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SuezanneC Baskerville
Forums Rock!
Join date: 22 Dec 2003
Posts: 14,229
09-25-2005 12:25
Preview Grid is nearly empty; people not doing anything better might want to go there and try to break something.
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So long to these forums, the vBulletin forums that used to be at forums.secondlife.com. I will miss them.

I can be found on the web by searching for "SuezanneC Baskerville", or go to

http://www.google.com/profiles/suezanne

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http://lindenlab.tribe.net/ created on 11/19/03.

Members: Ben, Catherine, Colin, Cory, Dan, Doug, Jim, Philip, Phoenix, Richard,
Robin, and Ryan

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Torley Linden
Enlightenment!
Join date: 15 Sep 2004
Posts: 16,530
09-25-2005 12:32
Heheh I'm going back there latah to... REPORT MO' BUGS!
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ReallyRick Metropolitan
Yes it's really me.
Join date: 4 Jun 2005
Posts: 691
09-25-2005 12:37
Yeah everytime I have logged into the Preview there are ZERO to 3 people there. Usually I run into Torley. /wave.

Good news is that my transparent bug was fixed! And I put everything I want to save from the Preview into a box in Morris as instructed. :)
Torley Linden
Enlightenment!
Join date: 15 Sep 2004
Posts: 16,530
09-25-2005 12:39
From: ReallyRick Metropolitan

Good news is that my transparent bug was fixed! And I put everything I want to save from the Preview into a box in Morris as instructed. :)


That's great, it's really encouraging... that bug was weird!
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SuezanneC Baskerville
Forums Rock!
Join date: 22 Dec 2003
Posts: 14,229
09-25-2005 12:40
There are no textures on the roofs of the WA buildings, but they seem to be there. I was standing on nothing.

They seem to have introduced deliberate delay in the display of the inventory window. Great. it takes 3 or more minutes to load, and they introduce cutesy windows animation to add to the misery everytime you use the search function.

I don't get it, I spend what seems like a large amount of money to me buying the fasting computer and fastest video card I can afford, and what do the programmers do? They program in slowness of purpose. Why? Because it looks cool? They might want you to think so but I don't buy it. I think the reason is that they do what they know how to do, and they don't know how to make things work faster, but they do know how to make things work slower, because it's easy programming.
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So long to these forums, the vBulletin forums that used to be at forums.secondlife.com. I will miss them.

I can be found on the web by searching for "SuezanneC Baskerville", or go to

http://www.google.com/profiles/suezanne

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http://lindenlab.tribe.net/ created on 11/19/03.

Members: Ben, Catherine, Colin, Cory, Dan, Doug, Jim, Philip, Phoenix, Richard,
Robin, and Ryan

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Ulrika Zugzwang
Magnanimous in Victory
Join date: 10 Jun 2004
Posts: 6,382
09-25-2005 12:49
From: SuezanneC Baskerville
I don't get it, I spend what seems like a large amount of money to me buying the fasting computer and fastest video card I can afford, and what do the programmers do? They program in slowness of purpose. Why? Because it looks cool? They might want you to think so but I don't buy it. I think the reason is that they do what they know how to do, and they don't know how to make things work faster, but they do know how to make things work slower, because it's easy programming.
Won't someone please think of the children?

~Ulrika~
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