Friday, October 17, 2008

Setting Draw Distance to Reduce Client Lag

1) Go to Edit > Preferences > Graphics

2) If you only see slider like this then tick custom box


3) Adjust draw distance using slider


4) Make sure you click Apply

Monday, April 28, 2008

Protecting your SL Account

Two simple links you should visit and read

1) How to protect your SL password

http://secondlife.com/policy/security/accountcomp.php


2) What to do if your account has been compromised - note the phone number given is in the USA - we will look into how non US customers should make contact.

http://secondlife.com/policy/security/password.php

Friday, March 28, 2008

Getting logged off for being idle or away?

So that you never get thrown out of SL for being idle do this:-

press ctrl-alt-d to get your client (now called advanced) menu up

mac users press command-control-d

client(Advanced) > character > character tests and then uncheck go away/AFK when idle.

You will need to repeat this when you update your browser

Sunday, February 24, 2008

Banning Avatars

If you have problems with an individual avatar griefing you or breaking the Linden Labs terms of service (TOS) or SL Community Standards while in Ozland then you may wish to ban them from your parcel as a first response. You should also send in an Abuse Report (AR) to Linden Labs and also inform Llola and Sven.

The best way to ban an avatar on your own land is to right click on them and select Freeze from the pie menu - this gives you 30 seconds in which they cannot move or talk - time to take a deep breath - take a snapshot for evidence - and then chose Eject and Ban from the pie menu. It is also a good idea to take a copy of the chat from just before the incident to when you Freeze them. This is also evidence that Linden Labs can use to ban someone from SL.






Freeze step 1

Freeze step 2
Eject step 1Eject step 2


If you don't have time to Click on the offender then you can use the About Land menu to add them to a specific ban list - Note that general ban lines are not allowed in Ozland, see Sven and Llola's Tips: General Ban Lines

General Ban Lines

General ban lines are not allowed by the Ozland Covenant. So how do you avoid setting them?



While on your own land

a) Choose World
b) Choose About Land
c) Choose Access tab
d) Make sure the tick marks match the picture above

Done