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  1. I am sure I set some sort of rule to the items that they could not be resold or transferred further. I would have to log back in to see what settings I actually specified though.
  2. Hello. When you select update on the radio it queries the server with the radio model and version number. The server checks the details it received against what is listed as the current version in the server notecard. If the version in the server notecard is newer than the radio that sent the query then it sends the radio owner the latest version of the radio stored in it the server contents. I had a version in alpha that just updated the script in the radio but I never seemed to get the time to finish it.
  3. Good question. I am sure I had some notes about that somewhere. I will try to dig it out.
  4. Some time ago (2007) I developed a radio script for Second Life that I sold in my own store. When I closed the store in 2010 (since reopened) I decided to give away the script for reuse by any resident and it was posted in the old forums. To make it easier to find I am now posting it again here, although slightly updated to fix an glitch caused by recent (June 2017) changes to the llHTTPRequest command. I don't ask for any L$ in return but if you use it, and especially sell it, please credit me. Thanks. Below is the radio script, a copy of the notecard, a copy of the server script
  5. Some time ago (2007) I developed a radio script for Second Life that I sold in my own store. When I closed the store in 2010 (since reopened) I decided to give away the script for reuse by any resident and it was posted in the old forums. To make it easier to find I am now posting it again here, although slightly updated to fix an glitch caused by recent (June 2017) changes to the llHTTPRequest command. I don't ask for any L$ in return but if you use it, and especially sell it, please credit me. Thanks. Below is the radio script, a copy of the notecard, a copy of the server script
  6. There have been some recent LSL scripting changes regarding the llHTTPRequest command and my old script now gives errors. The fixed script is as follows. // BAS PmP // last modified 22 July 2017 // previous minor revision 28 february 2016 // previous major revision 17 May 2010 // if instructions are renamed make change in this script also!! string version = "165A"; // Version number of this item string gName = "channels"; // name of the notecard that holds the channel list integer gLine = 0; // current line number, set to 0 so it starts at the beginning key gQueryID; // id used to iden
  7. Oops, silly me for not posting that information. But, this morning I go back to check and change the script and it is working fine. Weird. So yes it did look right because it was. I cannot explain it as I even restarted my viewer and replaced the item to make sure it was reset last night. So, thank you all for your help. :-)
  8. Sorry to post this but I took a long break from SL and my skills with LSL seem to have vanished. My own script had the following command with the nPlayingURL being the stream URL. llHTTPRequest(nPlayingURL+"/7.html HTTP/1.1\nUser-Agent:Mozilla\n\n",[],""); I thought that the following would work as it was very close to Fox's code, but it doesn't. If somebody could point me in the right direction I would be super grateful. llHTTPRequest(nPlayingURL + "/7.html", [HTTP_USER_AGENT, "BAS_PMP (Mozilla Compatible)"],"");
  9. I worked hard on my avi and I was a holdout for a long while before I went full mesh with only the hair being adopted as a 'must have'. I still love my original avi and load her up every now and again.
  10. If anybody is still looking for this I decided to reopen my store in SL and start working on an updated version. The latest code is below. This works as it should but it is still a work in progress. // BAS PmP// last modified 28 February 2016// previous major revision 17 May 2010// if instructions are renamed make change in this script also!!string version = "1.64c"; // Version number of this itemstring gName = "channels"; // name of the notecard that holds the channel listinteger gLine = 0; // current line number, set to 0 so it starts at the beginningkey gQueryID; // id used to identify d
  11. Wow, people are still looking at my old script? :womansurprised: I've been away from SL for quite some time but I popped back a couple of weeks ago and for some reason decided to check out the forums today. I'll try to get back in-world over the coming week (or two) and give my code a once over to see if it is still working as I intended and get it back out there for people to make use of.
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