense. What will be next? llSensor? llGetObjectDetails? This way it will be made sure scripts can not even detect people in the sim ... Why not remove scripting completely? No more script griefers, reduced code complexity, better sim performance, ... This would be absurd and reduce Second Life to an animated chat. Scripting, building and user interaction are a part of what makes Second Life so special and fascinating. Code complexity can not be the argument to choose a poor solution. Users and LindenLab should work together to find a solution which serves all requirements, which respects the wish for privacy on one hand and enables those who want to to interact with other users and objects as before on the other hand. My 2 Cents, Cobra
  2. I won't repeat what I already stated in the jira the post refers to, but I find it extremely odd that a vital function like that will be removed because a few people want to hide in a game which lives from the interaction between its residents. Privacy is surely an important good and should be respected, but removing such a function breaks a bunch of scripted content which makes Second Life so special. People should have the opportunity to hide their status, but not by removing a valuable function for all others. A server side status flag, activated via the profile for example, should allow people to opt out and hide their status. This is also the case for opting in/out for search already. Why not for the online status? All others would be unaffected and have the ability to continue to interact or deliver service bound to the online status of an avatar. One of the first things I learned when interacting on the internet: If you do not want to leave footprints, if you do not want your content to be seen by others, if you do not want to be tracked: Stay off the internet! As I said before: It can be useful to "hide": for example if we work on complex scripts and get IMed all the time ... but hey, our customers deserve our attention and support - so we have to live with fact that they can see if I am online and IM me. It's a part of the service many content creators offer. We can not and will not hide behind an anonymous support system and sit in a hidden, dark corner and create things. Fact is: removing this functionality without thought and also limiting the viewers via the new TPV is the wrong way to go: it will break a bunch of useful content it will remove good and useful services many merchants and service oriented businesses offer it will make Second Life again a bit poorer in regards to interactivity it will serve a few paranopid people only but limit the user experience of many others Please, LindenLab, think twice before you go this way. Read the many useful suggestions/idea experienced residents made and don't castrate Second Life more than you already did (remember user ratings?) My 2 Cents, Cobra
  3. yes, definately a phishing attempt. Do NOT reply! LindenLab will never ask you for your password. This mail is malicious and someone is trying to get your account data to steal your SL account. Cobra
  4. Attention: the following Phishing mail is cycling again. The origin seems to be a mail account in Kasachstan (.kz). The form results are apparently send to a hacked server in switzerland (.ch) Please, note, LindenLab will never ask you for your password. Below is a copy of the mail (text only for safety reasons) -------- copy of mail -------- Dear Second Life user, Due our latest IP Security upgrades we have limited access to sensitive Second Life account features. Protecting the security of your account is our primary concern We understand that this may be an inconvenience. Please understand that this temporary limitation is for your protection. How can I restore my account access? Please download the form attached to this email and open it in a web browser. Once opened, you will be provided with steps to update your account. We appreciate your understanding as we work to ensure account safety. If we detect a sign in with your username from another country we may decide that we want to confirm that it's really you. You must complete all steps otherwise you will not be able to use the online service until we have completed additional security checks. We apologize for any inconvenience Copyright 2011 Linden Research, Inc. Linden Lab 945 Battery St. San Francisco, CA 94111 Restore Your Account.html Second Life Restore your account NOTE: This form requires Javascript. You either have Javascript disabled or you are using an old browser which does not support Javascript. Please enable Javascript or open this form in a browser which supports Javascript.. Please fill in all the fields. Second Life Username Second Life Password Your Full Name Your Date of Birth dd .......... mm ........ yyyy / / Email Address Your Country I agree to restore my account from Second Life. Agree and Submit © 2009 Linden Research, Inc. -------- end copy of mail --------
  5. You have 2 listen handlers in the same script - that will not work (probably not even compile without an error message) If you want to listen to 2 channels at the same time open 2 llListen(...) and in the listen event handler check on which channel it was received to forward it to the appropriate channel. Example: listen(integer channel, ...) { if (chan == 0) llSay(bChan,message) else if chan == iChan) llSay(cChan,message); : }
  6. Usually not. The only thing that may take some time and cause a tiny bit of lag lag is when you clear your inventory cache and relog. Afterwards your inventory needs some time to reload. The more items, the longer it takes. Hope this helps, Cobra
  7. I don't think you can find out if omeone muted you unless they do not respond to your IMs (which does not mean they muted you, maybe they just don't feel like answering you). In some cases people may not get your IMs because they got too many and they got capped. In this case it may be a good idea to send a notecard. Hope this helps, Cobra
  8. I like to use SciTE-LSL a derivat of SciTE-ez. It's very fast because it's light-weight, you can modify/adapt the templates for several languages and ... did I mention it already?: It's fast ... :smileyhappy: Cobra
  9. Hello Mik, sometimes it's a good idea to start the viewer, select "Preferences" from the menu before you log in and clear your SL cache. Close the viewer and start it again and try to login. Sometimes corrupted content in the cache may cause sucha crash on login. Hope this helps, Cobra
  10. Hello Lisbete/Gloria if the automatic limit settings do not fit your requirements you can also file a support ticket with LL support (Second Life Support) under "Billing" / "LindeX Billing and Trading Review Request" to have your account reviewed and a new limit set. Cobra
  11. llGetkey() retrieves the UUID of the object, not the texture ... you may want to use llGetTexture(...). For details please see the LSL wiki at http://wiki.secondlife.com/wiki/LlGetTexture Cobra
  12. Try turning off "Vertex Buffers" in Preferences - Graphics - Advanced. You will eventually need to activate "Custom Settings" before you can access the Advanced settings in that dialog. Eventually also try a Rebake - See Advanced Menu on your SL menu bar (You might need to activate it first by pressing Ctrl-D on your keyboard) Cobra
  13. No, a parcel owner is not able to see IMs between other persons - only public chat. You should anyway be aware that there is no thing like "privacy" on the net. Regarding main account and alt ... usually people tell on themself by a lot of things: typos, typical grammar, selection of words, things they have in their profile etc.
  14. Me too Actually I was logged out very rudely without prior notice (yeah, I know - it was announced in the status blog)... the scripts/notecards I edited during the past hour are off to /dev/nul now ... At least I know what I can do when I can log in again Cobra
  15. Hello Clint, LindenLab is providing a forum for feedback on Beta 2.0 where you can leave your feedback (https://blogs.secondlife.com/community/forums/v2). Additionally you can file bugs and issues to pJIRA (http://jira.secondlife.com) as Irene stated earlier. Make sure you select the proper category (Second Life Viewer) and version when filing issues. Cobra
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