Posted by: Fred | November 3, 2020

Teleporting HUD

General Description

The Teleporting HUD teleports users directly to any location grid wide with just one click on the associated picture (texture). This is a great HUD for shopping or hunt sponsors to give out so users can instantly teleport to their store or venue. Key features include the following:

* The HUD object is supplied full perm so the purchaser can apply their own textures for customized appearance.
* Displays 8 clickable textures at a time and up to 32 textures total.
* HUD can be minimized (hide), maximized (show), and resized by end user.
* HUD can give a “Help” notecard to the end user.
* Once configured, it can be transferred with copy and/or transfer next owner permissions (must be no-mod).
* Easy setup. Just drop in your textures and landmarks
* If end user declines teleport permission, they will be given the landmark instead.

NOTE: A no-mod, no-transfer demo HUD is included as an example. You can also get the demo from the marketplace or in-world store to try before you buy.

Permissions: The HUD object is full perm. The HUD script is no-mod, copy, transfer. The self-deleting license script is no-mod, no-transfer.

License

Purchasers of this HUD have a non-exclusive license to modify, sell and/or otherwise transfer it to others, provided the HUD object’s next owner permissions are set to no-modify. The script and/or the HUD object shall not be sold or otherwise transferred separately. The purchaser must install the non-transferable, self-deleting license script in the HUD in accordance with the instructions notecard.

Customizing the HUD

You can freely apply whatever textures and/or colors you want to any prim on the HUD to customize the look of it. You can move HUD buttons around and/or unlink and delete any buttons you don’t need. Don’t change the names of any prims except the root prim. Don’t change the quantity of texture prims (must be 8). Be sure to save your original HUD and any working customized versions along the way so you can backtrack if necessary if you break something. It happens!

Where to Buy

You can purchase the Teleporting HUD from my in-world store at http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Distorted/188/153/224 or from the SL Marketplace at https://marketplace.secondlife.com/p/Teleporting-HUD/18625483.

Posted by: Fred | November 3, 2020

Managed Area Security System

General Description

The Managed Area Security System (MASS) enables land owner (or their administrators) to manage security for several different areas of their land, all from a central monitor. It is especially suitable where there are multiple tenants on the same parcel, e.g. sky boxes, etc., but it can be used whenever the land owner needs to have separate white lists (avatars who are allowed entry) for different areas of the same parcel. This avoids the need to buy and maintain separate security orbs for each area. The MASS includes a central monitor, a Land Relay (for use on group owned land), and a transferable tenant HUD. The monitor is copy, no-transfer. The Land Relay is transfer, no-copy because it is intended to be transferred to the group owning the land.

Most system-wide parameters are entered into the monitor via a Config notecard. The following parameters can be set via the Config notecard:

  • Tenant names and associated monitored areas (see note below).
  • Owner’s white list. Takes precedence over tenants’ white lists. Any avatars on this white list will be allowed to enter any area of the parcel(s).
  • Administrator list. List of avatars allowed to operate the system and edit certain parameters.
  • Scanned area. Can be set to scan only the current parcel or all parcels with the same owner in the region.
  • Scan rate. The interval at which scans are repeated.
  • UUID of avatar to receive parcel-wide intrusion alert IMs.
  • Warning time. Time that an intruder is given to leave the area before being ejected or teleported home.
  • Eject intruder method. AWAY boots them off the sim, HOME teleports them home.
  • Turn monitor status colors on/off. Yellow=initializing, gray=not scanning, white=scanning, green=processing scan, magenta=intruder detected, red=intruder ejected.

Where to Buy

You can purchase the Managed Area Security System from my in-world store at http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Distorted/188/153/224 or from the SL Marketplace at https://marketplace.secondlife.com/p/Managed-Area-Security-System-MASS/20483112.

Posted by: Fred | November 3, 2020

Staff Availability Monitor & Notifier

General Description

MUCH MORE THAN JUST AN ONLINE MONITOR!

