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  1. Ladies & gentlemen, please join us at Elysium this evening from 7-9pm SLT for FrankLee Anatra & Ronnie Artano as they perform live for your listening pleasure! FrankLee will kick things off at 7pm, followed right after by Ronnie at 8pm. Attire: Elysium is an elegant early-mid 20th century venue, so please dress accordingly, anything from smart casual to elegant attire. http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Elysium/82/131/17
  2. Ladies & gentlemen, please join us at Elysium tonight from 7-9pm SLT for two hours of fantastic music by DJ Sin! He'll be spinning us some fabulous Top 40, plus your requests. Attire: Elysium is an elegant early-mid 20th century venue, so please dress accordingly, anything from smart casual to elegant attire. http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Elysium/82/131/17
  3. Ladies & gentlemen, please join us at Elysium tonight from 7:10 until 9pm SLT for two hours of fantastic music by Gabrielle Riel! She'll be spinning us some Random Riel, which is exactly what it sounds like! Attire: Elysium is an elegant early-mid 20th century venue, so please dress accordingly, anything from smart casual to elegant attire. http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Elysium/82/131/17
  4. Ladies & gentlemen, please join us at Elysium this evening from 7-9pm SLT for Ronnie Artano & Alex Mays as they perform live for your listening pleasure! Ronnie will kick things off at 7pm, followed right after by Alex at 8pm. Attire: Elysium is an elegant early-mid 20th century venue, so please dress accordingly, anything from smart casual to elegant attire. http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Elysium/82/131/17
  5. Ladies & gentlemen, please join us at Elysium tonight from 7-9pm SLT for two hours of fantastic music by DJ Avalon! She'll be spinning us some DJ's Choice, plus your requests! Attire: Elysium is an elegant early-mid 20th century venue, so please dress accordingly, anything from smart casual to elegant attire. http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Elysium/82/131/17
  6. Monday, April 8th - DJ Avalon - 7-9pm SLT Genre: DJ choice plus audience requests Wednesday, April 10th - Ronnie Artano - 7-8pm SLT & Parker Static - 8-9pm SLT Live Performances Friday, April 12th - DJ Haunani - 7-9pm SLT Genre: Eclectic plus audience requests
  7. Ladies & gentlemen, please join us at Elysium tonight from 7-9pm SLT for two hours of fantastic music by DJ Peppah! She'll be spinning us a blues set, plus your requests! Attire: Elysium is an elegant early-mid 20th century venue, so please dress accordingly, anything from smart casual to elegant attire. http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Elysium/82/131/17
  8. Hi all, I just wanted to share this landscape work I did with friends for a new music venue and social place. Quite a neat little project. Since not all events will be music, please feel free to share some event ideas on this discussion, if you want to visit and check it out please do so... feel free to say 'hi' inworld. http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Amat/229/223/1501
  9. Hi all, I just wanted to share this landscape work I did with friends for a new music venue and social place. Quite a neat little project. Since not all events will be music, please feel free to share some event ideas on this discussion, if you want to visit and check it out please do so... feel free to say 'hi' inworld. http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Amat/229/223/1501
  10. Had a hard day, want to relax with some hot girls, good atmosphere and nice music. Visit us at X-otica let us dance your stress away for you! We are an adult club, providing dancers, lap dances and cuddles just for you! Opening Fri- Sun 12pmslt Taxi: http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Serendipity%20Lake/86/203/2003
  11. Hiring Only The Cutest! Welcome to Kawaii where we only have the cutest staff for your pleasure ;3 Do you think you have what it takes to get a job at Kawaii? Apply today at the entrance of the club! We hire Femboys, Females, Anime's, Furries, ETC. So come as you are and prepare to have fun! TAXI: http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Sweet Seduction/22/233/640
  12. ***NEW YEAR & NEW HOME*** Find your ideal luxury home in SL at very low cost! weekly/monthly rentals = no long term commitments! Special themed rentals including: *Beach *Estate *Paradise *Retreat *Developers Also includes: neighbourhood social venues, multi-scene homes, prim allowance, discounts & security >>MULTISCENE HOMES WITH SO MANY OPTIONS! >>RENTALS HAVE VERY LARGE PLOTS - 4096sqm STANDARD **FOR VIEWING AND INFO PLS SEND ME IM OR NOTECARD IN SL: JANEYBIJOUX RESIDENT** I am happy to help you find your perfect new home! 😃
  13. Do you think you're the cutest and have what it takes to work at Kawaii?! Then try your chances and pop by to fill out our application and see if you qualify! Enjoy our caring staff and our sexy sugar Daddies! Doesn't matter if you're female, femboy, furry, anime etc.! We want YOU for your cute individuality! So don't fear to come by and filling out an application or hanging out with our fun staff! Nobody there? Feel free to page someone in and we can take care of your needs ❤️ TAXI: http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Pinewood Island/17/205/339
  14. Hey y'all! Kawaii is a new escort and strip club hiring all types of people! We hire women, men, femboys, cuntboys, shemales, furries, anime peeps, etc.! We may be new but we do hope to grow!!! If you are looking to sponsor a new club or get a job at a loving and accepting place, feel free to pop by at http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Pinewood%20Island/17/205/339 where the applications and donation board is! Feel free to hangout and have some fun!!!
