Scripts and Avatar

Chance Unknown chance at kalacia.com
Fri Feb 16 23:53:08 PST 2007


take a look at the function llMoveToTarget(); this is what the collars use...

On 2/16/07, Eloise Pasteur <eloisepasteur at yahoo.co.uk> wrote:
> Hi Rich,
>
> Whilst in general terms you're right about the collar, you don't actually
> get fine control. If you have a collar set to follow and walk behind the
> avatar wearing it they will be dragged backwards towards you and can only
> turn to face you by use of the arrow keys - so far there's no scripted way
> to make an avatar turn.
>
> El.
>
>
> On 17 Feb 2007, at 06:45, Rich Vance wrote:
>
> Actually, you can control AV movement with a script. I don't know exactly
> how they wrote the scripts, I'm sure that part (absolutely not all) of it
> includes animations that are built-in, but.......
>
> In the realm of BDSM inside of Second Life, there are collars you can
> purchase and wear as attachments. It is configured usually with a list of
> who is allowed to issue commands to it, and it will ignore everyone else,
> although some are also set to be optionally "community property" but that's
> probably irrelevant to this discussion.
>
> If someone is wearing one of these collars, and I am listed as one of the
> people who has control over it, I can make their avatar perform animations,
> such as kneeling for example, but I can also force them to follow me, and as
> long as they have the collar on, they will in fact walk and follow me
> wherever I go, assuming I don't go outside the detection range of the
> collar, without requiring them to use their arrow keys to walk. So it is
> possible to force avatars to perform any actions you wish, as long as
> they're wearing the appropriate attachments.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Roberto Cezar Bianchini
> To: Scripters
> Sent: Wednesday, January 31, 2007 2:49 AM
> Subject: Re: Scripts and Avatar
>
> Thanks for all the answers Edie, Shaun, Eloise and the rest of the list the
> emailed me in private. I will figure something out about how to control the
> Agents, even if the only solution avaliable now is write a new client.
> Thanks again!
> Roberto
>
> 2007/1/30, Shaun <sfarrugia at emich.edu>:
> > Yes Ed is right - you'd not be able to control except from writing
> > your own client using libsl or the open source client.
> >
> > On Jan 30, 2007, at 7:24 PM, Eddie Vanda wrote:
> >
> > > Hi Roberto,
> > >
> > > lsl scripts are run server side. Afaik you cannot control av movement
> > > with a script.  You could have an av sit on a scripted object and
> > > control that with lsl, but there are heaps of probs with that (mostly
> > > solvable with some effort, though there are plenty of free scrips
> > > around). You could also try script pushing your av (eg flight assist)
> > > but many parcels have push limitations.
> > >
> > > There is llGiveInventory but no llTakeInventory.
> > >
> > > Ed
> > >
> >
>
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