The Staff Availability Monitor & Notifier (SAMN) combines the functions of an online/offline status monitor/notifier with a work schedule monitor and visitor detector. Rather than displaying just “Online” or “Offline”, it displays “Available”, “Not Available”, or “Offline”. In order to display “Available”, the monitored staff member must be both online and scheduled to be working. This avoids nuisance paging IM’s when the staff member may be online but is not on duty (not scheduled to work). The staff member’s work schedule can be entered/update via a notecard and changed via a dialog menu. The owner can also designate administrators who are allowed to update work schedules.

Users touch the SAMN to page the staff member. If the staff member is online and scheduled to work (Available), they are sent an IM with information about the user. Otherwise the user is sent a message advising the staff member is not available or not online, and no IM is sent to the staff member. The SAMN also includes an optional visitor detector in case you want new arriving visitors to automatically and silently notify the staff member if they are online and available. No messages are sent to the user from the visitor detector.

Where to Buy

You can purchase the Staff Availability Monitor & Notifier from my in-world store at http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Distorted/188/153/224 or from the SL Marketplace at https://marketplace.secondlife.com/p/Staff-Availability-Monitor-Notifier/19798634.

Posted by: Fred | November 3, 2020

Networked Staff Paging System

General Description

The Networked Staff Paging System (NSPS) consists of a central server and any number remote devices (e.g. help buttons or visitor detectors) located anywhere grid wide. When a user touches a remote help button, or a new visitor is detected by a visitor detector, a message is sent to the server which, in turn, sends a notification IM (page) to staff members with information about the user or new visitor. The list of staff members is defined by a notecard in the server, so it is not necessary to change any remote objects to change the staff member list. The format and content of the IM sent to staff members are totally customizable by the server owner (see !NSPS Config notecard below), including clickable links that enable the staff members to respond quickly. This includes links to open the user’s profile, open an avatar-to-avatar IM session with the user, teleport to the remote object’s or new visitor’s location, open a world map showing the originating location, and/or open an IM session in the staff’s group to coordinate a response. You can also allow (or not allow) users to compose and send an IM to staff members.

Where to Buy

You can purchase the Networked Staff Paging System from my in-world store at http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Distorted/188/153/224 or from the SL Marketplace at https://marketplace.secondlife.com/p/Networked-Staff-Paging-System-NSPS/20016139.

Posted by: Fred | August 3, 2020

Avatar Script Scanner HUD

General Description

Avatars wearing items with an excessive number of scripts can cause severe sim lag. The Avatar Script Scanner HUD enables a host or hostess to select and scan any nearby avatar and show the number of scripts (running and disabled), script CPU time, and the creator for each attachment (excluding HUDs). It also shows the total number of scripts (running and disabled), script CPU time and number of prims for all attachments combined (including HUDs). It shows this information in private chat to the HUD owner.

Setup and Operation

There is no setup required. The only parameter that can be changed is the maximum range setting. This is set using the Range button on the HUD menu. The default setting is 20 meters, which corresponds to the maximum range at which normal chat can be heard. There is no maximum setting, but the avatar detection is limited to the current region. If the HUD is detached and re-attached, the maximum range will revert to the default 20 meters.

To operate, wear the HUD, optionally change the range setting, then select the desired avatar. You will see the script information in your private chat.