  15. Hello! Welcome to Kawaii the new strip club that wants to reach higher in the charts! We strive on individuality and the feeling of comfort! We are currently hiring Strippers and escorts, Voice and Cam! Go in world for an application, landmark, and group invite! I hope to see you there ;3 Taxi: http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Pinewood Island/31/172/335
  16. [ GLOW ] Indie Bar & Lounge invites you too: Chillout Dance Party! Feat. DJ Steamray on now 5-7 PM SLT! Genre: Chill Dance DJ Steamray invites you to relax tonight. Come vibe with us and show us how you gonna chill and party tonight! Will you hang out at the warm pool with your friends? Will you sit around the hookah taking in the relaxed atmosphere, maybe even a little bit of Greedy before you head to the dance floor? All up to you and your imagination! http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/StormWind/177/20/24 (Sorry for posting in the wrong forum category! Will be more careful next time was meant for upcoming activities and events).
  17. Hello SL Community \o DJ Electra and Host Shadow invite you to get FUNKY Sunday Disco Night - December 16th 8-10pm slt Live Music * Fun * Friends * Games * Lindo * Fishing * Ice Skating & FREE ice skates & hot cocoa. Get some Christmas shopping done and come SHAKE YOUR GROOVE THANG \O in your Disco Best Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/410473379414524/ Taxi: http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/De Newenham/49/81/49
  18. Hey there! My names Philia *waves* Looking for friends who are interested in similar things ^^ I love exploring new places, shopping, hanging out and chatting hehe Interests: Japan, Anime, Movies, Music. Fav SL looks: Fantasy, Demon, Sci fi, Asian. My av is mostly some kind of fantasy chara and I wanna be friends with people who put an effort into their look. Don't really mind any gender ^^ Bless! Philia
  19. General information Information for landholders and other stakeholders How venues and content are selected Newcomer friendly Editor's picks and popular places Adult-rated areas Submission guidelines Image specifications Inworld photography resources Contact the Linden Lab editors General information The Second Life Destination Guide highlights some of the best inworld locations and Resident creations. For new and existing Residents alike, it is the place to go to explore and discover what's most exciting in Second Life. Linden Lab keeps the Destination Guide fresh with regular updates, so check back frequently! Venues and content featured in the Destination Guide are not paid placements. The best way to promote a venue, event or business is through inworld Search or the classifieds. The Destination Guide is available several different ways: Directly on the Web at http://secondlife.com/destinations. In the Second Life Viewer: Click in the toolbar (by default, this button is in the bottom toolbar). The DESTINATIONS window appears, displaying the categories of destinations; click through and then click on a destination to teleport there. Click to open the Second Life Search window. Then click the Destination Guide tab and search or peruse the incredible variety of locations and events! Information for landholders and other stakeholders Currently, the best way for a Resident to promote a venue, event or business is through inworld search or the classifieds. We encourage all venue owners to review the guidelines at the Search FAQ for information on how to maximize your presence using inworld Search. Venues and content featured in the Destination Guide are not paid placements. However, we welcome Resident suggestions for cool spots to feature. Some entries included in the Guide are also surfaced on the website for Residents exploring SecondLife.com for the first time. You can submit a venue for consideration on the Destination Guide Suggestion Page. Be sure to follow the submission guidelines below. Note: By nominating a venue, you authorize Linden Lab to use its content. Journalists, publishers, filmmakers, and others interested in Second Life often contact Linden Lab for images of Second Life. Linden Lab may direct these parties to the Destination Guide for promotional shots. How venues and content are selected Selections for inclusion are at the sole discretion of Linden Lab. Criteria favoring selection: The venue is a high-quality implementation of the Second Life experience. The venue appeals broadly to the Second Life community, including new Residents. The venue is exceptional