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Rich Reynaud

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  1. Have you tried to teleport to the region thta appears to be offline? Don't trust the map (or your eyes). Many times a region will appear offline after a restart when in fact it is already back up. I can be standing on the edge of one sim looking into the void of a sim that appears offline, while I have someone in IM telling me they're standing on the supposedly offline sim. A quick teleport to the "offline" sim will make it reappear. Note: This isn't always the case, just more often than not.
  2. Second Life now supports standard prims up to 64m in size. All you need is one of the newer generation viewers that supports it (any viewer released within the last 3 - 4 months?) and you can create your own 64m sized prims.
  3. I tried that without much success. I must have done something wrong. I'll give it another shot. Thank you.
  4. Hello, I'm trying to find a way to pause or sleep a single line within a script while the remainder of the script continues to run. Here's a basic description of the script: 1) Code to play a sound. 2) Code to rotate a prim in one direction. 3) Code to rotate the same prim in the opposite direction 4 seconds later. 4) Code to continue playing remaining sounds in order. I need to be able to pause line three for 4 seconds without pausing line four and everything below it. Is this possible? I haven't been able to locate a function to do this. Regards, Rich
  5. I started with the Razer Barracuda, but eventually switched to the Logitech G930.
  6. This happens to me often, though I've never bothered to do anything about it. Clicking the Cancel button fast enough (when SL decides to GIVE me a Cancel button) stops the teleport to nowhere from happening and prevents my viewer from crashing.
  7. My favorite is Hoorenbeek. The amount of items I have from there borders on the obscene. Lapointe and BastChild is another one that I shop at often, though mostly for formal wear.
  8. Thanks Cerise. That worked too.
  9. Thanks Rolig. I was just reading that thread and tried the various scripts that were mentioned. The problem is that my object is already rotated on another axis and those scripts were causing the object to rotate in an unexpected manner. In reading another post on rotation I found an easy way to do it. I simply multiplied by negative one to reverse the direction: llLookAt(llGetPos()+llWind(ZERO_VECTOR)*-1,1,1); I appreciate your response though. Regards, Rich
  10. Hello, LSL newbie here, though I have some experience with other languages. I have an object that points in the direction that the wind is blowing TO by using the following line: llLookAt(llGetPos()+llWind(ZERO_VECTOR),1,1); I actually need to point the object in the direction that the wind is blowing FROM. Can anyone assist? Regards, Rich
  11. @Deltango, Change the debug setting SidebarCameraMovement to True and it will allow your huds to remain visible when the sidebar opens. This actually reverts back to the former action of the sidebar in viewer 2.
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