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Hi, After 14 years of Second Life I've decided it's time to retire. About 3 months ago I started experiencing my avatar spin in circles, massive lag, rubber band effect and items rolling back. Rolling back? What does that mean? Well, it's more like ghosting. Create a prim, move it and watch it move back on it's own. The same goes with adding a color to it or setting an alpha. It begins to switch between colors as if it's trying to fight with me. I thought it was a sim issue and was at a point where a Linden had to come and see for themselves. Turns out it wasn't the sim. I use firestorm and that part of support helped me from A to Z with no solution to be found. I called my Internet company and for the past 3 months they've tried their best to find a solution but couldn't come up with anything. The told me all my lines are new and it seems my connection is excellent. So here I am with my last plea to get help if anyone has this issue. We all know Linden labs doesn't do tech support so I reach out to the community for help. I would hate for 14 years of SL experience to be thrown out because of this issue. I was being told that there's a network issue between my network and Linden Labs. How do I go about solving this if Linden Labs cannot be reached for tech support? This has become very stressful moving around my sim which I've been paying $300 a month for the past year. If this cannot be solved, why spend so much when I'm barely on? Has anyone experienced this type of issue or know of a solution. Sadly, I've done everything. Reinstalled windows 10 Updated drivers Tried multiple clients Opened up Ports with port forwarding Set my computer to DMZ on my IP address and opened up my computer to be exposed Disabled anti-virus and firewall connected directly to a modem bypassing a router There's nothing more I can think of. If you have a solution, please let me know. I need to make a decision in my life to move on from SL since this could be the end for me. Thanks, LD
How is it that Linden Labs is now refusing to do rollbacks (due to griefing) because they want to protect people who shove items into a machine and make up that they're somehow rare? My sims been down for almost a week now because they refuse to just roll it back. I've put hundreds upon hundreds of hours of work into the sim and thousands of dollars. So why is someone who spends a half an hour making a bracelet then another 10 mins giving it a few different textures, deciding "OH THIS ONES SO RARE BECAUSE.." prioritized? This is a broken system, it's not my fault that they haven't closed exploits that allow griefers to ruin a sim, and it's not my fault that their program allows for the duplication of no copy objects through this method. This is the message we get over it. "I'm sorry to hear about what happened in the [REDACTED]. We evaluate rollback requests on a case-by-case basis. One of the things we have to carefully check is the potential number of no-copy objects that would be duplicated in a rollback. It's a balancing act between the needs of property owners and the rights of content creators. In this case, we've identified too many high-value items which would be duplicated by restoring the region to an earlier state. Since rollbacks are not an official service we provide, we must act in this case to protect the content creator's interests by denying the request. We are sorry for any inconvenience our decision may cause you."