or unique. The venue is being promoted outside Second Life and is participating in the inSL logo program, if appropriate. The venue has a real and active community. The submission includes a compelling and visually interesting screenshot. The submitted description text accurately describes the location. Criteria weighing against selection: The venue or one like it has been included before. The venue has been warned for failure to comply with some aspect of the Terms of Service. The venue and/or submitted screenshot appears to contain unlicensed, copyrighted and/or trademarked content that may not be authorized by the rights holder. The venue is currently violating the Terms of Service through use of bots, campers, illegal gambling, or mainland Adult content. The submitted screenshot contains promotion text over the main image. The submitted description text includes lists of keywords and/or incoherent or inaccurate text. Newcomer friendly If you wish to be eligible for inclusion in the Newcomer Friendly Spots category of the Destination Guide, please consider whether your venue meets some of the following suggested guidelines: Is the landing point (and any immediate surrounding areas) optimized for new residents? For example, is it set correctly so arriving visitors land at the right spot? Also, do navigation tools like teleporters route people to the right place? If some of your key attractions are not in the immediate vicinity of the landing point, be sure to include clear signage or arrows that point visitors in the right direction. We recommend including calls-to-action for nearby activities and games so that newcomers can easily find fun things to do. Avoid use of "insider" language or instructions that may be confusing to someone accessing Second Life as a new Resident. Is the venue arrival experience free of unsolicited group invites, excessive notecards and other inventory offers? These notifications are confusing to many new Residents, who are unfamiliar with how groups and inventory work in Second Life. Consider how your venue design and its surroundings will be experienced by someone who is unfamiliar with Second Life. For example, do seats use one-click sit actions? Do other interactive objects, like vehicles, work? (We recommend that you test them using an alt account to make sure non-owners can use them, too.) Are there clear pointers to get further help with Second Life? For example, a scripted sign that links to Second Life Answers community help. Does the venue have an active and welcoming community within close proximity of the landing point? Editors' picks and popular places You can nominate venues for inclusion in the Editors' Picks or Popular Places categories on the Destination Guide Suggestion Page. Editors' Picks features venues that highlight some of the best architecture, activities, communities and/or creative efforts in Second Life. The features are refreshed periodically. Popular Places features venues frequently populated with real people, communities and conversations. This list is periodically refreshed but does not reflect real-time traffic and activity, nor does it aim to reflect the most popular places in Second Life. Every effort is made to include venues that adhere to Linden Lab’s policies on traffic bots and camping. Adult-rated areas Second Life’s Destination Guide aims to include a wide variety of communities and venues, including those in regions with Adult ratings. However, as a globally available service, Second Life is subject to many regional restrictions that prohibit advertising or promotion for some types of content and services, such as escorts and explicit content, including nudity. Because content listed in the Destination Guide can be seen by users of all ages and in all territories, no descriptions — regardless of rating — should contain explicit or overtly sexual language or imagery. Linden Lab’s guidelines for inclusion of adult-rated content in the Destination Guide aim to be consistent with the search-industry standards for advertising and search-engine promotion, as seen in these published guidelines by Google, Microsoft and Yahoo: Google AdWords Adult Content Guidelines Bing Ads Adult Content Guidelines Yahoo!