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Richard Rexie

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  1. Thats perfect! :matte-motes-wink: So i suppose the problem was related to using the llSetLinkPrimitiveParamsFast() command to move the child object. But thanks you a lot! You made my day :matte-motes-big-grin-wink:
  2. Good morning everyone :matte-motes-smile:, Today while scripting I've stumbled into a kind of a problem (at least for me), about converting a region position into a local. I have PRIM_ 1 and PRIM_2, both unlinked, about which I save both of their own region position into PRIM_2 which will be rezzed as a linked object later. My goal would be to be able to have PRIM_2 rezzed as child prim, at the same distance, related to PRIM_1, as it was when unlinked. What I've tried to do was the following : //I save this when both of them are unlinked vector DISTANCE = prim_1_pos - prim_2_pos; //Once the PRIM_2 is rezzed as a child linked object I try to move it in its position llSetLinkPrimitiveParamsFast(LINK_THIS,[PRIM_POSITION,(llGetRootPosition()-DISTANCE)]); The whole probem is that PRIM_2, now a child prim, doesnt move at the same exact position as it was when the DISTANCE was saved, but even worse, and that is what I really don't understand completely, is that if I get the PRIM_1 position with llGetRootPosition() before PRIM_2 becomes a child and after, it gives me two different region coordinates, even if PRIM_1 has not be moved at all. I do really hope someone experienced the same thing and there is a workaround, or this beign a mistake of mine.
  3. Thank you I will try to contact the email support
  4. I would be glady to know if the following issue is happening to someone else. Today I tried to buy Lindens because my account was in debt of 79 lindens; so i thought "Ehi it's time to get money in sl!". So i tried to buy them via paypal as always, and the message was : We were unable to fulfill your Linden Dollar order.Your payment either failed or took too long to complete. If your payment completes, the amount will be placed on your USD account balance. This balance will be used automatically the next time you attempt a purchase. I tried this 5 times and it didn't worked. So I checked my paypal's funding sources and they were okay with enought money. I even tried to insert my credit card information on SL website but it still doesn't recognize it, even if it is a normal credit card on the mastercard circuit. So i would like to know if those are temporary problems of linden labs with their billing service or if it is just a problem of mine. For me it's not possible to contact the billing team by phone, cuz I live in Italy and an international call to UK would cost too much :matte-motes-big-grin-wink:
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