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Holocluck Henly

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  1. I was blocked on 3 sides in a marina there. Also not an hour ago I was flying east from an undeveloped SSP sim into a region over homes. I was suddenly bounced WEST to a far sim on the continent! Didn't know an orb could do that but it sure didn't give me the 2 seconds or less needed to pass their stupid property. Hoping the orbs are set with a minimum of time. What would be best is if they were set only to warn if the user lingers over the property beyond 3-4 seconds. That should certainly cover avatar or vehicles flying overhead or cutting a corner.
  2. ~ BOLLYWOOD PARTY WITH CARTER DENJA! ~ Put on your silks & Saris and join Hearts & Souls team at the Starship Diner for a memorable set of Bollywood and Indian favorites! All tips benefit Relay For Life. Help us stamp out cancer! http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Hydrangea/69/192/73
  3. I cannot find anything like this on the marketplace with any applicable key words. I know a couple of places in SL which use such a script but the creator moved all their scripts to the marketplace, the marketplace changed, and there's nothing from them. I reckon they haven't been back to SL for a very long time. This is what it does: Put objects (copiable virtual drink items) and script into prim. When the prim is clicked, the person selects a drink. The script sends one to everyone with a message of whom it is from. I'll assume it's sending to everyone within a radius on a parcel? Couldn't say. I'd like something like that for a place of mine. Not looking to profit from its use, just a casual hangout. Thanks for any leads. Holocluck
  4. I saved the weekend. It ended Monday night in a movie theatre <seasonpass> No TV and miraculously didn't miss a thing </seasonpass>
  5. ** Coming up at 12:30pm today Sunday ** Electro-Swing by DJ Holocluck at Shotgun Row Gallery Café in New Toulouse. 1910-30 style apparel welcome but not mandatory Come get your swing on! http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/New%20Toulouse/225/184/23
  6. ** Happening now! ** Vintage & faux vintage Jazz by DJ Holocluck at Shotgun Row Gallery Café in New Toulouse. 1910-30s style attire welcome but not mandatory http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/New%20Toulouse/225/184/23
  7. It's time to party in Nova Albion! Come to the haunted house on Nova Pier, where DJ Holocluck is playing spooky holoday tunes! http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Sistiana/234/103/25
  8. At Noon SLT RFL ADvocacy presents *NO SPEAK ENGLISH* with DJ Holocluck Henly at Madhu's Café! 2 hours of world pop! Come fight the fight & dance to some great tunes! http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Witchwoods/151/144/30
  9. Thanks Chic. Never would have thought about Corel. I'll check it out. Moviola is what film editors used before video. Depending on the model you can run multiple strips of film and multiple strips of soundtrack. You'd make notes on the exact frames to cut and splice together for either type. I'm very oldschool. I majored in character animation in the 70s and experimented with super8mm and 16mm film.
  10. I have an old PC with VISTA, 32bit 4gb RAM, can get away with software requiring 3ghz. I'm not here though to be critiqued over my hardware :) but to give some background and look for advice on an ideal video editor as Windows Movie Maker falls far short of my needs. I have FRAPS and I filmed about 80 clips from which maybe half will be used for a machinima. Looking at what's out there ACS4you seems to be easy to handle and not such a resource hog. Also seems to save in higher quality without jumping through too many hoops. What I'm looking for is: 1. something which easily allows one to copy or cut film from the timeline place it 2. something which works like a moviola in which I can see multiple clips and intercut them (for instance 2 clips with the same animation and there's no interruption to the movement). Oh and cheap. Not looking to spend hundreds of dollars. I got ahold of an older Adobe Premiere but it's too heavy handed and generated errors during export. Thanks for your suggestions
  11. Jolie Femme had exactly what I needed. These are great! Thanks so much for sharing. I may still check out the other places
  12. Yes, in a MMORPG game I play I tried to cam out of habit. Not usually but a couple of times I copped a move from one of the MOCAP dances I own.
  13. I'm looking for eyes whose cornea don't fill up so much of the space. I also don't want them too small that they're beady. I've seen different sizes at a place my friend recommended but am looking for something with less reflection and less shading on the white of the eye. Do other eye makers offer different cornea sizes as well? Thanks!
  14. Thanks all. How ironic. I saw Carter - Madhu had a simple display over a full blown receiver and that's why I'm here. Just wished I knew how to make it display null if my stream is off.
  15. All I want is to have hovertext of the parcel's current song and artist. I don't want a radio tuner, which is everywhere I look. I don't even need a station name. Just "Now Playing" and the two lines. I pored through parameters on wiki sites and don't see any for just displaying that info. Is it harder than it sounds? Thanks!