Example Output

[13:28] Avatar Script Scanner HUD: Attachments to Fred Allandale [56653fd1-844e-4cef-be5e-b28df445a37a]
[13:28] Avatar Script Scanner HUD: The attachment named ‘Classic Loafers -Black- // L’ created by emilia.redgrave has 3 script(s) running [0.000001 seconds].
[13:28] Avatar Script Scanner HUD: The attachment named ‘Classic Loafers -Black- // R’ created by viola.leigh has 3 script(s) running [0.000001 seconds].
[13:28] Avatar Script Scanner HUD: The attachment named ‘IKON Triumph Eyes (left) – Evening’ created by ikon.innovia has 1 script(s) running [0.000001 seconds].
[13:28] Avatar Script Scanner HUD: The attachment named ‘IKON Triumph Eyes (right) – Evening’ created by ikon.innovia has 1 script(s) running [0.000001 seconds].
[13:28] Avatar Script Scanner HUD: The attachment named ‘BELLEZA JAKE Size (Cuffv2) – DEAN Chinos (Black)’ created by coldash has 1 script(s) running [0.000001 seconds].
[13:28] Avatar Script Scanner HUD: The attachment named ‘Fred’s Aviator Glasses-NEW Gold’ created by skeat.abonwood has 0 script(s) running [0.000000 seconds].
[13:28] Avatar Script Scanner HUD: The attachment named ‘Kauna – XIV TShirt: Black (M)’ created by ross.myhre has 0 script(s) running [0.000000 seconds].
[13:28] Avatar Script Scanner HUD: The attachment named ‘Kauna – Tuxedo Jacket: Black OPEN‘ created by ross.myhre has 0 script(s) running [0.000000 seconds].
[13:28] Avatar Script Scanner HUD: The attachment named ‘LAQ ~ Radiant M04 (M) – Midnight’ created by winter.diprima has 0 script(s) running [0.000000 seconds].
[13:28] Avatar Script Scanner HUD: Non-HUD attachments have a total of 9 script(s) running [0.000005 seconds] and 0 script(s) disabled.
[13:28] Avatar Script Scanner HUD: HUD attachments have a total of 23 script(s) running [0.000084 seconds] and 0 script(s) disabled.
[13:28] Avatar Script Scanner HUD: Fred Allandale’s attachments have 32 total script(s) running and 0 script(s) disabled.
The scripts are consuming a total of 0.000089 seconds of CPU time.
The attachments have a total of 211 prims.

Where to Buy

You can purchase the Avatar Script Scanner HUD from my in-world store at http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Distorted/188/153/224 or from the SL Marketplace at https://marketplace.secondlife.com/p/Avatar-Script-Scanner-HUD/17531116.

Posted by: Fred | August 3, 2020

Send Timer Remote Control HUD

General Description

The Send Timer Remote Control HUD enables you to send a “Send Now” command to a Send Timer from anywhere on the grid. This is an added convenience for performers, mangers and hosts/hostesses that want to initiate sending from a Send Timer without being in the same sim. The Send Timer will accept commands from HUDs owned by anyone on the Send Timer’s AdminList in addition to the Send Timer’s owner. Multiple Send Timers can be controlled from one Send Timer Remote Control HUD. This is especially useful if you have a group of Send Timers pre-configured for different artists or venues.

NOTE: The Send Timer Remote Control HUD will only work with Send Timer version 1.4 (or later). If you have an earlier version Send Timer, rez and touch the SK Product Updater [Send Timer] that was included in the original delivery box to get the free Send Timer update.

Setup

There are two HUD styles included. One is for controlling a single Send Timer and the other is for controlling multiple Send Timers. The HUD objects are modifiable so you can easily customize them to your application. Set up your HUD as follows:

  1. If you own both this HUD and the associated Send Timer(s), skip ahead to step 3. Otherwise proceed to step 2.
  2. Rez the HUD on the ground or floor. Right-click the HUD and select “Edit” from the pie menu. Paste the key (uuid) of the owner of the associated Send Timer(s) into the HUD’s Description field on the General tab of the Edit window. This is NOT necessary if you own both the HUD and the associated Send Timer(s). Take the HUD back into inventory. NOTE: If you are not the owner of the Send Timer, make sure its owner has added you to its AdminList.
  3. Right-click the HUD in inventory and select Add or Wear. The HUD will appear near the top of your screen. You can adjust the position and size of the HUD by right-clicking it and selecting Edit from the pie menu. Adjust the position by dragging the vertical and horizontal arrows. Adjust the size by holding down the Shift and Ctrl keys while dragging the corner gray boxes. The adjusted HUD position and size will be remembered when you detach and wear/add it again.
  4. With the Edit window open, checkmark “Edit linked” near the top, then select a “Send Now” button. Paste the name of the Send Timer associated with that button into its Description Field. Repeat for all additional “Send Now” buttons. Do NOT change the name of the “Send Now” button.

