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I finally found one called the 'polite' facelight and it was probably the smallest radius I had seen. Report Inappropriate Content (608 Views) Comments (0) Permalink 0 Kudos You must be a registered user to add a comment. You may not like to hear that...but it is true.I would like to say that life is too short to spend fighting over facelights in SL. It works for greifers as well. check over here

So perhaps those who are so pleased with their appearance under tweaked windlight settings are looking less than fine to the majority. Some members of the elites attempt to suppress the majority's pursuit of SL happiness by harassing facelight users. Post a Comment Francine Brandi Honored Resident Posts: 16 Answered Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe to RSS Feed Print Email to a Friend Report Inappropriate Content on ‎10-29-2010 12:34 AM All rights reserved. https://community.secondlife.com/t5/General/My-facelight-stopped-working-all-facelights/qaq-p/696145

Posted by: Trin Trevellion | Friday, January 14, 2011 at 01:59 PM Ob osgrid you can completly disable facelights .. Boddies by Bobbie, quality shapes at a reasonable pricehttp://boddiesbybobbie.wordpress.com/Quoth the Ravenn, clothing for mesh parts with appliers.https://itsallaboutthatmesh.wordpress.com/ Report Inappropriate Content Message 189 of 215 (370 Views)   Reply Pussycat Catnap Advisor This letter was written not to provoke a fight...but to try and help some people realize the situation is not just facelights......half of the problem is with the viewer's settings. I'm not wearing a facelight for your super optimized perfectly wonderful windlight enabled super viewer.

just means you haven't found the right setting yet. I'm not 100% sure but I think bling is a particle so make sure Max particle count is greater than zero.--Cinn Report Inappropriate Content (987 Views) Comments (0) Permalink 0 Kudos The problem is not facelights themselves. But they're still awful.

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thanks in advance!You are going to find that this is a hot button topic.It's also a perfect example about how what you see on your screen may not be (and probably Posted by: Adeon Writer | Thursday, March 10, 2011 at 03:38 PM Post a comment If you have a TypeKey or TypePad account, please Sign In. Posted by: Ananda | Saturday, January 15, 2011 at 08:32 PM @Ananda: I know, right? Teach windlight uses who don't know how, how easy it is to turn off attached lights so we can see who we're dealing with without the glare from the light, and

that word being key, to highlight my face in a dark setting situation. Bonuses I put the question to SL fashionistas: WindLight or nothing, or facelights in moderation? I am a person who has used the facelight that came with my premium brand skin. I think most people who are complaining about facelights would be horrified if I asked them to change their settings for my enjoyment; but yet that is what these 3 people

Otherwise, register and sign in. check my blog Highlight the texture and click Select Go to the Feature tab and check the Light checkbox Adjust Intensity, 'Radius and Falloff' as needed Pick the prim up and attach it to But I love adrenaline rushes. WorldMap Shopping Buy Land Community Help Controls Community Help Answers Forums Blogs Knowledge Base Second Life : Answers : Controls : I have a facelight on but cannot see it.

Post a Comment Marigold Devin Recognized Helper Posts: 6,470 Answered Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Print Email to a Friend Report Inappropriate Content on ‎01-05-2014 07:35 But it might also be asking everyone else to limit their visual options because one person refuses to use modern graphics settings. With. http://johnfladung.net/second-life/second-life-hud-not-working.html If you've already registered, sign in.

Report Inappropriate Content (463 Views) Comments (0) Permalink 0 Kudos You must be a registered user to add a comment. This page has been accessed 30,628 times. Please contact Linden Labs and suggest that they change their policy.This is doubly unfortunate since that particular policy (charging for listing free items in the Marketplace) never actually implemented.

Report Inappropriate Content Message 184 of 215 (437 Views)   Reply Caitlin Tobias Advisor Posts: 1,798 Re: Ditch the Facelight Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight

I like the way builds look with windlight. Facelights are absolutely, positively NOT for walking around with. I guess if you *like* the "I'm a fake cartoon" look, you'll agree with her, but to me the article makes a good case for why facelights are a very bad If you cannot see bling, check both of those controls.

I've been analyzing your posts, and I'm fairly certain I could replace you with a shell script of five lines or fewer. Occam's Razor (House version): the simplest explanation is invariably ... Posted by: pho | Sunday, January 16, 2011 at 12:33 PM I think Fleep is probably correct when she says that the majority of people in SL are not using windlight. http://johnfladung.net/second-life/second-life-ao-not-working.html I use facelights in SL for the same reason photographers use fill flash, and I do my best to remember to take them off when I'm done taking pictures. (Sometimes I

LL need to be convinced that in the case of Windlight, less is more. Hiro makes an interesting observation. Comments: Advertise here: Contact FM We may not see eye to eye....but we can still be friends.

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Report Inappropriate Content (463 Views) Comments (0) Permalink 0 Kudos You must be a registered user to add a comment. Notice...there are two halves to this problem....two people involved. Retrieved from "http://wiki.secondlife.com/w/index.php?title=Facelight&oldid=281483" Categories: Help PortalHelp/ObjectGlossaryHidden categories: Needs Translation/deNeeds Translation/esNeeds Translation/elNeeds Translation/frNeeds Translation/heNeeds Translation/itNeeds Translation/jaNeeds Translation/koNeeds Translation/nlNeeds Translation/huNeeds Translation/noNeeds Translation/daNeeds Translation/svNeeds Translation/trNeeds Translation/plNeeds Translation/ptNeeds Translation/ruNeeds Translation/thNeeds Translation/ukNeeds Translation/zh-HansNeeds Translation/zh-HantArticles in need I'm wearing it for everyone else - ie the vast majority of people in the world. :)" now I'm gonna point out a flaw in that particular reasoning.

All she has to do is put in a little time in tweaking her settings. No prejudice, no discrimination. - Lutan FyahGetting started in Second Life | Getting good Body Proportions in SL | Rasta Music | Gallery Report Inappropriate Content Message 190 of 215 (333 Otherwise, register and sign in. Report Inappropriate Content (309 Views) Comments (0) Permalink 0 Kudos You must be a registered user to add a comment.

Post a Comment PeterCanessa Oh Helper Posts: 4,688 Registered: ‎09-15-2009 Answered Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Print Email to a Friend Report Inappropriate Content on ‎04-04-2011 The problem is the lower lip that looks fine when editing the shape but is alwaysunrealistically coloured (e.g. Posted by: Samantha Poindexter | Saturday, January 15, 2011 at 11:35 AM I tried "tweaking windlight settings" as Iris Ophelia suggested. You really don't need it.

Posted by: Mistletoe | Friday, January 14, 2011 at 12:27 PM Ya, her "windlight" screenshots are a total straw man. Post a Comment Griffin Ceawlin Recognized Helper Posts: 5,382 Registered: ‎12-15-2009 Answered Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Print Email to a Friend Report Inappropriate Content on Report Inappropriate Content Message 3 of 24 (700 Views)   Reply Perrie Juran Advisor Posts: 11,226 Registered: ‎10-16-2009 Re: face light and body light problem Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe