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Hello Henri,

some ideas I have:

* would it be possible to mark worn items in inventory with a color too instead of using bold only)? I find it rather hard often, to see the difference. maybe already possible via editing an xml file?

* totally crazy idea: right-click on a folder to 'box it'... means: to create a prim with the same name, move everything into the prim and put back into inventory? That would be a very efficient way to reduce the inventory count without throwing stuff away. Sure that could cause some complications too, like no-mod items getting renamed etc... Just thinking. :p

And a question about fonts... have you ever tried to replace the default SansSerif font with a more ... interesting one? Without any too big problems (too large font exceeding window borders etc.)?


2015-01-25 10:18:27
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Tillie wrote:
Hello Henri,

some ideas I have:

* would it be possible to mark worn items in inventory with a color too instead of using bold only)? I find it rather hard often, to see the difference. maybe already possible via editing an xml file?
(Almost) Everything is possible... The actual question is: is it needed ?... See this screenshot:
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I don't find it difficult to see the difference between worn and not-worn items...

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* totally crazy idea: right-click on a folder to 'box it'... means: to create a prim with the same name, move everything into the prim and put back into inventory? That would be a very efficient way to reduce the inventory count without throwing stuff away. Sure that could cause some complications too, like no-mod items getting renamed etc... Just thinking. :p
Problems start with the assets server reliability: should a viewer-side initiated transaction fail because of a server-side issue, you could end up with missing items (especially no-copy ones)... Sorry, but I won't take this risk.

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And a question about fonts... have you ever tried to replace the default SansSerif font with a more ... interesting one? Without any too big problems (too large font exceeding window borders etc.)?
Yes, I tried several and found a few possible replacements for the v1 UI viewers fonts (Amble, Arena, Doris, Droid, Android, Oregon LDO, Roboto, Rocko, Saxony-Serial...), but none were as good looking as the original SL v1 viewers font...


2015-01-25 15:18:54
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* totally crazy idea: right-click on a folder to 'box it'... means: to create a prim with the same name, move everything into the prim and put back into inventory? That would be a very efficient way to reduce the inventory count without throwing stuff away. Sure that could cause some complications too, like no-mod items getting renamed etc... Just thinking. :p
Problems start with the assets server reliability: should a viewer-side initiated transaction fail because of a server-side issue, you could end up with missing items (especially no-copy ones)... Sorry, but I won't take this risk.

Yah no, that's why I asked. Thought it would be too risky, though. But asking doesn't cost anything except some time.

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And a question about fonts... have you ever tried to replace the default SansSerif font with a more ... interesting one? Without any too big problems (too large font exceeding window borders etc.)?
Yes, I tried several and found a few possible replacements for the v1 UI viewers fonts (Amble, Arena, Doris, Droid, Android, Oregon LDO, Roboto, Rocko, Saxony-Serial...), but none were as good looking as the original SL v1 viewers font...[/quote]

Ok then. :)


2015-01-25 17:59:03
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