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Ruuh Cassini

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  1. Oh you didn't have to go to the trouble of doing any testing yourself, unless you had the time Thanks anyway. Maybe I should play around with the various settings. Thanks anyway
  2. I think it is a viewer thing. There must be a setting in the viewer which loads pages within draw distance twice, or it is a bug.
  3. Just to give some context: I have two skyboxes located 100m apart from each other. Each skybox contains a shared media prim, which shows half the information needed to do something inworld. So when 2 players go to the respective skyboxes, the shared media prims load the page, and each player sees half the solution. They then have to work together to figure out the answer, and then they have to click on a prim (out of a number of possible prims) inworld, resulting in various forms of feedback depending on if the correct prim was clicked or not. It's kind of like a multiple choice test, but w
  4. Thanks for replying. I am aware of the second load when in edit mode, because on pages that have audio, I hear it twice if in edit mode (once on prim, and once in "edit"). However, my situation is not in edit. I simply have llSetPrimMediaParams in state_entry() event, declared once. The php code on the webpage adds a new record to a database everytime the page is run. That code is not in any kind of loop, yet I always find two records instead of one. The code also does other stuff, but I find two attempts at the other stuff, but often only half of the other stuff gets done for the first of
  5. Hi everyone, I was wondering if anyone had any solutions to a problem I have been facing. I am using llSetPrimMediaParams to load a php web page. The problem is, it seems the page is loaded 2 or 3 times. This doesn't matter for most pages, but for the specific page I am loading it does matter. How do I make the prim load the page once, and only once? (Btw I am not executing the llSetPrimMediaParams line more than once). Your help is much appreciated. :) - Ruuh
  6. It's a shame that he last blogs.secondlife.com seemed so overwhelming that I never checked it on a regular basis. Overwhelming in the sense that there were so many categories, and the education category wasn't a prominent one. Thus I missed out on the call for submitting presentation proposals, the deadline for which was mid Feb. Ah well, maybe next year. Looks interesting though. I'll try to attend.
  7. Thanks. I hadn't noticed. Not being sarcastic btw. :smileyhappy:
  8. Try Puppeteer: https://marketplace.secondlife.com/p/Prim-Puppeteer-Prim-Animation-Kit-Vendor-Edition/176833 It should do what you want, and there is a demo version I think.
  9. I think everyone has missed the obvious here. LL, why don't you just make the Display Name a different colour to the User Name (in the name tag), and make this unchangeable. Problem solved! No need for this looooooong comment thread. I don't understand why people are so concerned about impersonation. There are multiple ways to make certain of who you're talking to. Those who can't make the minute effort to perform one of those actions have no one to blame but themselves if they get duped. I know. Everyone is demanding to be treated like children. I mean, to impersonate someone, you not o
  10. Ruuh, do try to keep up, son. I'm not your son. Is this your way of looking down on someone, trying to make yourself feel better? I would bet my English understanding - as well as my reading comprehension - surpass yours considerably Perhaps your English is better, or perhaps not, but I wonder what your basis for your confidence is, considering the minimal interaction we have had. I sense the genetic fallacy, but do correct me if you have any proof otherwise. My basis for saying people didn't seem to understand English was the fact that they were asking questions that had already been deal
  11. There will always be pretenders Alexis, and then there will be the people who are honest and upfront about who they are. However, you are right, people have to be adult about this and just accept that it is their responsibility to not be naive.
  12. If you can't see why it's creative, that's your issue. When you say it's something that no-one asked for.. again, you didn't survey the entire grid so please don't act like you are the only person that matters. I did't ask for display names, but now that I see it, I think it's great. It does that job of a "permanent group tag" .. without tying to a group. I think some people will appreciate that. The entire organisation doesn't need to be bug fixing, and, I do know what it's like to be affected by a bug... I had to wait for 2 or 3 whole months for the shared media on HUD object bug to be fixed
  13. LOL .. you can't turn it off for everyone. That is a client side preference which you set for YOU, not everyone else. You decide how you want to view other people's names, not how they see yours. Even if you turn username visibility off, they will still see it if they don't have it turned off. It's like how you set the sunlight settings... it doesn't affect anyone else. You might say.. well they might turn it off and then a third party might be able to impersonate a fourth party and fool them... well that is their fault for turning off visibility of usernames when they didn't need to ... and
  14. I don't know why people are complaining. Display names not being unique is NOT a problem. If you watched the video above, you'd realise that the username will always be unique. I think its a great idea. I am doing a language based project, and if names can now be changed to be something more appropriate, in their local language, without needing to get a new account.. that's just wonderful. Keep up the creativity LL. Don't listen to people who say every member of your entire organisation should be bug fixing. I am on viewer 2. Have been for almost a year. And I have gotten used to it. It can
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