/Gemini Adult Content Guidelines As with all Destination Guide submissions, each entry is subject to review and editing by Linden Lab editorial staff. For more information on Second Life and Maturity Ratings, see Second Life Maturity Ratings page in the Knowledge Base and the Adult_Content_FAQ in the wiki. Submission guidelines You may suggest a destination using the form if: You personally own the parcel. You belong to the group that owns the parcel. You are on the access list of the Private Region that contains the parcel. The parcel belongs to Governor Linden and is set in ABOUT LAND > OPTIONS tab as a Hangout. The parcel belongs to a friend and is set in ABOUT LAND > OPTIONS tab as a Hangout. The parcel is 512m2 or larger. Suggested venues must comply with all of the following: Community Standards Trademark Guidelines Terms of Service DMCA policy Snapshot and machinima Policy Warning: Do not suggest content that is copyrighted or otherwise subject to another party's proprietary rights (including privacy, publicity, trademark, and trade secret rights) unless you own the rights or have the owner's permission. Content determined to infringe upon intellectual property rights is removed from our website and services. Residents are limited to two suggestions per month. You can also email the Destination Guide editors your suggestions. Please include a link to your image that meets the submission criteria below: Image specifications The quality and aesthetic composition of your image helps persuade Residents to visit your suggested inworld location, so submit a well-composed screenshot that captures the creativity, community and/or aesthetic beauty of your venue. Do not layer or embed any text or logos within the photo itself. You have an opportunity to add descriptive text separately in the Description field of the entry form. Focus on specific attractions you want visitors to see first. Specifically, if you're submitting an image for a store, generally emphasize your products rather than the store building. For example, if you make clothes, snapshot your avatar in a flattering pose wearing one of your dresses. Or if you have an attractive and creative vendor display, use that. If you've been selling in Second Life for awhile, you likely already have product photos as part of your branding that you can repurpose to save you time. However, an exception applies if your store is an attraction itself, like it's in a beautiful forest worth exploring. The Destination Guide submission form asks you to include a link to a web-hosted screenshot of your venue. Your image can be hosted on any photo-sharing or web-hosting site, such as Flickr or Photobucket. Use JPG format with the dimensions of 657 width by 394 height, in pixels. For example (see on Flickr? Be sure to include the full URL (ending in .jpg) to the web-hosted screenshot for your listing. Please note that the Destination Guide user suggestion form may reject images that do not meet this exact criteria. If you use Flickr to host your image, make sure to include the proper image URL (ending in .jpg) in the form. In some cases, Linden Lab editors may re-shoot images to improve visual clarity or composition, but we strongly prefer you submit quality images to begin with. Note: If you receive a form error when you try to submit your suggested destination, please email the Linden Lab editors. Include the submission suggestion and the info requested in the form (title, description, SLurl link) along with the image as an attachment. Inworld photography resources If you're unfamiliar with taking inworld photos, check out the following resources that offer tips and best practices: Guide to High-Quality Photography by Torley Linden. Taking high-res snapshots by Strawberry Singh. The Checklist is comprehensive photo shoot preparation, by Cajsa Lilliehook. Second Life Flickr Group includes many pictures from other Residents. And of course, look at existing Destination Guide submissions to see what your fellow Residents and the Linden Lab editors have done. Text specifications The submission form asks you for descriptive text of up to 400 typed characters. Destination Guide uses third-person voice, so avoid use of first-person language (such as I, we, our and my). Also, please refrain from using overly-hyped or promotion-heavy language; Destination Guide entries should be informative rather than overtly promotional in nature. Lists of keywords are not acceptable as descriptive text. Linden Lab reserves the right to edit material for length and clarity. Contact the Linden Lab editors For questions or update requests to existing entries, or to report an error — like a wrong SLurl or place that's gone — contact the Linden Lab editors via email. Please note that we are not able to respond to every inquiry, however we welcome all comments, feedback and suggestions.
