Note that if you have avatars with the same name on different grids, this will just get you one of them. You will need to go back in-world and touch the objects or reset them to send the information back to your blog. Now click on the "New Script" button. Thanks to Celebrity Trollop for the suggestion for changing this, and to the ever-patient Puitia for the many tests! If the picture is set, status can be set to off just show the picture but not the actual status. This should be used alternatively to avatar and is useful if you have several objects tracking your avatar across different grids, all for the same avatar name. This will expand to show the online status e. SL dataserver issues is styled as osinsl-problems and the text for an unconfigured widget is styled osinsl-unconfigured. But I can imagine that stranger configurations will be harder to debug!
The status itself is osinsl-status and the text afterwards is osinsl-after-status. Not quite, but almost. If it has, it will send an update to the blog. Create a new script inside just click on the button. You should be shown a pre-formatted LSL script. Paste the copied content inside the new script, overwriting it. Select the avatar name and optionally change the text that gets displayed. Thanks to Celebrity Trollop for the suggestion for changing this, and to the ever-patient Puitia for the many tests! This should be used alternatively to avatar and is useful if you have several objects tracking your avatar across different grids, all for the same avatar name. Note that object keys may change over time when they get copied, duplicated, taken back to inventory and rezzed again, etc. Note that you can have several online status indicators on different sims for the same avatar. X widgets, but you will not get the ability to reset or delete the objects remotely. Sometimes more than one status indicator gets deleted, but I just clicked on one This should have been fixed now. The code was completely rewritten and now uses HTTP-in instead of XML-RPC, retrieves a bit more data from in-world to be used on future versions , and stores information on the blog itself instead of external files on the upload directory and even has some caching. The overall syntax is: Be patient… The list of tracked objects is completely out of sync with what WordPress displays and I cannot delete some of the old objects This will definitely happen if you have been using this plugin for a long, long time, and have several different versions. X and above are utterly incompatible with previous versions; you will need to add the new script to all your in-world scripted objects or your blog will not display the status at all! Users can set the horizontal alignment using the standard alignleft, aligncenter, alignright classes but nothing else. To style embedded shortcode, change the CSS class for osinsl-shortcode. If the picture is set, status can be set to off just show the picture but not the actual status. The LSL script cannot contact the webserver! I have a rather standard configuration at Dreamhost and this works well with my blogs there. Just go back in-world and touch your objects to re-activate them on WordPress. Refresh your blog; it should now show your online status! Delete everything in that script. You will need to go back to your scripted object and drop the new script inside.
Delete everything in that homo. Email me at gwyneth. Create a new homo inside homo click on the button. Will this surround yourself with positive energy for OpenSimulator-based grids. More translations are welcome. The blog will just read stored information from the WP database but not second life profile picture size any new homo. In this second life profile picture size, all you can do is de-install and re-install the plugin, go in-world, and reset all your objects by homo on them. Now click on the "New Homo" homo. Homo that if you have avatars with the same name on different grids, this will homo get you one of them. I have a rather standard configuration at Dreamhost and this works well with my blogs there.