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Cincia Singh

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  1. Unless you tell us what your graphics card is, in detail, we can't help you.
  2. Actually Linden Labs can't "bring SL up to speed" because it's the user created content that slows computers to low FPS. If you take away the user created content there's no SL because Linden Labs provides pretty much just the land - everything else is made by the residents not Linden Labs (amateurs). You can improve your FPS if you take the time to adjust your viewer preferences and tweak your graphics card settings.
  3. For Sale 1/2 Mainland Region (or smaller parcels) Bordering A Protected Linden Ocean. 1/2 mainland region bordered on one side by a protected Linden ocean sim. A perfect location for your home, business, club or whatever your imagination dreams up. Owners will compensate current parcel renters and shops at the time of purchase, if necessary, and rejoin the parcels into required parcel size for your convenience. To view, TP to: http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Quordlepleen/41/32/24 Contact Cincia Singh or Maebh Jewel to discuss specifics.
  4. All times are SL time 5pm Scooter Fallen 6pm Mitch Triellis 7pm Max Demar and Gina Milano Get your live jazz @ Smooth Jazz Club! http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Quordlepleen/41/32/24
  5. The mainland region Quordlepleen (QDLPLN) is on the Snack RC channel; we have Smooth Jazz Club on 1/2 of QDLPLN. We haven't seen any behavior like you describe. In fact QDLPLN has been running smoothly since we were moved to Snack a couple weeks ago.
  6. If your experience with SL is that it runs poorly you need to be looking at changing your viewer settings and whether your internet connection can support SL reliably. My SL experience gets better and better with each new update and upgrade to the grid.
  7. He's right that it was a solution is search of a problem, but given the privacy and security implications of his "new problem (virtual assistants)" I doubt wide spread acceptance any time soon.
  8. I would suggest sticking to NVidia graphics cards. I would go no older than a GTX500 series card and no lower than a card with a 5 in the second place (e.g. 550, 650, 750). And the more VRAM the card has the better.
  9. 5 people watching the jira between Firestorm and SL viewer. While I understand everyone has their personal preference for what needs to be worked on, and all glitches should eventually get fixed, I would say this glitch is getting appropriate attention.
  10. I filed a support ticket last night about this very issue and the reply said that I should clear group cache. Not surprisingly all of the group IMs we sent at 5-6pm SL time were delivered around 10pm SL time. Shazam!
  11. I checked a table of video cards ranked by performance on the Passmark web site and found that a GT630 scores 738 and a 9600GT scores 750. That's not a typo, the 9600 scored higher than the newer card.
  12. There's no point in more RAM without a 64 bit OS.
  13. ScarlettLa Roux sings live! Scarlett is as Southern as her name & loves a good story, a good song, and a good laugh. Join us and let this talented songstress entertain you and make your evening delightful! Grab the LM and join us for an hour with this lovely singer. http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Quordlepleen/31/30/24
  14. Do you have, or can you point to, documentation of this? I'm not trying to be snarky, I just don't accept explanations without documentation because that's how misinformation gets spread and becomes accepted truth regardless of a lack of basis in fact.
  15. I've never heard that having LOD set above 2 or 2.5 causes video memory issues ... do you have documentation for that? I run with LOD set at 4 all the time (LL and Firestorm viewers) using a GTX 560 Ti with 1GB VRAM and I experience no memory issues. when I run with LOD set lower lots of things don't rez properly.
  16. It's impossible to judge LL's response without knowing what kind of problem your ticket was about.
  17. Concurrency isn't really the most important statistic related to SL continuing. What matters more is profitablility for LL. Pay attention to the economic metrics and you'll see where SL is headed. The reason for this is because having an additional 30K concurrency spending $0 USD doesn't improve LL's bottom line, stresses the servers and provides no incentive for longevity.
  18. The new SL you refer to is years away. That's if LL ever finishes it. I wouldn't hold my breath for a new SL.
  19. I always take what people say in the forums with a VERY LARGE grain of salt. The "zomg LL is teh evol and is causing me severe butt-hurt" crowd are especially entertaining. These people narrowly edge out the "this is the straw that broke my camel's back so I'm taking my dolly and going home never to return" crowd for entertainment value. In both cases I paint these posters as drama-mongers who NEVER go away, they just creat new alts and continue their drama. The other perspective I keep in mind is that the people who post or read the forums and blogs make up a miniscule segment of SL residents. The crowd in the forums and blogs are loud, to be sure, but hardly representative of SL residents as a whole. Many times you'll find the loudest drama llamas stating that they haven't actually logged into SL in a long time. On the other hand, the vast majority of SL residents continue on with their inworld activites blithely ignorant of the continuous stream of announcements from LL and the drama it creates in the forums and blogs. The one constant in life, be it RL or SL, is change. I embrace the change and get on with my hobby known as SL. To stop participating in a hobby because of change or drama is folly and robs the hobbiest of the chance for an even more enjoyable experience. I am personally certain that SL, both my SL and SL in general, will continue for many years to come. I do, however recognize that LL is a business and could shut down at any time, without warning, for a multitude of reasons. Such is the nature of business.
  20. Of course not because ranting endlessly is way more personally satisfying than actually doing what needs ot be done to get their issues fixed.
  21. Rants are good for venting but they don't get things fixed. Have you filed Jira's for these issues?
  22. Sounds like a good plan, Maestro. Relax, take it easy, throw something on the BBQ and have a libation of your choice! Thank you for all you did to make SL work this week; it was an especially difficult and trying week for the grid! The effort put forth by you and your colleagues is greatly appreciated! Happy Memorial Day!
  23. Ohhh ... you mean "fitted mesh". Actually fitted mesh works great for most clothes but if someone is using a viewer version that doesn't support it then the rendering is crazy funny!
  24. Mitch Triellis takes over the Smooth stage at 6pm crooning classic tunes, ballads, jazz, big band, and lounge favorites. Each song Mitch delivers comes to you with that signature "Mitch flair" that endears us to his music. Live and direct from South America to your favorite jazz club ... Smooth Jazz Club! Join us! http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Quordlepleen/30/30/24
  25. At 6pm SL time TerryToon is taking the Smooth stage to sing for us. TerryToon has been singing in RL for over 20 years and now brings his talents to us in SL. This seasoned entertainer will be singing to us from his great classic songbook. Grab your sweetheart and your friends and slide into Smooth for a jazzy and exciting hour with this talented performer. Smooth is an elegant ballroom and lounge with great music and plenty of dancing. http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Quordlepleen/30/30/24
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