Operation

While wearing the HUD, touch the desired “Send Now” button. If the command is accepted by the Send Timer, you will get a confirming message. If it is not accepted you will get a message indicating the reason. You must pre-configure the Send Timer to be ready for the Send Now command just the same as if you were selecting it directly from the Send Timer’s menu.

CAUTION: Please make sure not to remotely start a Send Now operation at a time when you think the associated Send Timer and kiosk are already busy sending. The HUD will not get an indication of when the send operations have completed, however selecting a “Send Now” button before the associated Send Timer has completed sending will result in a busy – try later message. In some unusual cases, this may interrupt normal operation of the Send Timer, requiring it to be reset which cannot be done remotely.

In the upper right corner of the HUD you will see buttons named Help (?), Minimize (v) and Detach (X), from left to right respectively. When the HUD is minimized, the Minimize button is replaced with a button named Maximize (^). The minimize/maximize feature is especially useful if you have configured the HUD to control multiple Send Timers.

Touching the Help (?) button will deliver the first notecard in the HUD’s Contents to the HUD owner. If there are no notecards in the Contents, the Help button will have no effect.

Touching the Detach (X) button will detach the HUD.

Where to Buy

You can purchase the Send Timer Remote Control HUD from my in-world store at http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Distorted/200/161/224 or from the SL Marketplace at https://marketplace.secondlife.com/p/Send-Timer-Remote-Control-HUD/17594506.

Posted by: Fred | August 3, 2020

SK Remote Control HUD

General Description

The SK Remote Control HUD enables Subscriber Kiosk owners to remotely initiate sending from their Master Kiosk from any location grid wide. The HUD is simple to set up and operate.

NOTE: This HUD will only work with Master Kiosk Release 18 (and later). Older Master Kiosks can be easily updated for free using the kiosk’s Update button.

Setup

You must paste the name of your Master Kiosk (case sensitive) into the description field of the HUD as follows:

  1. Right-click the Master Kiosk and select “Edit” from the pie menu.
  2. On the General tab of the Edit window, highlight and copy (CTRL-C) the name of the Master Kiosk.
  3. You must rez the HUD on the floor or ground. You will not be able to change the description field while the HUD is in inventory. Changes made while wearing the HUD will revert to its previous setting when detached.
  4. Right-click the HUD and select “Edit” from the pie menu.
  5. On the General tab of the Edit window, highlight the contents of the description field and paste (CTRL-V) in the name of the Master Kiosk.
  6. Close the Edit window.
  7. Take the HUD into inventory.

Operation

  1. Locate the HUD in inventory, right-click it, and select Add or Wear to wear it.
  2. Adjust the location and/or size of the HUD as desired as follows:

2a. Right-click the worn HUD and select Edit from the pie menu.
2b. If desired, reposition the HUD by dragging the horizontal and vertical arrows.
2c. If desired, resize the HUD by holding down the CTRL and SHIFT keys while dragging the corner gray boxes.

  1. Preload the sendable item(s) and/or IMCard into your Master Kiosk. Do NOT put them in the HUD.
  2. When you are ready to send, left-click the Send Item(s), Send IM, or Send Both button on the HUD.
  3. The HUD will either confirm the kiosk is sending, or will give an error message.
  4. You can detach the HUD at any time by clicking on the red Detach button (X) in the upper right corner, or right-clicking it and selecting Detach from the pie menu, or right-clicking it in inventory and selecting Detach from Yourself from the drop down menu. The next time you add the HUD, it will remember that last location and size set in step 2 above.
  5. Clicking on the yellow Minimize button (v) will minimize the HUD in its current location on the screen. When the HUD is minimized, it will not show any Send buttons. To Maximize the HUD, click the yellow maximize button (^).
  6. Clicking on the blue help button (?) will give the owner the first notecard in the HUD (e.g. this notecard).