  20. Hey everyone! I'm not exactly "super" new to SL. I had an account for about a year before I deleted it and ended up coming back so my age looks a little younger than I am, although I *am* pretty slow at learning SL so it could be pretty accurate. Who knows? I'm really awful at talking to people and making friends, but who isn't sometimes, right? Sometimes it makes me feel pretty isolated and that kinda sucks. If you're looking for new friends, please don't be shy! I'm always open to just sit and chat. In fact, that's one of my favorite things! I love movies, YouTube, books and shows of all kinds so if you're into those too - we've got a good topic to start on! I really enjoy going to look at art exhibits and I'm also about to try and learn LSL Scripting, (maybe some building?), Spanish, and Arabic! (If I can find the time, lol) So, if anyone wants to learn with me or is looking for a learning partner or wants to help look for learning tools - I'm totally down for that! Basically, I really like the idea of using SL to learn and make friends. So hit me up if you wanna be friends! If you're into tarot cards, my insta is mr._constellation Thanks all! - Mr. C
  21. Hey there everyone, sorry if this is in the wrong section-- I don't use these forums very much. ^^; Like the title says, I'm looking for some new sims to chill on. I used to hang around one in particular, but stopped going around there for personal reasons. Basically I'm looking for what I had at the old sim I frequented: a regular place to hop on, chat while doing other stuff on the side, etc. Bonus if it's a relatively small but decently active place, as I shy away from large crowds. I already tried looking through the in-world search using several different keywords, but... As I want some place that's furry-friendly, most searches wind up digging up a plethora of kink-themed sims. I don't mind adult rated sims, but sims that revolve around nsfw things are places I tend to stay away from. I want to meet friends, not someone who's talking just for the sole purpose of getting into my pants. A lot of sims I've visited already seem to be pretty dead-- or are full of people idling for hours with no actual talking going on. Anyone know any good spots I should check out? (ahh another thing I should note is that heavily rp influenced sims are a definite no to me, I'm not too big on rp or the "rl should stay in rl" mentality!! I've actually gotten yelled at before for mentioning something I had to do irl once, eep)
  22. Limelight, an erotic social club is seeking energetic, upbeat and reliable hosts and dancers. We offer: 90% for dancers NO minimal hours or shifts Playful Themes ~ Clothing Optional Perm slots available for hosts! Disbursement program for referrals- make money for referring your friends. If you are ready for some fun in a lax atmosphere without having to worry about committing to minimal hours, Limelight is THE place! Contact me, Laney Katt or any staff member. http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Sweetest Sin/49/38/22 Contact me Laney Katt ( msboku ) I am most commonly on around 2 SLT and after. Feel free to Leave me an IM
  23. What is abuse? Reporting abuse Merchant fraud and other scams Setting privacy preferences If the person is nearby inworld If you are being physically pushed inworld If you are being harassed by an object Finding the object with beacons Finding invisible objects Finding underground objects Other tips Dealing with the object If you are being animated Preventing abuse on your land If you are a parcel owner If you are a region or estate owner / manager Additional tips In other languages: Deutsch Français Español Português Italiano 日本語 Türkçe Русский What is abuse? Abuse occurs when someone or something intentionally harasses or bothers you in violation of the Second Life Terms of Service (ToS) or the Community Standards (CS). Abuse is also sometimes referred to asgriefing. Fortunately, in Second Life you control many aspects of your environment: You control your avatar and what it experiences. The best way to prevent harassment or abuse is to use your settings to control your environment and who can interact with you. Important: When you are the subject of abuse or harassment, stay calm and follow the steps outlined in this article. Don't panic! Reporting abuse Although it won't stop an ongoing incident, please report cases of abuse. Choose Help > Report Abuse to file an abuse report. Provide as much detail as possible. For more information, see Filing an abuse report. Tip: You can report a person or object for abuse by right-clicking on them and choosing Report Abuse. Doing this automatically logs the subject's name and exact location in the abuse report. Merchant fraud and other scams In addition to inworld griefing, be on guard for shopping fraud and other scams, both inworld and in Second Life Marketplace. If something sounds too good to be true, it probably is. See also: Tips for safe shopping Scams Phishing FAQ Transactions and disputes between Residents Setting privacy preferences You have a lot of control over what others can see about you in Second Life. Doing this can help to prevent unwanted intrusions and harassment. To set your privacy preferences in the Second Life Viewer: Choose