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Kayleigh McMillan

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  1. MilanJones Resident I am unsure if she takes customers at the moment. Also I have obtained one of her regular heads and I was not that impressed. The textures are not as good as her Flickr suggested on the head Julia I bought at the cosmetic fair 2015. Here is her Flickr Also she claims to make original mesh but I doubt that as she has no payment info in file I thought that was needed in order to upload mesh. Edited for Flickr Link
  2. Wow, thank you so much! Yes, my ISP is Ziggo so this makes complete sense. I am happy to report the problems are over now. Thank you so much again! ~Kay
  3. Same problems since a few days and mesh not rezzing for a longer time. in fact it is so laggy I can't play Second Life at the moment. I was searching for known issues when I came to this forum. My full region is very laggy when I am there alone. Texture won't rezz and mesh often neither, I can barely walk or type and my screen turns black in almost crashing if I attempt to do something. No techie but I live in Europe - The Netherlands
  4. Yes, I agree! Somehow my gut feeling tells me LL wanted to let us know this exactly the way they did :-) Especially because the media in our country knew it around the same time as it was told to the "selected few". While SL isn't a hot topic here at all.
  5. I've seen the full interview and it comfirmed a feeling I already had. I do not feel either, as Jessica (Firestorm Dev.) said also, "Second Life 2" is to become a success because I firmly believe creating a new world should be done with us who live Second Life at least via constructive feedback sessions. This is also why I think it should indeed become open source at a given point. It is not at all easy to stand in the shoes of someone who does experience Second Life and what people want from it to the finest level we meet in our day to day use of the platform. I think it is important to
  6. I think it is good news we can keep our virtual identity and L$ and these worlds will run parallelle to eachother so we can indeed decide where we like to spend our energy. I think energy and all the efforts we have put in Second Life to me is indeed something which makes this all difficult. Many people have put immense efforts and energy in the grid over the years and as such we have invested, not per se money wise only, in a platform many of us love and are emotionally attached to. Our stuff, creations, homes, social networks, groups, communities, events and so on and so forth. If I spea
  7. Thank you so kindly for your reply :-) I very much understand we need to move forwards! It is a little scary but I will be brave
  8. I agree with you that SL needs to innovate with today's standards. A smooth working platform which is perfect today is one part of it but I also think the residents, friends, (shopping) events, groups, niches within, perhaps a more poorly performing SL, should not be underestimated. Without such strong networks Second Life was nothing with an outdated interface or not I feel. This is why I think Second Life doesn't easily find serious compettion because so much enthousiastic efforts over the years went into your platform this part isn't copyable. Therefore I think Second Life will always m
  9. I think Qie is right. One cares more for their land others for their inventory and many for both if the future of these essensials are unsure and if this will be bridged at all, so the transition will be smoothly and joyful only, it may be so people panic about this. I'd hate it if with two platforms we get a divided community and people who bail out completely due to lack of information and security about what is important for them. If I speak for myself I know I need to take a week to sleep this over to see what I need to do with my current properties and future in Second Life. It is jus
  10. I don't know a new world with better functionality sounds good ofcourse why having things worse if it can be better after all. I predict I will indeed hasitate from now on to obtain virtual products with often a real price, in the "old Second Life" without the quarantee we can keep the belongings and more importantly our memories. Even though it are L$ we spend it easily counts up in a real bill. I always felt merchants needed all the support they could get so I gladly obtained beautiful creations and had fun doing so. So from a customer point of view the merchants may have a valid fear t
  11. Sighs I guess I have to put everything offline because this is not acceptable.
  12. Eventhough not a pretty sight (I use Adblocker to just not see it) I don't believe SL is at it's end. Perhaps they made or needed to make a poor choice but that is something else. I think it would help more to lower the tiers so more people can maintain the monthly land costs eventhough there is global crisis. It seems to me this would generate more income from tiers for LL in the end.
  13. I'm not so happy with this. I have breedables which gain love 24/7 to be able to breed. I have obtained a full region of LL to have breedables as well as do other stuff. It would be a true devaluation if this becomes true.
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