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  1. Solar Legion

    Don't make to much money!

    They made an exception for you - that is all.
  2. Solar Legion

    Fixing the "Wear" Mechanic.

    And your point is... What exactly? It functions as intended - as has been explained to you already. The only issue is in labeling. Second Life was - from the beginning - intentionally designed using a mindset that differs from MMOs and the like. Don't like it? Tough. Second Life may be classified as a game in places and may - by simple technicality - be able to be defined as such but make no mistake, it was not designed to be such. Deal with it and learn the nomenclature.
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    Disable looking through walls

    The specific use case was stated a bit ago and from phrasing precludes visitors.
  4. Solar Legion

    Disable looking through walls

    Estate level access set to a specific group. Area user wants further restricted made its own parcel. Parcel user wants further restricted - in this case a very specific set of avatars - then add said specific avatars to the parcel ban list. Set now further restricted parcel so that only those actually on parcel can see/interact with users on said parcel. No need for an orb. Their use case was revealed/outlined in an earlier post (wanting to restrict sim access to a group and further wanting to restrict specific members of said group from having parcel access/being able to see what is going on at a specific location in said sim) and the above covers what they were asking about. The orb would only act as a restriction methods for those not explicitly banned from the segregated parcel - in short it would only activate for everyone else, not the "children". I have a similar enough setup for my Den parcel in Second Life, the differences being it's a stratified parcel (various areas at different altitudes) with an Access List (not a Ban List), Group Only occasionally set (if need be) and specific areas further restricted by use of an orb. The difference with Toolinator's stated use case is that I do not have an entire sim, only a small section. The steps above are essentially a modification of my own setup, taking the added controls/abilities/permissions into account.
  5. Solar Legion

    Disable looking through walls

    If set up as outlined earlier ... The orb's a bit overkill.
  6. Solar Legion

    Disable looking through walls

    Congrats on affording an entire sim. Want to stop them from camming in? You'll have to explicitly ban them from your parcel on said island. Much of this thread would not presently exist if you'd stated some of this much earlier. To recap for you: Yes, you can prevent the general userbase from accessing the sim by setting the entire estate - at estate level - to a group. Once this is done you then need to set a separate parcel for your own home on the sim. Got that individual parcel made? Good. Set it so only those on the parcel can see/interact with others on it. Once you have that done, add your "children" to that parcel's ban list. The above steps will keep the general userbase off of your sim and prevent your "children" from being able to see what you are up to. What it will not do is keep them from moving their camera into the structure and seeing any furniture/posters/etc that are present. It will only prevent them from seeing or otherwise interacting with others on that parcel and will prevent their "physical" access.
  7. Solar Legion

    Disable looking through walls

    See the edit above.
  8. Solar Legion

    Disable looking through walls

    In one form or another, this information was already covered and the limitations also covered. Though perhaps having it spelled out as such will cut through whatever is preventing it from being absorbed.
  9. Solar Legion

    Disable looking through walls

    ... Ok, I am seriously starting to wonder a few things here ... You have had Access Lists and Estate controls explained to you in this thread. Your question was already answered - several times now.
  10. Solar Legion

    Disable looking through walls

    Oh for ... No, they cannot enter from the Void. Sim itself set to Group Only access? Group members can teleport in while flying from any location outside of the sim and still retain flight - as long as they do not land.
  11. Solar Legion

    Disable looking through walls

    All Second Life clients can circumvent No Fly, some TPVs simply found a way to separate that ability/flag from general Linden Admin access mode/requests (the older method for doing so involved using an option in the Advanced/Developer menu system that - when activated - gave access to No Flay circumvention and allowed general users the ability to see a few things they normally couldn't).
  12. Solar Legion

    Disable looking through walls

    ... No. Your group members can simply fly elsewhere before teleporting into the sim (no, you cannot prevent them from doing this) and as mentioned earlier, general purpose ban lines do not prevent access in the whole vertical portion of the parcel. Anyone within the group that has sim level access can circumvent your proposed method.
  13. Solar Legion

    Disable looking through walls

    Oh for cripe sake .... The user was already told about sim wide access lists, had the effectiveness explained concerning the use cases they brought up and they asked a few more, specific questions.
  14. Solar Legion

    Disable looking through walls

    .... Keep up, pay attention. If you're paying Linden Lab directly, you have full Estate level access and can set a group to have access to the sim itself. This does not prevent those in the group from being arses.
  15. Solar Legion

    Disable looking through walls

    No Fly is ineffective period. That was the question being answered there - you can teleport in while flying and still be flying - among other circumvention methods. That is what was being asked, that is what was answered.
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