Me > Preferences Click the Privacy tab. Set your preferences. Click OK. For more information, see: Privacy concerns. Online Safety Guidelines If the person is nearby inworld First, simply ask the person to stop their abusive activity. If that doesn't work, try leaving the area. You may wish to put a a safe location in your Viewer's favorites bar for quick access. Finally, you can block the person: Right-click the offending avatar and choose Block. See Blocking for more information. Blocking stops voice and text chat and any visual interference from their avatar and their objects. If you have enabled avatar impostors in your graphics preferences, blocking an avatar also replaces it with a flat gray outline (an "impostor"). Choose Help > Report Abuse and file an abuse report about the incident. Provide as much detail as possible. See Filing an abuse report for more information. If you are being physically pushed inworld If someone (or something) is pushing you or physically assaulting you inworld, sit down! Sitting prevents most physical forces from affecting your avatar. Simply right-click on the ground or something else nearby and choose Sit Here. If you're being harassed in voice chat If someone is harassing you in voice chat, mute them as follows: Choose Communicate > Voice settings... to open the VOICE SETTINGS window. Mouse over the listing for the person you want to mute. Right-click their name and choose Block Voice. If you are being harassed by an object Finding the object with beacons If you are being griefed by an object emitting particles or sounds, do the following: Select World > Show > Beacons. The BEACONS window opens. Under For these objects: select Sound sources andParticle sources. Now objects emitting sounds are shown in yellow and objects emitting particles are shown in blue. Click the ?button in the BEACONS window for more details. Finding invisible objects If you see the beacons but not the source object: Choose World > Show > Advanced Menu to enable the Advanced menu. Chooose Advanced > Highlighting and Visibility > Highlight Transparent or press Ctrl-Alt-T. Doing this makes invisible objects visible and highlighted red. You can see many particle and sound sources with this tool. Finding underground objects To see objects stuck underground: Choose Advanced > Rendering Types Deselect Surface Patch or press Ctrl-Alt-Shift-5. Doing this hides the ground so that you can see beneath it. Other tips The following may also help: Choose Advanced > Disable Camera Constraints, to let you to move the camera beyond normal parameters. Deselect Advanced > Limit Select Distance, to let you to select objects normally outside your reach. Dealing with the object Once you locate the griefing object, block it. This stops all sound and text chat from the object: Right-click on the object. Choose Manage > Block. Tip: To hide bothersome particles, choose Advanced > Highlighting and Visibility > Hide Particles or press Ctrl-Alt-Shift-= You can also try to contact the owner of the object. Right-click on the object. Choose Object Profile. Click on the owner's name to view their profile. Click IM button in their profile and ask them to remove or edit the object. If you are being animated If you are being animated against your will, choose Me > Movement > Stop Animating Me. Preventing abuse on your land If you are a landowner, there are a number of things you can do to prevent abuse and harassment from occuring on your land. Both parcel and region owners can restrict entry to people who are at least 18 years old. For more information, see Age restriction parcel and estate management features. If you are a parcel owner If you have the necessary rights, you can restrict who can enter your land, and freeze, ban, or eject others from land you own or control. For more information, seeManaging other Residents on your land. It's good practice to deselect Object Entry. This stops people from dropping or shooting objects onto the land, and prevents moving objects from crossing into it from a neighboring parcel. You can also restrict who is able to build on your land: Choose World > About Land or just right-click on the ground and choose About Land. Click the OPTIONS tab. Deselect Allow other Residents to: Build. If you are a region or estate owner / manager As a region owner or an estate manager, you have even more control over who can access your land and what they can do on it. As an estate manager, you can restrict access to certain Residents or group members, ban specific Residents, kick out a specific Resident, and so on. To access these controls: Choose World > Region / Estate. Click the Estate tab. As a region owner or manager, you can block people from editing terrain (terraforming), flying, pushing, and so on. To access these controls: To access these controls: Choose World > Region / Estate. Click the Region tab. Additional tips If you are experiencing a griefing attack, and need time to kick and ban troublemakers: Choose World > Region / Estate. Click the Debug tab. Select Disable Scripts and Disable Collisions. Note: Disabling scripts will temporarily stop all scripted objects in the region from functioning. However, as soon as you re-enabled scripts for the region, they will resume normal operation again.