Where to Buy

You can purchase the SK Remote Control HUD from my in-world store at http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Distorted/200/161/224 or from the SL Marketplace at https://marketplace.secondlife.com/p/SK-Remote-Control-HUD/17594529

Posted by: Fred | August 3, 2020

Subscriber Kiosk Query

General Description

The Subscriber Kiosk Query device allows authorized users to have the following limited interactions with a Master Kiosk via the Query device pop-up menu:

Count: Shows the number of subscribers and the total subscriber capacity of the Master Kiosk
List: Lists the names of all subscribers in the Master Kiosk
Abort: Stop the listing of subscriber names.
Cancel: Closes the pop-up menu without action.

Setup

  1. Put the name of the associated Master Kiosk in the Description field of the Query device.
  2. Put the names of the authorized users on the notecard named “Authorized Users”. One name per line.
    NOTE: If you want to authorize all members of the same group as the Query device is set to, put the word GROUP on a notecard line.
    NOTE: if you want to authorize everyone to use the Query device, put the word EVERYONE on a notecard line.

NOTE: You can modify the Query device prim as you desire or you can copy the script and Authorized Users notecard to an object you create.

Restrictions

  1. The Master Kiosk and the Query device must have the same owner.
  2. The Master Kiosk and the Query device must be in the same sim (region).
  3. If you used the word GROUP on the “Authorized Users” notecard, you must set the Query device to the desired group. To do this, right click on the Query device, select Edit from pie, and select the General tab on the edit window. if the “Group” is not set to the desired group, click on the small wrench icon and select the desired group.

Where to Buy

You can purchase the Query Device from my in-world store at http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Distorted/188/149/224 or from the SL Marketplace at https://marketplace.secondlife.com/p/Subscriber-Kiosk-Query/19483507

Posted by: Fred | August 3, 2020

Discount Sale Vendor

General Description

The Subscriber Kiosk (SK) Discount Sale Vendor provides the following main functions:

  • Sells a single or groups of inventory items contained in folders.
  • Option to join and/or offer a discount to members of your Subscriber Kiosk or your Second Life (SL) Group.
  • Option to specify 4 different prices: Non-sale non-member, non-sale member, sale non-member and sale member.
  • Option to preset single or multiple sale dates/times and offer special sale discounts.
  • Automatically changes textures during sale and non-sale periods.
  • Includes a DSV HUD that acts like a Remote Control for changing the sale dates/times on groups of vendors.

Customers who are current Subscriber Kiosk and/or SL Group members are offered the member price. Others are offered the non-member price. In order to prevent people from subscribing just to get the member price then unsubscribing, you can specify the number of days someone has to have been a kiosk subscriber before being offered the member price. The number of prior days option is not available for SL Groups.

The pre-programmed sale feature is extremely flexible. It allows you to pre-program any number of sale dates/times in advance, as well as the inventory items, folder name, prices, textures, and other parameters associated with each sale period. Each sale period’s parameters are specified on a separate Subscriber DSV Config notecard. There is no limit to number of config notecards and associated sale periods. Each config notecard is loaded sequentially at the end of the previous sale period. Additional features include the following:

