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Good day, I would like to start off saying that I hope I've placed this issue in the right area. I've been a Second Life user for several years and I haven't had this type of issue. I am using an up to date version of Firestorm. I have my own piece of land and the music was working fine. I know how to change the stream in About This Land > Sound and just place a music URL. All of a sudden when I either change the stream or turn my music on (no matter how many times I click the music off and on) I get the Linden Oaks Behavioral Health commercial. Once the commercial plays in it's entirety the stream I've placed in the URL space will play like 15 seconds and then cut off. Once the music cuts off and I'm just "Second Life'ing" on my land after an estimated time of 20 to 30 minutes the LOBH commercial comes on and then once it's done NO music play at all most of the times. What makes this situation odd is, when I tp to other locations for the most part the sim's music plays fine. This is very annoying and I'm hoping I can get some help. Also what is really pissing me off(I hope that's not inappropriate) the facility has two locations near my town which looks suspicious to me. Here is the site: https://www.eehealth.org/depression-orland-park/. I now feel like I have been spammed or hacked. I've ran Malwarebytes and Avast all is clear. What am I missing? The only thing that I can think of to maybe place the blame is one day a couple weeks ago I was playing with settings for the skin. I wanted a different look than Firestorm's default skins (I like change for somethings). I quickly relied that some skins come with their own set of settings. Once I saw that my own settings had been overwritten by the change, I sadly went back to FS default skins and restored my back up settings. The music have been acting funny since. I have definitely check my setting to see what I've missed. Those of us who us FS can agree that the setting for sound and music is not complicated at all. Do anyone have any answers or direction? Thank you in advance Teetefa Evanier
I'm returning to Second Life after a break (nearly 10 yrs!) with renewed curiosity. I am struggling to find my feet so I'd appreciate any guidance you can offer. There isn't anyone around anymore who I knew before. I ran a project a few years ago and was gifted some land. I don't know how to manage the allocation or my group anymore. Can anyone help me? Here are some blog posts about the project and my time in SL - https://pcmcreative.wordpress.com/category/second-life/ I can't wait to hear about your adventures and I hope to meet new people.
Gracious, we're doing one of these posts. I recently find myself without an official SL job due to the last place I was working at has closed. A little about me - I've been in SL for roughly 10(ish) years, although Nora has only been rezzed in since early 2011. I have a lot of little side gigs that I do and always enjoy the extra practice to hone my skills. I create dancers, gestures, and similar sound objects. I also love photography, both posed and otherwise, although only recently have I been using my Flickr account again. I love landscaping and terraforming, and have years of experience in that, as well as sim management, community roleplay management, tier management, etc. I've done my dip in wedding planning, event planning, and similar decor-related things. I cannot, for the life of me, figure out Blender or meshing, although I hope to take more time to focus on that soon, as I'd really love to build houses. I truly love dealing with people and assisting in whatever way that I can. I take rules and guidelines seriously, and pride myself on professionalism. I'd love to stay somewhere in the real estate type of thing, but beggars can't be choosers. If you have any connections or know of anyone searching for a workaholic, I'm your girl! **I am NOT looking for a job related to "adult" shenanigans, and would like to avoid the club scene or anything that requires me to prance around in my panties. It's getting a bit too chilly for that