  24. What is Premium Wilderness? What do I need to access Premium Wilderness? How do I get to Premium Wilderness? I tried to teleport to Premium Wilderness but got the error message "You do not have access to that region" What's there to do? How do I get the best visual appearance? Troubleshooting Fishing How do I report griefing or other issues? A note for content creators How do I get more help? What is Premium Wilderness? Premium Wilderness is a high-quality jungle experience created by Linden Lab. Its Amazonian river stretches across six regions of lush greenery, waterfalls, and mystic ruins. Premium Wilderness provides premium account holders with opportunities for social interaction and potential friend encounters. In addition to jungle hiking and river boat exploration, Premium Wilderness provides numerous social hubs with activities and rewards. What do I need to access Premium Wilderness? You need two things to enjoy the Premium Wilderness regions: A Second Life premium account. Upgrade to a premium account if you don't already have one. See Premium membership for more information. A mesh-capable Viewer, such as the official Second Life Viewer. Download the Second Life Viewer. How do I get to Premium Wilderness? Use the following SLurls to teleport to any of the six Premium Wilderness regions: Piranha Caiman Capybara Gecko Tapir Leech You can also find links in the Second Life Destination Guide. I tried to teleport to Premium Wilderness but got the error message "You do not have access to that region" Make sure you have an active premium account and use one of the SLurls above or the Destination Guide. What's there to do? Aside from exploring the lush, mysterious jungle trails on foot, you can: Ride the riverboat that stops at all the docks and tours the entire Wilderness area. Try your hand at fishing. See Fishing. Swim or scuba dive in the river. Enjoy social activities such as playing guitar around the campfire, grilling, drinking at the bar, alligator wrestling, dancing, and so on. Additional fun activities include competing in a goat race, charming rats with a magic flute, capybara herding, playing fetch, riding around on guided mounts, and various mini-games. Here's a map of the Premium Wilderness regions. How do I get the best visual appearance? To see Premium Wilderness as it is intended, with misty atmospheric fog and subtle climate changes, enable region environment settings: Choose World > Environment Editor > Environment Settings. Choose Use region settings. Click OK. Then, set your graphics settings to get the best results. Higher settings are more richly detailed, at the cost of performance. If your computer is powerful enough, set your graphics to High or Ultra: Choose Me > Preferences. Click Graphics tab. Click High or Ultra. If your Viewer runs too slowly, choose Mid, or Low. Click OK. Only powerful computers exceeding the System Recommendations can show Ultra graphics comfortably. However, your jungle-exploring fun will be significantly enhanced, with trees and wildlife casting shadows. Troubleshooting If you experience any graphics issues, follow these steps: Return to your home location. Log out of Second Life. Log in again. Return to the Premium Wilderness region. Fishing You can fish in several areas of Premium Wilderness. To go fishing, you need a fishing rod. Once you find a fishing rod: Wear the fishing rod to use it. Click on the rod. Choose Cast to fish. Wait a while. It may take some time to catch something! In addition to standard fish, you may catch some special Premium Wilderness fish. For more information, see the notecard that comes with the fishing rod. How do I report griefing or other issues? Premium Wilderness is subject to the same rules, regulations, and guidelines as the rest of Second Life. In the Second Life Viewer, choose Help > Report Abuse to report abuse. For more information, see Filing an abuse report. A note for content creators Our teams used many of the new Second Life pathfinding tools to bring life to and create activities in the Wilderness area. We will start rolling out these pathfinding tools in a Viewer beta release soon and plan to share with Residents some tips and tricks learned while building this exciting experience. How do I get more help? If you tried the troubleshooting steps above and were not able to resolve your issue, please create a support case on the Second Life customer support site. If the issue is particular to a specific inworld location or object, please provide the name of the object and location.