  • Can be use with or without a Subscriber Kiosk.
  • Specify a sale period that repeats indefinitely after a specified number of days.
  • Specify whether the vendor will or will not sell during non-sale periods.
  • If the vendor is set to not sell during non-sale periods, clicking it will show when the next sale will start if applicable.
  • Customizable welcome dialog text displayed in pop-up box with selection buttons.
  • Send or not send transaction IMs.
  • Send or not send transaction emails.
  • Specify up to 10 avatar splits.
  • Specify folder names in which inventory items are delivered (defaults to vendor object name).
  • Specify the time zone for the sale start/end date/time parameters (UTC or SLT).
  • Free gift items can by given by setting the corresponding price to zero.
  • Non-members can be prevented from buying by setting the non-member price to 1000000 (1 million) or greater. Non-member price shows as “Not Allowed”.
  • Set hover text off, on only when not idle, or always on.
  • Change the sale date/time using a remote control HUD on up to 11 groups of vendors (no limit to the number of vendors in a vendor group).

The SK Discount Sale Vendor is mod/copy/no-transfer. Scripts are no-mod/copy/no-transfer.

Where to buy

You can purchase the Discount Sale Vendor from my in-world store at http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Distorted/210/167/224 or from the SL Marketplace at https://marketplace.secondlife.com/p/SK-Discount-Sale-Vendor/5894875

Posted by: Fred | July 23, 2020

Avatar Select & Give HUD

General Description

The Avatar Select and Give (ASG) HUD provides a convenient way for venue managers, hosts or hostesses to quickly select an avatar, then select and give that avatar a notecard, landmark, or object from the HUD inventory. It also has options to select a Second Life Group and send the avatar a link to join it, or subscribe the avatar to a Subscriber Kiosk (sold separately). In addition, the selected avatar can be sent a website link. Also, pre-configured chat messages can be said or shouted on the public chat channel. The owner can select from any number of avatars, notecards, landmarks, objects, Groups, Subscriber Kiosks, website links or public chat message using pop-up dialog box menus.

WARNING: Spamming is against the Second Life Terms of Service (TOS). This HUD may not be used for spamming.

HUD Setup

The only setup required is putting your desired parameters on !ASG Config notecard. Comment lines (beginning with //) on the notecard explain the purpose and format of each parameter.

If you want to be able to subscribe avatars to your Subscriber Kiosk, you will need to drop the Subscriber SecurityCode script into the Master Kiosk(s) to get the SecurityCode(s) for the kiosk(s) that will go onto the !ASG Config notecard.

Operation

Wear the HUD. It defaults to the center HUD position on your screen but you can change its size, location and HUD attachment point if you prefer. Sending something to an avatar is a two step process.

First touch the Avatar Select button on the HUD and select the target avatar from the pop-up menu. If there are more than 9 avatars in the monitored area, you will see a Next-> and/or <-Prev button on the menu to allow paging. Each avatar has a number. Use the corresponding number button to select the avatar. The selected avatar’s name will appear above the Avatar Select button in green text.

To select an avatar who is not currently in the monitored area, select the menu button named “Name or Key”. Enter the user name (not display name) or the key (uuid) of the avatar you want to select. The selected avatar’s name will appear above the Avatar Select button in white text if they are online.

Once an avatar is selected, you can touch any of the other buttons on the HUD, then select the item from the pop-up menu to be given to the selected avatar. The avatar will remain selected until you select another avatar. Also the avatar selected (if green) will be removed if you try to give them an item but they have left the monitored area, or about a minute after they leave the monitored area if you don’t try to give them anything. To remove the avatar selection and re-read the config notecard, click the small power button in the upper left of the HUD.

To say or shout a pre-configured message on the public channel, click the “Public Chat Say” or “Public Chat Shout” button. You don’t need to select an avatar first. If an avatar is already select, it will be deselected. All avatars within the selected chat range (say = 20 meters, shout = 100 meters) will see the chat via the public channel.

To minimize the size of the HUD, click the “Minimize” button. To maximize a HUD that has been minimized, click the “Select Avatar” button.

Where to Buy

You can purchase the Avatar Select & Give HUD from my in-world store at http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Distorted/188/152/224 or from the SL Marketplace at https://marketplace.secondlife.com/p/Avatar-Select-and-Give-HUD/6622103.

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