  16. Patrick, keep in mind that you get most of the fee back in Lindens with a weekly allowance - excuse me: <word no one ever uses>stipend </word no one ever uses>
  17. For those who write about what they don't know because they enjoy their own drivel: There's no crime in someone riding a plane across mainland as long as they don't invade someone's privacy and ride through their living rooms. There's a big difference between that and an unmanned vehicle hoarding protected routes and pummeling people with sales every few minutes. Bless Cubey Terra for offering several types of rides and no solicits during a ride and a vehicle which derezzes shortly after takeoff if it is not boarded. He doesn't have to hit anybody on the head with hardsell just because they want to ride a plane to Nova Albion or Bay City. It helps to have most of a sim width for a runway. This gives residents time to catch the plane while leave very little of it around after take-off. Likewise when I've ridden them in the past to Nova Albion, I'd often bail out with a parachute; the plane would immediately derez without a passenger. Builders exercising ethical practices and consideration to the rest of SL residents do wonders for the morale of of Second Life and deserve more business IMHO. Let Cubey's reputation speak for itself. Captain Jack, until recently they didn't go to the Northern Continent (which refers to Heterocera Atoll), but with the new route going west to Bay City, if you stay on the plane through Hau Koda it will continue and take the Northern Passage to leave you at Calleta. Or so I've heard. I want to try it since my own boating and hoverboarding haven't worked out with some of those crossings.
  18. I just wished those new regions in the northern passage were more stable that I could complete a trip. The new southern passage I've traveled several times with only a couple of hairy moments but no crashes. --||-
  19. Great. Let me know if search gives you trouble, I made sure I bookmarked several areas of their sims this time.
  20. UPDATE Found it. WUNDERBAR! prefabs and furniture. They've changed a little but it's them. These Victorian homes deserve more recognition. They're relatively lower prims for the details and no alpha clashing. I'm just glad they're still here. It will help me with decisions down the line.
  21. It was 2-1/2 to 3 years ago. Second Life has long usurped those textures and landmarks. This was how I found the place: There was an elegant cape cod style house and I contacted the creator, who said it was available for free as it was an old model (didn't know people did that). I went to their prefab sim and found even better stuff: The sim was high up in the sky and there were warning signs to remain on the path as you'd fall through if you walked on the grass. There were two treehouses, but they were fully realized cottages in trees. You walked up steps to a front porch / deck, then through the trunk or large branch to the house proper. The wood textures were beautiful vintage, rich with tone. The houses were I think victorian and cornish. very nice. Other parts of that sim included a highway or rail tresle, bridges also for sale. The center of the sim had a shop to buy textures. I bought a couple but they're gone thanks to Linden Lab (I swear these people owe me at least a month's tier in lost LMs builds uploads and purchases). Marketplace doesnt have them either. I want to get one of the treehouses. I have had leads but they all went cold. I've seen two almost treehouses but they werent the same rich craftsmanship and texturing and were missing the front deck level. The person who owners the cape cod house is long gone from that spot. If any of this rings a bell, please let me know? Thanks!
  22. Heterocera Atoll rocks! Sure we have dried grass and coral shores, but... We have the roads! We have the rails! We have the views along the west coast! We have TMA in Nessus! We have great places to explore in the northmost point including the Silver King Grill in Ranunculus Don't forget The Starship Diner in Hydrangea (I stock a full food replicator) The Tudor Village to the southwest in Lebeda Tenera, former home of the mentors Hobo Village and the railyards of neat train builds are in Calleta Start your ride north in Pyri to travel up that highest point on Mainland I can live with the dried grass in my altitude. We have serious homesteaders giving the continent character
  23. Pauline Darkfury wrote: The neighbour who was legitimately but deliberately interfering with the use of the scenic sphere is a bad neighbour, There is only one wrong person in this: the one trying to get something for nothing at the cost of their neighbors. The legitimate owner of that space is fighting back. Their cube is on THEIR property. Regardless of the contents in the sphere, the 512er is using their neighbor's prim resources and space as well as lagging the region with a supersize megaprim (which is against usage policy. LL turns a blind eye to megaprims CONDITIONALLY)
  24. Well it's not just one place, but here: http://slurl.com/secondlife/cyclops is a region north of purple. Now there are regions west of this, a layer of water regions along the northern color coastline. Below Fuchisia you'll see there is now added northern coastline to Suburbs (Shermerville NW and Blumfield) which become part of the Gulf of Lauren. Also, they're careful to avoid the cornfield.
  25. Hoverboarded from my place in north Atoll to Hau Koda in about 40 minutes with occasional stopping to check the maps and remount after hitting a banline. Friend and I estimate once the route is familiar it could take half an hour. The travel includes passing the Fuchisia infohub. Without sealife or terraforming, the regions look invisible on a map. There were no crashes but each crossover on the new water regions involved heavy drift, but recovered each time.
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