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  1. I'm away for a few weeks and everything changes.
  2. ChadUnfroyd wrote: It is difficult to test for something when obfuscating euphemisms have to be circumnavigated. There is actually no such thing as "race" - other than the human race - but political correctness demands that references to skin colour, religion, sex, shape or size of ass, nose or eyelids and other differentiating factors that have become stereotypically associated with cultural (or otherwise) groups are aggregated in a nonsensical taxonomical classification. I will stick to being stupidist, even if it means being called racist, sexist or discriminatory, the last of which used
  3. Phil Deakins wrote: Amethyst explained it all really well. Take notice especially of the need to abandon your Linden home before you buy a plot of land, or you will be charged for the extra plot in the first month. The extra 10% for group-owned land is good, but not easy to achieve with small parcels. E.g. if you abandon your Linden Home and buy land for the group, as Amethyst suggested, you can have a plot of 512 + 51 (= 563) - 1126 for 2 premium avatars combined - but where are you going to find such a plot. It's easy if you start with a bigger plot - paying tier, of course - and cut it
  4. Naomi78 wrote: i have read it, but nothing wiser. my quesrion is, where can i buy the mesh, not the appliers If by "it" you mean the blog I linked for you, then you should have seen the extensive list of reviews, each of which has a map link to each product's inworld store.
  5. Stock answer: First take a look at the Mesh Body Addicts blog It won't answer every question, but it'll show you the kind of things available and where to get them. From there you can start experimenting. Three words: demo, demo, demo. Play around. See how the different body parts look to you. Learn how things fit together. Are the clothes and skins you like available for that body? Does your AO make it look weird? Don't rush into buying and don't believe anyone who says you *need* a mesh body.
  6. entity0x wrote: I still use the classic avatar shape at least, mostly classic textures as clothing. Firstly, I don't like the freakish proportions the mesh bodies are at, secondly would have to rely on products made specifically for them (I want standards in SL, not monopolies) and thirdly the appearance of my avatar is least important to me. The few mesh clothings I have purchased always were a bit off, making me look frumpy or out of proportion as well. I'm pretty much at the standard height as well, which is still a bit bigger than I would like, but if I go to 6 feet or under, the av
  7. Syo Emerald wrote: I'll make it short: ... Heh
  8. Syo Emerald wrote: RoyBlakeley wrote: My avatar is a werewolf because I think they look cool. However, is it likely that someone will assume I use that avatar for some kinky reason? If your avatar is anything else, but a flying toaster, someone some time will assume you are into kinky stuff. Some types of avatars (like demons) provoke those ideas more than others, more neutral ones. Some people with werewolf avatars are into stuff like that, others aren't. I wouldn't worry too much about it. What makes you think there isn't someone into flying toasters? 
  9. Phil Deakins wrote: CipherSplash wrote: Is it ok to get demo items at the market, in say 10 quantities for free and contiue to use it every time it expires (After 2 mins) or is that against the rules? Just want to know before I do it, since I don't want to be accused of anything bad. You haven't been back to this thread, so I assume you won't be back but, in case you are, I want to comment on what entity0x wrote:- entity0x wrote: In the end, you know if you're cheating or not I like that thinking. My opinion is that, if you have an inner feeling that you shouldn't be doing
  10. Something I might not have been clear about in my previous post: a script to detect the online/offline status of your account doesn't have to be (and usually isn't) on your avatar. It's something the person doing the checking would keep ownership of. Furthermore, if they had it in an object rezzed in-world, they wouldn't even need to be in SL for it to check and report to them (scripts can run on a timer and send emails). So if you're worried you're wearing a 'bug' that tells your stalker when you log in, you probably aren't. Scripts that do other nefarious stuff to your avatar *usually* need
  11. lolgirl001 wrote: Ok, so someone put a collar on me and before I knew what I was getting into, it was too late. I saw on my chat saying locked collar and now anything in main chat will be seen to who collard me. I did ask him to take the collar off but he wouldn't do it. So I took it off and also made sure the rlv in preferences wasn't checked off for enable and it wasn't. Even with the collar taken off and rlv not checked off he is still controlling me. Sometimes when I try to walk, I can't, I just freeze. I try to find an object to click on so I can sit and then I can walk again.
  12. Pamela Galli wrote: The polite thing is always to list whatever it is you have tried, so people do not have to play 20 Questions to eliminate options. Rule of thumb: respect people's time. And if possible, explain where you found the image. If it's from a blog, someone here might know the author. If you took it yourself but the location has gone, someone might remember something about it. A Google image search didn't help me, but presumably you have an idea where it came from?
  13. ℜαυ# ℜυ.ℬlσσdℜσ#e# Ƿσ#ηƬє Ðυ#αc The characters I replaced with a # do not appear to be supported by SL when I copy and paste your name into chat. It looks like the system truncated your name when it found an unsupported character. Generally I do the same when I see a name I can't parse, unless it's part of the language the name is derived from (then I copy and paste it, if I need to use it).
  14. agentronin wrote: This hair is not visible. Inventory shows it is hair that is worn, but does not say where. It remains worn when other hair is worn on the skull. Although it is not visible I want it gone because I do not need it, and it was not there before. I checked in my Library. It is 'system hair', which is now often referred to as a 'bald cap' or 'eyebrow shaper'. All avatars wear one and only one at all times*. Once they were used to deform your avatar's head into a lumpy, unrealistic hairstyle. They still function as a way to tweak the position and expression of your eyebrows.
  15. Find an area with ban-lines and trampoline on the 'roof'. Put on a freebie fashion show with friends.
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