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I am looking for a system to implement into my sim for people to pay to book appointments. Ideally I'd like something visual.. In my head I'm envisioning something like the map rental systems I've seen where it's green for available, red for rented.. but taking that and putting it on a weekly calendar (for example, Monday... 1pm OPEN 2pm RESERVED 3pm OPEN...Tuesday....etc..) At this point I'm planning on doing it all manually on a calendar board, but if there's something more streamlined, I'd love to know!!! Thanks
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
Greetings everyone, and thank you for taking the time. I am making good progress on my models but encountered one issue as I am weighting a head for an avatar. Everything works fine, except for one vertices or pixel that is just about microscopic. I have tried a lot of different solutions but in vain, despite weighting the head fully red and other nearby bones in zero weight at the mouth, there is still a vertices or pixel that is moving around, flicking as if it has been weighted to an eye bone .. but even if i set all weights as zero in eye bones, the issue persist. I have m
(by the way: scanning the forums, I was not sure if this should go here or someone else... so I apologize if this is technically the wrong place and would like to know for future reference if so!) So this is a little thing I've been working on... I've got a bit of a background in traditional game engines, and using more complex tools for designing visual effects in those engines. One thing that I immediately noticed coming to SecondLife was that creating visual effects is a little more painful than I would like - I constantly have to keep the scripting wiki open, I have to wait f