In which our heroine shows how she would build a carpet that unrolls and rolls back up again.
The Linden Scripting Language, LSL, has two aspects that are a bit unlike other languages you may know, events, and states. We've had a brief Introduction to Events: now let's talk about states. One of the essential aspects of any programming or scripting language is the ability to make a decision. This is usually provided... Continue Reading →
Why do I do what I do in this odd world? I've been wondering that myself. Dizzi and I close our days quite often with a sisterly chat at about 9 PM my time and 2 AM her time. Don't ask me why she stays up that late: I certainly wouldn't. We talk about our... Continue Reading →
Wait! Check the comments on Refactoring V! (Dizzi phones in long distance) I think the ideal animation on a leg (assuming it takes a finite time to do it and may happen between two frames of display at 50 Hz) is to make the new leg position visible first, then immediately delete the old position... Continue Reading →
Here I am looking for some privacy behind my electric fence. I'm going to push this leg-list idea just a bit further, then we'll see if we like it. Remember that the data looks like this: integer LF2 = 9; integer LF3 = 7; integer LF4 = 4; integer LF5 = 8; integer LF_STAND =... Continue Reading →