01-14-2007 03:48
Kelly wrote:

I'm not saying it couldn't be improved.

Basically right now the client will try to run at as many frames per second as possible all the time.

But it's not about frame rates, Kelly. It behaves like that if you are sitting alone in a dark room. It even behaves like that after it has logged you off!

If a user wrote a script that behaved like that it, would spend most of its life swapped out. Yet Linden Labs have written an entire application in that way, and it's now sitting on the desktops of your two million users.

I won't keep banging on about this, Kelly. I've said my piece. But it is harder to think of worse advertisment for Linden Labs Software Engineering skills, or, frankly, for the value they place on their users' computing resources.