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Leal Choche

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  1. ((This is a three part suggestion...Part one, Get Kinect. Part Two, Get SL on the Big Screen TV. Part 3, go 3D)) Here is an interesting video from an earlier post on Kinect in Jan 2011 Getting plugged in with kinect is when SL hits the big screen TV.... This is a needed feature to complement all the users who attend music events that dance to the music. Consider thse two scenerios: NO KINECT - Presently, one attends a LIVE music (which btw, is an awesome experience listening to someone play live and interacting with those in attendance...it really does make for an immersive live experience,
  2. ((This is a three part suggestion...Part one, Get Kinect. Part Two, Get SL on the Big Screen TV. Part 3, go 3D)) Here is an interesting video from an earlier post on Kinect in Jan 2011 Getting plugged in with kinect is when SL hits the big screen TV.... This is a needed feature to complement all the users who attend music events that dance to the music. Consider this: NO KINECT - Presently, one attends a LIVE music (which btw, is an awesome experience listening to someone play live and interacting with those in attendance...it really does make for an immersive live experience, unlike
  3. [guessing here by experience] The SL viewers are not compiled for more than a single processor. At best one processor is used. Having used duals, quads and now a 2600k, only one processor is ever used by SL. As for graphic cards - having installed a 590 - again only see one processor used, so am thinking this is a basic code/compiled condition of SL. So, not sure but have not seen a boost in frame rate using SLI. If there is a trick, I would like to know it! ok
  4. Spot on? Are you joking or just hopelessly naive? is one of the first things most employers look at when you apply for a job. If youre SL is linked in any way to your facebook an employer wont touch you. if you have a job already allot fo companies will fire you for it. especially if you have a very consienscious employer or you work for a government agency. And yes even if you have a SL facebook profile it can still get linked to your rl one too. and thats exactly what these aps are doing... @Cummere Mayo - Thank you for your reply. (I always appreciate evidence that someone read my po
  5. Second Life was, is and perhaps will always be a work in progress. If I remember correctly, it did not start out with residents doing all the major building, but very early on it was recognized by LL that the residents were, could and did create the major content of Second Life. Yes, because of when it started, newer worlds may be using more recent technology, but it seems that LL is making attempts to upgrade and make it even more scalable. Bugs in software are always annoying, no matter what program they are in. But I have to say that from my limited experience here....the system-wide ou
  6. Profile Notes are one of the most important ways to keep track of the hundreds of people I have met in Second Life. It smooths the awkwardness of needing to ask someone who the heck they are when they contact you out of the blue months later. It's a good place to jot down email addresses and phone numbers, or the last time you talked to an avatar that has been sitting unused at the bottom of your Friends list for months. - Nany Kayo Agreed, yes, spot on!
  7. @MadDog - "Yeesh, relax already. Prozac anyone?" LM*O!!! Yes!
  8. @Kat - My vote too on having an option - or both: Open in Side bar Open in a Browser window (with of course the option to open using the Viewer browser, or ones own web browser) Open in Side bar with a button to then open in browser too.
  9. @Darien - You have definitely found situation where hiding one's profile from search creates an unintended problem. I am not so sure that the term "stupid" is the appropriate way to describe this set of circumstances. I suspect the reason LL provided residents the option to hide from search is to maintain a level of privacy. Actually, in RL, this type of situation also happens quite easily, as when one maintains a high privacy setting on a web site for a credit relationship....when trying to talk to a representative, they cannot help because the privacy setting prevents the company's own
  10. Looking good....hmmm....now the toga is a few thousand years old, and the log cabin a bit more recent. Am waiting for the day for a time when the head turns! Ok...looking forward to a good 2011. Nice post of your explorations. Now if only making a guess...you may have about 14,800 more prims to use on that sim! ok Since it seems you are starting out with NO experience in SL...will be interesting on how your experience guides the ship... Welcome!
  11. (sorta on/off topic here....) Regarding Version 2.5.0 and the Second Life Viewer numbering policy - http://wiki.secondlife.com/wiki/Version_numbering According to the policy...the "5" of version 2.5 seems proper since it is a "minor" revision. However, I make an observation that according to the progress being made, there are only about 5 more of thse "minor" revsions until you run into version 3.xxx? I would think...that that version..."3.xxx" would be better for when the viewer has 3D capabilities..... Maybe the version should be called 2.005.0 <- that way one can get the sense th
  12. "My Profile" <side bar item> Well, this is definitely a beta version......now...the Side Menu has a tab with a Person silhouette for looking at My Profile...but when that tab is selected...the Side Menu slides out..and except for ones pic....no information except a button that says "Profile." Hmmmmm...thought I just clicked a tab to see My Profile. Ok...click the button and a screen filling web page opens up. The logic is getting a bit confusing.... My guess is the folks working to make the web pages work, were never quite comfortable with the side bar thingy, so basically the Side
  13. @Cybin - Ahhh...good point...the Jira software just needs porting... Agreed on inventory dropping (such as Notecards - a really really important way to communicate to bypass the limitatins of IMs..)
  14. "Logging in to your Favorite Locations" - very nice. I see that there is mention when selecting this option that 'anyone on this computer may see these'. Suggestion - make these available on a separate page AFTER the Login is selected...that way the resident name and password has been verified, and the resident then gets to select where to end up. This 'extra' page would not be hard to do, would only be available to those who chose to have this option keep these selections private. ok - done!
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