[SLED] Script needed - help please!

Lindy McKeown lindyaustralia at gmail.com
Mon Oct 13 19:24:13 PDT 2008


Try Wonko Wizenhunt as I think he may have script that does what you want
that he used to open a grave to expose the crime scene in a project he did
on my island.
Lindy (aka Decka Mah)

On Tue, Oct 14, 2008 at 7:18 AM, Pauline Randall <
pauline.randall at virtual-e.co.uk> wrote:

>  I hope someone can help me before I go completely nuts!
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> I'm creating an interactive activity which finishes up by the student
> discovering the buried treasure. The treasure is in a box with a lid that
> opens when you touch it. The box is currently sitting in a depression in the
> ground which I want to cover up. I want to have a prim (ground textured to
> cover the hole) move out of the way when it is touched so that the box is
> revealed. I've tried putting a slide script in which certainly moves the
> prim sideways but also upwards so that it finishes higher than it starts – I
> think this is because SL doesn't like pushing it underground?
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> I'm not a scripter, just a tinkerer so I guess I'm struggling where
> scripters would be swimming along nicely!
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> If anyone either has a script that might work that they might like to share
> or any suggestions as to how I can do this I would be eternally grateful and
> forever in your debt J
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> Thanks in anticipation
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> Pauline
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