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I know that the SLRR trains use a script in the root prim to detect the "Guide" prim in the track. These scripts are very old, and much is hardly documented: a few comments and maybe something about variable-names. Is there some way of getting the same sort of position vector between the nearest "Guide" prim and a child prim in the linkset. There is real-world rolling stock which, when scaled in proportion to the SLRR track gauge, is over 30m long. If a model were behaving like the real vehicle, there would be two points following the track, not the single central point of a root-prim. So, if one prim is still the root of the linkset, how can the position vectors be generated for the other prims? I know that there are train-things on the SLRR which are a single-vehicle/linkset that bends to follow the track. How might they work?
Hi there, I have never had that before - I have 3-4 link sets and when I select all of them and gently size up - the mesh "explodes". I tried with LL viewer and Firestorm. I wondered if I was doing something silly? Thanks Charlotte Image of the explosion haha - ? https://gyazo.com/fb9374f5e6b8c1a572a54ae902c20b89
My other half and I are building a very complicated house at our parcel in Ogilvie. It is an SL model of a real building, and we are making it together, so in the end the High LOD version will be a linkset of some of my Meshes made in Blender, and some of hers made in world of prim, and converted to mesh using this mesh converter. Now I understand (a little about) how to make lower LOD meshes in Blender, and I guess she can make simplified prim-mesh things too. This is how we plan to make the medium-LOD versions. However, doing it this way means that we will always have the same number of items in the linkset as the LOD or view distance changes. Is it possible to make a lower LOD model to replace a Linkset at distance? I'm actually thinking that at long distance a solid 2-prim block would suffice. And, yes, I may be out of my mind (making things for SL does that). Anna