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https://gyazo.com/6e905fbf2ea4c6f31b29ebf1bad19202 Look at my build window. It says 5. Look at area search. It also confirms 5, but if you wanna get all stickler semantic-y about it, it says 4. Apparently there is a discrepancy with mesh objects and the like ... Firestorm group chat has confirmed that we all go by LI now because of what mesh tends to do (be off in count, either up or down, depending --which is why I assume they put LI in the build window and not prims). Now... If I sell something I make, and I advertise how many prims it is, am I going to use what shows up in my build window, or what shows up under "prims" in my area search window? (You can arguably also use Build>Pathfinding>Region Objects, but that also just gives LI, so pretend we're lazy and we'll just use area search.) If I am building something and I need to keep my limit under 50 prims, am I going to use my build window to add up and determine how many prims I have with unlinked objects, or am I going to build with the area search window open? Will I have to ask each contest I participate in how they count prims so that I play by the rules? If I am going to hold a build contest, and each entry is allowed 50 prims, how do I know that they adhered to the prim rule? --Would I individually click on their items and get the build window information + temporarily derender things I have already counted ...or am I going to use area search? And if I use area search, will I go by LI or by prims (as sometimes things do not show a LI, it simply gives "...")? ...How do I be fair? Should I tell participants that we're playing a semantics game with everything under the specific word "prim" or do I count these things the way "everyone" does via LI? ...What do you all think? Please and thank you.
There are many bad or mediocre Supergirl uniforms in the marketplace, but none like what I want. I have been roleplaying online as SG in one form or another for 20+ years (!) and it's important to me that my appearance match my skills. I have a Maitreya mesh body and look the part. I have a particular style of uniform in mind and am willing to pay good money for a high-quality, unique uniform that meets my specifications and is tailored to my shape. I would be open to a situation where the outfit is exclusive to me for a period of time before you offer it to others in the marketplace, if you're looking for more revenue later. I'd prefer any marketplace versions to be slightly different so I can remain unique, but that's negotiable.