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Kae Fox

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  1. Innula, You may be correct about a simple bug fix to change llRequestAgentData, but my simple bug fix would be to add a "Log in as offline" to the home screen of the SL viewer. There would be no [Announce] packet sent out to the grid that a user had logged in. In any scenario, venders need a reliable way to deliver products, notecards and IMs. A user set to offline would undoubtedly have to deal with the fact that they have chosen to appear offline. They would get none of the benefits on being online, as is their choice. Who/What is to differentiate between a valid Vender and a malicious obj
  2. Let me reiterate what i see the majority of posts are saying: 1) Having a "True Offline" mode is accepted by most, if not all residents, including myself, being a business owner and script maker. 2) Disabling script support and showing all second life users as offline without recourse is highly disputed and will cause a wave of problems and loss of user base. From my perspective, the actual underlying problem is that SL's Offline/Stealth mode is broken, and doesnt actually show as offline as it should. Also, a user should expect not to be able to receive offline messages, package deliveries
  3. Greetings, I run a business that informs users of the online status of Second Life users anywhere in the world using a PC Client, Web Notifications, Cellphone Lists and in-world HUD tools. This business has been running for 6 years now. This new policy and removal of script functionality will terminate my business and outrage all of my users. What do my users use the service for? When a loved one comes online, they get a notification and they then log into SL to be with them. Business managers track all their employee shifts and make sure they are online when they should be. Individual
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