  25. Overview Uses Hiding avatars How to hide avatars for a parcel Restricting sounds to a parcel How to know when you are on a parcel with hidden avatars LSL Restricting avatar sounds How to restrict avatar sounds Overview Second Life provides several features to provide parcel owners: Ability to hide avatars on a parcel from those outside the parcel and vice-versa. This feature enables you to hide avatars and their activities and conversations from those outside a parcel and vice-versa. Ability to restrict sounds emitted by avatars on the parcel. To set these features for a parcel, you must use Second Life Viewer 2.8 or later, or a compatible third party viewer. However, if a parcel has hidden avatars or has restricted avatar sounds, you are affected regardless of which Viewer you are using. Uses Hiding avatars on a parcel may be useful for: Meetings and classrooms - when you want to meet with people without being observed or overheard by others on the region. Home dressing rooms - you can experiment with clothing, skins or avatars outside your neighbors' view. Store dressing rooms - retail establishments can provide areas in which customers can try outfits, skins and avatars without exposure to other shoppers. Warning: Adult activities are not allowed on parcels in General regions, regardless of whether the parcel has hidden avatars. On Moderate land, such activity is only permitted privately, behind closed doors. For more information, see Maturity ratings. Restricting sounds on a parcel may prevent them from disrupting an immersive experience or being used for griefing. Enabling this feature is analogous to muting all cell phones in a theater. It may be used to minimize unwanted distractions in performance settings. Hiding avatars The owner of a parcel (or, for group-owned land, a group member with the necessary rights) can hide avatars and their chat from those outside the parcel. By default, parcels DO NOT have hidden avatars. When enabled: Those outside the parcel can't see avatars on the parcel and vice-versa. Other objects are not affected (EXCEPTION: vehicles ridden by hidden avatars are also hidden.) Those outside the parcel can't see nearby text chat from those on the parcel, and vice-versa. Group text chat is not affected. To be clear, when a parcel has avatars hidden, anyone outside the parcel cannot see (or communicate with) those on the parcel; conversely, if you are on the parcel, you can't see (or communicate with) anyone outside of it. The communication restrictions apply only to nearby (regular) chat, not group chat. The world map and mini-map are unaffected. LSL sensors function normally, and detect the presence of avatars on parcels with this setting enabled. How to hide avatars for a parcel To hide avatars on a parcel: Choose World > Place Profile > About Land or right-click on the parcel and choose About Land. Click the OPTIONS tab. Clear the Allow other Residents to / See and chat with residents on this parcel checkbox. By default, this checkbox is selected. Restricting sounds to a parcel Hiding avatars on a parcel does not affect voice chat, nor does it affect gesture and object sounds. To restrict these sounds to a parcel: Choose World > Place Profile > About Land or right-click on the parcel and choose About Land. Click the SOUND tab. To restrict gesture and object sounds to this parcel, select Restrict gesture and object sounds to this parcel. To restrict nearby voice chat to this parcel, select Restrict Voice to this parcel. How to know when you are on a parcel with hidden avatars An icon in the navigation bar shows the status of this setting for the current parcel: The icon appears when you are on a parcel with hidden avatars, and will not be displayed otherwise. The Places Profile window displays the same icon. LSL Pass the PARCEL_DETAILS_SEE_AVATARS parameter to llGetParcelDetails(), and it will now return an integer flag indicating if the avatars are hidden for the parcel. Restricting avatar sounds This release also adds the ability to restrict avatar sounds emitted on a parcel, which include sounds from: Gestures Sounds played from inventory Scripts on attachments You can set a parcel to allow sounds to be played by everyone (the default), only by group members, or by no one. Note: This feature actually "mutes" sounds (prevents them from playing), in contrast to the procedure described above in Restricting sounds to a parcel, which merely restricts them to the parcel. How to restrict avatar sounds To restrict sounds from avatars on a parcel: Choose World > Place Profile > About Land or right-click on the parcel and choose About Land. Click the SOUND tab. By default, avatar sounds are not restricted, and the Everyone checkbox is selected. To permit sounds to be played by No one: Clear both the Everyone and Group checkboxes. Group members only: Clear the Everyone checkbox, leaving Group selected.
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