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This might have worked as an addition to the thread https://community.secondlife.com/forums/topic/459047-sellers-you-are-losing-sales-because-of-timed-demos/ , but since it has been inactive for quite a while... A shop that shall remain unnamed gave away a L$ 1000 giftcard for Christmas, in other words: a perfect opportunity to stock up on clothing for various alts. Just that: Visible countdown and auto-vanishing plus additional demo textures on various mediocre template items. Giftcards and demos went to trash. Too tacky for my taste, even for free. 🙄 Please take note: this is definitely NOT Exile. The character just happened to wear a perfectly fine hair demo and the logo was in sight.
I made a mesh head for something for the first time but need a really specific kind of script. I'm pretty basic in scripting and can only really learn from existing snippets but cant seem to find something that really DOES this. What I have is a head with the eyelids in 4 states (kinda like kemono eyes- which script doesn't work from) 0 being open, 2 frames of mid blink, and 3 being the closed position. What I need is a script that toggles the alpha between only those linked eyelid objects in a sequence and a timer that makes it do the sequence every 3-4 seconds. Id greatly appreciate it if someone could whip up an example, I already tried buying a script from market place that.... didn't work out very well. If it relies on the linked name or description for the sequence do tell, and much love
Hello. I'm VERY new to scripting in SL and I'm trying to create a very simple "secret" dungeon-type stone door, but can't seem to find quite what I'm looking for. Hope someone can help. I'm trying to create a simple, 1 prim rotating door. It's already set to accept a single sitter in a "pushing" position (with AVSitter) and makes the correct sound (4 seconds long) upon the avatar sitting. The only thing I want it to do now...upon sitting as well....is rotate slowly (for 4 seconds in time with the sound), 180 degrees around the Z axis and stop. Sounds pretty simple, but again, I'm totally new so I don't quite know what I'm looking for. I'd appreciate any help. Thank you!