the talented Mick Scarbridge seems like the kind of person i would like to be! someone who is not scared to explore scripting and also someone who comes up with fresh ideas
i fear failing with OpenSim scripting and i also fear creating crappy scripts that make my labour of love turn into a horrendous user experience! because of that (and actual laziness), all i tend to use are sit scripts (not even animated ones!) and omega rotations!
how lame is that!?! o_O
it would be too easy for me to say “well, i did a little scripting inSL, but then went to Opensim 0.6.7 and nothing worked, then some later version made my sits rotate by 90 degrees, and blah, blah, blah . . .”, but let’s call it what it is – fear!
now that i have gotten that off my chest (and copped out), is anyone interested in trying out Mick’s new cross-platform script for vehicles?
he’s been posting about here on the blog and made a nice pastebin version available (nicely commented too), so i think it’s okay that i mention it =)
ideally Mick’s script works in OpenSim, InWorldz, and Second Life
i haven’t tried it in Kitely or Sim-on-a-Stick yet and didn’t want to keep this to myself. if you try it and like it, comment on what grid you did and your experience with it. if you have constructive criticism, share that too!
i might secretly fire up SoaS here at work to see for myself, i’d love an easy vehicle script!
thanks Mick! =)
Pastebin location – http://pastebin.com/PtumTgzU