Teleporter with Rotation Full Version
This Second Life® teleporter is ideal for use with a skybox and for teleporting across regions. 2-3 second teleports across the full sim or to a full-height skybox! No more side trips to 0,0,0 during teleports! The Teleporter with Rotation Full Version will teleport avatars much faster and with a cleaner visual experience than the typical Second Life Teleporter. Most teleporters use variations of the same free, buggy warpPos exploit script that LL has been threatening to disable since it was written back when SL was new. This teleporter doesn’t, it uses the new llSetRegionPos teleport function created in 2012 by Linden Lab, with some major tweaks to make it faster, smoother, and more reliable/accurate. Plus the Teleporter with Rotation Full Version has lots of features, and gives you total control over them. Download the FREE DEMO and give it a try! Link to Teleporter with Rotation Full Version.
Global Rotation Compass
This compass shows degrees of rotation in-world. It also indicates the directions North, South, East, & West in Second Life®. When rezzed it will automatically turn to align itself to point north. It can also be used as a patio or floor decoration.
Order your Global Rotation Compass here.
If you have one of the original free version 1 teleporters, these teleporters used a exploit called PosJump to work. Software changes to the scripting language that Second Life® uses have caused that exploit to no longer be reliable or in many cases, to stop working. There is no way to fix this. The solution is to upgrade to a teleporter that uses the new, Second Life supported teleporting function called “llSetRegionPos” which is supposed to be a new, reliable method of scripting teleporters. Unfortunately…
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Linden Home Retrofitted with One Way Glass
Unlike the real world, one-way glass windows in Second Life® are easy to install on an existing window, even on a pre-fab Linden Home. In SL a one-way glass window is tinted or completely transparent from the inside so you can see out, but it is completely opaque from the outside. Nobody can see in, even at night with the lights on!
If you have a pre-built home like a Linden Home™ or a packaged home you bought, you can still easily tint them or make them look like one-way glass. All you do is place a one-way glass pane right over the existing window glass.