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Lucretia Brandenburg

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  1. You are cordially invited to the Grand Opening of A Dark Fairytale at Lochinvar Featuring the Vocal Artistry of the Incomparable ZDiva Sorbet at 3PM SLT followed by the amazing storytelling talents of Shandon Loring at 4PM SLT Which path will you take, what will you discover as you explore A Dark Fairytale at Lochinvar? A stunning sim, artfully designed, Lochinvar offers the intrepid explorer fairytales in which you create your own happily ever after … or not. A quaint village with fanciful gachas, a stunning church, a castle off in the distance, and much more.
  2. Contacting the store owner is the only recourse. When offered an item you purchased, if you do not click the button to accept it, the item does not go into your inventory. This happens a lot, just politely write to the merchant (check their picks to see if they prefer IM or notecard) and explain how you accidentally declined the item. Go to your transaction history and copy the transaction ID, the name of the item, and the price and provide this information to the seller. This is based on the assumption that a store does not have a redelivery terminal. If there is such a terminal, go there and
  3. It looks like you solved the problem yourself and are no longer being stalked and spied on. No reason really to do anything more, except be more cautious next time about accepting gifts.
  4. You can contact the deisgners you think have been ripped off. If they have been, it is up to them to pursue it or not. However, there are creators who sell full permission templates and sculpts, meshes, and textures for just about anything anyone can make in S, skins, hair, eyes, and clothes included. Some designers use the same purchased templates and textures, etc. as others. You have no way of knowing whether these are stolen or not.
  5. Wooja wrote: LaskyaClaren wrote: I have no better an idea than you what happened. But if the university's Office for Sexual Harassment Prevention DID investigate, and found that a professor engaged in " unwelcome and inappropriate sexual advances," then they at least should have acted. The "social media communications and text messages" the student allegedly sent the Professor in the days after the incident, which the university might have been provided access to and which might have indicated that advances might not only be welcomed, but encouraged, might have had something
  6. Looking at that person's profile, it's obvious he's involved with WW2 role playing, as Lindal suggested. On that basis, it seems doubtful he's done anything that warrants reporting him.
  7. What Rolig said ... when that happens to me at multiple sims, I chalk it up to LL doing inventory maintenance on the sly or general SL wonkiness and relax - these issues don't last forever.
  8. We had a party with 32 avatars, PLENTY of room, 7488 meters. The size of the parcel really doesn't matter so much as the type of sim it's on and how many avatars can be on the sim at one time. My mainland sim allows 40 avatars at a time, homestead sims allow 20 at a time, full private regions usually are set for about 70, OS sims hold 10. So really, you can have a tiny bit of land and cram them in like sardines if you want, so long as the sim will support that number.
  9. If you want to remove the dot for photos, temporarily turning voice off is an option, as long as you remember to enable it again. Otherwise, you can play around with a basic, free online photo editing program (if you don't want to invest the time in a more complicated program) and edit out the dot so it doesn't show in your finished photos.
  10. It sounds like the dot that appears over an avatar's head when voice is enabled. If you voice in open chat, does it turn green? If so, that is what the dot is. Try disabling voice and see if the dot goes away.
  11. Amethyst Jetaime wrote: Lucretia Brandenburg wrote: Amethyst Jetaime wrote: I too don't think it is a difficult issue at all. Copybotters are liars and thieves period, no matter how they justify it in their heads. They are the lowest form of pixels there are because unlike someone that steals food to feed their family, there is no moral justification for what they do. It disgusts me that you think they deserve a balanced article and now makes me wonder what you are about since you won't give a straight answer as to what magazine you are going to publish the article in. Its a simpl
  12. Know as in am friends with or know well? Nope. I have met a few, usually through IMs, and seen some blog posts, and interviews, and manifestos over the years. I knew a couple of people who had purchased expensive skins after trying on the demos, only to find serious flaws with the skins and they ripped the skins and edited them to correct the flaws, for their own personal use, after contacting the skin creators and asking for the flaws to be either corrected or refunds given, and getting what they described as "snobby" and "rude" replies.
  13. There are content thieves who take great pride in what they do and don't hide it; they speak about it openly (albeit through an alt). They're very arrogant about it and contemptous enough of others that they have no problem with coming forward and saying what they do.
  14. Amethyst Jetaime wrote: I too don't think it is a difficult issue at all. Copybotters are liars and thieves period, no matter how they justify it in their heads. They are the lowest form of pixels there are because unlike someone that steals food to feed their family, there is no moral justification for what they do. It disgusts me that you think they deserve a balanced article and now makes me wonder what you are about since you won't give a straight answer as to what magazine you are going to publish the article in. Its a simple question that deserves an answer and a professional jour
  15. My impression was that the OP meant coping with copybotters is a difficult issue, not copybotting itself. As for her writing credentials, this is from her profile: Editor: SL Fierce , Editor AvCON Feature Writer: Maniera -RL and SL, Moolto, OI Magazine, Unforgettable, InWorld Blogger for: Eshi Otawara, Violator, Resun, 7 Deadly Skins
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