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BlckCobra Shikami

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  1. Group L$ are distributed once a day. You can not trigger it manually or set a time. It's an automated process. For more info, please see here: Linden Lab Official:How are group dividends calculated? and here: SL Wiki: Groups Cobra
  2. Like Burk already pointed out, move the items you don't have any use for anymore into "storage boxes" to make your inventory more "leightweight". If the items you want to get rid of are transfer you maybe want to do a yard sale. There are also a few people who do yard sales and buy used items. Another option is to sell them on XStreetSL (probably a lot of work to create all the item descriptions). Cobra
  3. Inventory is stored on the assert servers and a local formatting of your harddrive should not affect them. Sometimes the inventory listed in your viewer is not in sync with the assert server (messed up cache). The following page provides a couple of useful hints to recover your inventory and lost items: Inventory Recovery Steps http://wiki.secondlife.com/wiki/Inventory_Recovery_Steps. Good luck, Cobra
  4. You are probably talking about this thread: https://blogs.secondlife.com/message/19807#19807 Older questions & answers can be found by using "search". See the link on right top of this page. Cobra
  5. Try rebaking: Ctrl-Alt-R. If that does not help, make sure you have the latest ATI drivers installed. Prior versions had several issues with SL on Vista. Cobra
  6. Eyebrows can not be taken off. You could try another "bald". But I don't think this will help. From the pictures I'd rather guess it comes from your hair. The further you zoom away the more inaccurate the rendering of prims and other objects (LOD = Level of detail). This sometimes leads to weird effects and things appearing to fit when you zoom in close suddenly don't seem to fit anymore. Try different hair (or unwear it and check) and also try to wear a different "bald". They are mostkly copy/trans and if you don't have different balds most hair or skin designers will be able to help you with one. Cobra
  7. This issue (http://jira.secondlife.com/browse/SVC-4622) persists for a long time and has become better but still persists and can be seen randomly, esp. on regions which suffer from high server side lag. It's good to know that it is resolved and that we can turn to the usual bug slaying mechanism aka "clear cache", "relog", "clear group cache" Honestly, this is a bit rediculous: The standard answers to each problem is: clear cache, relog, file a support ticket (and get a useless answer, if at all) and before I forget ... "rebake". Reminds me of windows: If you encounter an error: reboot or update your drivers . Instead of fixing errors on the software side, volunteers and support are forced to repeat the same "reboot-tips" over and over like a mantra. I still believe in the idea that Second Life has to develop further by adding new features and tricks. But if the base does not work properly it causes more annoyances and users who will never return after their first experience. Especially visual apparence and correctness of info presented on the surface is of the essence for new and "old" users. Flickering skies, incomplete baked avatar textures, textures from the surrounding baked on an avatars skin, not loading shapes (fog avatar), partial invisible avatars render Second Life to a CPU/GPU power consuming text/voice chat and a "scare-off" for new users. Sorry for the harsh words, but "resolved" is not a solution if users still suffer from a problem. Cobra
  8. Very interesting I didn't change anything in my profile when checking my profile when looking for an answer to help. But you are right, your trick works. But it can't be changed back after you ticked it - wonderful software. I bet it was made of recycled prims Cobra
  9. And now we're getting funny: After the last post the "." (or after looking at my profile) appears also on my name. Thanks for the one who changed the blog software
  10. I can't provide an answer, but what I see is that my name als has a "." in between when I am in my blog profile. But it does not appear on postings. It seems to show with people having a quite short first name. Probably a bug in the blog software. Maybe file it to JIRA (http://jira.secondlife.com/) unter web issues. Cobra
  11. Hello Torley, thank you for the above explanation. This clears up some real misunderstandings that arose lately. Even region owners often do not understand what it means if their island is adult flagged and what it means to set a parcel to "Residents who are not age verified adults". This IS actually very confusing: "You can be ADULT verified but NOT AGE verified". It means you are old enough to access adult content, but it's not clear wether you are 25,30,40, ... and for that you may not enter the specifically flagged parcel. I will get me a pink and green dress, put on a silly hat and look for a corner where I can sit and think about that for a while :-) Cobra
  12. Hello Aeronya, you can also use the 'official' menus: Preferences (Ctrl-P), Communication Tab, Section IM Options. (Include IM in Local Chat - Includes the text of IMs in your chat history) Please, also see the Wiki Knowledge Base (Preference Window - Communication) for detailled info. Cobra
  13. Gehe in das Menü "Bearbeiten" - "Einstellungen" (Strg-P) und wähle den Reiter "Kommunikation". (Siehe auch http://wiki.secondlife.com/wiki/Das_Fenster_Einstellungen_(KB) / Abschnitt Kommunikation) Dort aktiviere im Abschnitt "Protokolloptionen" die Einstellung: "IM-Verlauf auf meinem Computer speichern". Danach werden alle IM-Konversationen in einem Logfile/Protokoll aufbewahrt. Du findest die Logfiles je nach Betriebssystem in den folgenden Verzeichnissen (Namen können ggf. ein weing abweichen, je nach Betriebssystem-Variante und Installationsart): Windows XP: C:\Dokumente und Einstellungen\\Anwendungsdaten\SecondLife\ Windows Vista: C:\Users\\AppData\Roaming\SecondLife\ Linux: ~/.secondlife/ (~ ist Dein Home-Verzeichnis)
  14. Wenn der Name der Gruppe nicht bekannt ist, dann hilft manchmal die Suche unter dem Reiter "Alle" recht gut weiter. Hilfreich sind dabei neben verschiedenen Suchstichworten ggf. auch zusammengesetzte Begriffe, die über Anführungszeichen zusammengefaßt werden können. Beispiel: "Deutsche Gruppe".
  15. Grundsätzlich gibt es verschiedene Typen von Regionen/Sims, die sich durch Anzahl der zulässigen Prims und anderer Merkmale unterscheiden. Unterschiede sind u.a. neben der Anzahl Prims, wieviele Regionen auf einem physikalischen Server laufen (4 oder 16) aber auch wieviele Avatare sich auf der Sim gleichzeitig aufhalten können. Auch können je nach Typ, Scripts in der jeweiligen Region in ihrer Anzahl/Performance, beschränkt sein (Erkenntnis darüber ist nicht gesichert, es wurde jedenfalls heftig diskutiert und seit 1.26 sind Messungen im Gange). Unterscheiden muss man 2 grundlegende Typen: Mainland und Private Estates. Mainland Sims werden von LindenLab verwaltet (Governor Linden) und sind in der Regel Full Sims, allerdings mit einer Beschränkung auf 40 gleichzeitig anwesende Avatare. Dagegen sind Private Estates Verwaltungstechnisch in der Hand der jeweiligen Eigentümer (u.a. Zugriff auf gewisse Estate-Funktionen). Hier muss man 3 Typen unterscheiden: Full Sims (15.000 Prims / bis 100 Avatare) Homestead (3.750 Prims / bis 20 Avatare) Openspace (750 Prims / bis 10 Avatare) Voraussetzung für den Besitz einer Openspace Sim ist eine Full Sim, da sie als Landerweiterung gedacht ist (Landschaft) Eine übersichtliche Aufstellung in Deutsch findet sich u.a. hier: http://wiki.secondlife.com/wiki/Private_Regionsarten_%28KB%29
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