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Hi Lindens and Moles: Could you please define this so everyone knows the correct information: What is the actual conversion rate of a SL meter to RL feet/inches and vice versa? I have looked for this info but have never found the specific and accurate definitive answer - just guesstimates. Having these conversion rates officially defined by LL will be helpful in scaling buildings, avatars, etc. Maybe you could create an official LL/SL scaling grid texture to put on various meter sizes of prims (1, 3, 5, 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 64) which would be tres cool tool and immensel
Hello, I am looking for a professional scripter that can provide me a rough estimate upfront to produce a meter containing the following tags, Database, Meter, Combat, Drugs, Role Play System. Once I have your quote we can continue to talk but do not contact me and ask me for any more details or to Disclose my Ideas as there are many huds out there already which are similar to what I wish, just not HOW I wished mine to be. Therefore this work should not take too much time to do as the basic layout already exists. If your a true scripter, this should not take too much of your time, and I d
Hello! I'm pretty new to scripting, in which I mean that I don't know how to at all, lol! I would however like some help learning, or figuring out if there's a script that already exists that I need. So, some friends and I are starting just a mini rp-sim kinda thing that's very loosely based on D&D in which it uses dice rolls, a grid system, and a bit of math to add or subtract health from either players or monsters that they're fighting. Since a lot of them have lower-end PCs the traditional fighting and battle huds won't work for us, since a lot of them require your character to phy
hi, i will be opening my real estate business soon and I wanted to know if someone would help me with some measurements. i will post the time of parcel and hope someone will be able to help me. * full sim: - square meters: - length & width: * 1/4th sim - 5,000 prims: - square meters: - length & width: * 1/8th sim - 2,500 prims: - square meters: - length & width; * 1/16 sim - 1,250 prims: - square meters: - length & width: * 1/32 sim - 625 prims: - square m