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Dorientje Woller

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  1. Crash report has been sent to those who concern it the most: Linden Labs.
  2. Ah, please, stop doing what developers are specialized in lately: Blaming the user instead of themselves. Such an easy excuse.
  3. The last month and an half, I got kicked out or crashed out of Second Life the moment I land after a teleport with a nasty result that all huds or items that require a hud for emotions, dances, bodies, hair and what not are broken with no option to restore them or repair them leaving them with only option of redeliver the items that have been touched with this bug or whatever that is. It wouldn't be such an issue, but as creater of body shapes that means that I have stored at least 370 outfits that now have to be updated from huds and/or items that have been broken. Thx in advance
  4. My unsalted opinion: The money that went to create and develop a dead horse from start, called Sansar (aka Blue Mars with another name stamped on it) should have been invested in SL self to improve the performance, to modernize the backbone of the concept (Who does still use pure OpenGL while Vulkan is available). So many money wasted for a gimmick while there is still so much to accomplish in Second Life.
  5. Who is LL to decide which groups to lose anyway ? Most of my groups are from clubs or places where I dj and need those to have access to their stream, tipjars and shoutcast boards. Oh, what about those groups on free accounts where the person question has paid for to join it ?
  6. All fine and well, but when these gacha's are starting to overwhelm my Facebook page, coz I am linked to several groups to send out my dj scheduling in Second Life, I am starting to have an issue with it. - I do suggest you start to study the California Gambling Law (where you are located as company), especially the section of Illegal Gambling Devices. When you put both together, allowing gacha's in SL is a criminal offense. - Secondary, as several European countries have started their hunt down on lootboxes, treasure crates, lockboxes and everything remotely smelling to named items
  7. Oh, why aren't datacenters and service providers not protected against DDoS attacks. There is always something like a DMZ option available to prevent this crap.
  8. I freaking don't laugh with it anymore. I have invested a serious amount of money into the thing I do in SL, shifting my real life social life around to be able to do with that investment what it is meant for, to come to the conclussion that you can't do it and that your social life is wasted thanks to it.
  9. What the reason is doesn't matter so much for me. That I have to cancel the Event that I had planned matters more. When will anybody that runs a virtual world or even a game start to use reduntant servers and systems ?
  10. a. Singularity Viewer is not an option for those that have Bento items, me included. b. The downsampling is a workaround that can be followed, it works, but: - Not every monitor is supporting this feature, aka depends on your connection GPU -> Monitor. - TBH, not adviced as in fact you are overclocking your monitor with the risk that it can go massively wrong. - Fonts and icons on your OS become so small that it starts to hurt the eyes at least. A luck that you can adapt the font size of the viewer. - Impact on performance. To activate downsampling: - Activate the Virtual Superres
  11. Worth to mention that this bug has been reported on April 30th 2015. Don't tell me that even AMD would linger issues with OpenGL that long. Driver issues are very quickly tackled by Radeon Technologies Group (correct name of the brand now) in a fast pace. You can't no longer point the finger to them as it seems they have solved their biggest problem of all aka a weak driver support.
  12. By using SL or one of their official 3rd party viewers doesn't mean that we, customers, have to have a crippled experience based on the fact that we, customers, choose the hardware that we want to use. Refering to the minimal and recommended system requirements, it's clearly stated that AMD graphical cards are fully supported (minus those that are excluded).
  13. Most AMD graphical card owners are aware of the persistant bug aka sparkling line that crosses through the screen when advanced lighting is enabled. See picture below: Now, this bug is visible on all recognized 3rd party viewers I can find in the list of Second Life and no solution is not yet available or in sight. Reverting graphical card to nVidia isn't a solution at all, that is tyrany from some hardware freaks that think they know better. Reverting to older drivers from AMD isn't a solution either as it would dismiss the benefits of the newest AMD drivers. Plus, it isn't an AMD driver iss
  14. Wrong, they are based on a script like the previous sploders in SL, that determined the outcome. With a gumball machine you know you get a gumball or a toy. Worse, that script can be adapted such the outcome is being altered (chance of getting a rare item). Following the definition of the Californian Gambling law, and understanding this, a gatcha device has every feature of an illigal gambling device, no matter what for twist you are willing to give it.
  15. They could do it with the sploders, why shouldn't they be able to act with the Gatcha the same way ?
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