Meade, on the jira, asks, "Any thoughts on LL reaching out to merchants that are horribly abusing the scripting system with things like resize scripts? I'm sure residents could generate a list of mercants and/or products that are in the 'pure evil' category. A polite note from LL about converting products from one-script-per-prim to the new one-llStuffNoDelay would go over a lot better than lots of notes from angry club owners."
On one hand it would be good, on the other, would those hair/shoe/whatever sellers get their backs up? The way things currently stand to change eventually, it will be market forces (customer: I won't buy your hair because it puts me over the script limit. seller: *changes hair scripting*) over time, with some customers just losing out a bit if a product isn't updated.
It might be better if (since people love conspiracies and being in the know about anything) someone, or group, started a list of high-script products to avoid (also throw no-mod attached invisiprims in there) and whisperingly passed the link around.
Classes in How to Create Resize Scripts, and Consumer's Guide to Understanding Scripts would be great - maybe places like Raglan and Caledon - any community - would be good places to run them. And/or Torley videos, too.
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