[SLED] 2-Solutions to the 'problem' of "Changing clothes in SL"
polygonsforever at yahoo.com
Tue Apr 1 05:10:02 PDT 2008
I actually use a version of this as a blind, a hollow cylinder or tube with a hollow hemisphere on top. The outside walls are bamboo, roof is dry grass, inside is alpha. You can drop this anywhere, plunk down on a lounge chair, with a Margarita, and people watch; it looks like a boring grass hut, people ignore it completely.
Kim Gregson <kimatiu at yahoo.com> wrote:
I like the idea of the instant cabanas. I'm going to
make a couple and put on the island my school has for
the students to use. Some of them are really weirded
out about people seeing them naked unintentionally). I
might put a cabana into the box with free clothes for
the new students in the fall. Thanks for the idea.
(Kim Chihuly in SecondLife, visit our island - Park
--- Bruce Jones
> There is actually a "crate" that you touch, you are
> then pulled into it, in order to hide from
> SL crashes (spoof of course). That would be a
> perfect place to change.
> If you really want privacy, make a hollow box, add
> a cover (top) make them phantom, walk thru/into it,
> change it from phantom to solid, then change inside.
> A variation on this is to make the inside of the box
> "alpha" so you can see out, but no one can see in.
> Save it as "instant cabana" to your inventory for
> re-use later.
> (Or quit being so cheap and rent a room :-)
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