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  • Andrea DeLauren at DiXmiX in Second Life

    You all will know Andrea DeLauren (andreadelauren.resident) as one of our most competent estate agents for a while already. This week she surprised us all with one of her other talents! Turns out she is one of Second Life’s best artists too! Check out her exhibition at DiXmiX this week, a series of 12 avatar studies. Read more about it at modemworld.me or check out her work next time you stop by at our pay center because we were so impressed by her work that we arranged a permanent exhibition for her there!

    Here the link to the modemworld article:

    Andrea DeLauren at DiXmiX in Second Life

  • Why Does Teleport Fail so Much?

    Teleport can fail in several ways:

    • you simply don’t go anywhere but remain where you were
    • you get disconnected
    • you crash out

    The first of these cases may often be due to simple things like the region you are trying to get to is full, or you have no access to it, or it has gone down. Try again after a few minutes.

    Also, please note that “teleport threading”, an attempt to mitigate the effects of mono memory leak, have led to an increase in TP failures, often resulting in your being logged out of SL altogether.

    Things to try:

    • Disable RLV if you have it enabled, then relog. See if you can now teleport. If you can, you may have had an RLV restriction in place.
    • If you aren’t crashing or disconnecting but aren’t getting anywhere, try TPing to different locations. It may just be one region giving you trouble. “Puddle jumping” by going to a different one first might help you get around sim issues.
    • Try opening the landmark you are trying to TP to and let the information in the LM load fully before clicking Teleport.
    • Having your bandwidth set too high is a frequent cause of TP failure. Go to Preferences – Network and Files – Connection and set bandwidth to 300, and see if that improves things. If it does, you can increase gradually, up to a maximum of 1500.
    • There may be a problem with your connection. Log off and try resetting your router/modem. Unplug it for a minimum of two minutes. If it has a battery backup, remove the battery as well. It does not hurt to reboot your computer at this time. After at least two minutes have passed, plug the router/modem back in and/or replace the battery and log back in.
    • If you crash or get logged out on all or most TPs, then you may need to add new DNS numbers in your system’s networking settings. Mac users may also be experiencing other issues like an empty friends list or trouble viewing rigged mesh.
    • If you are using a firewall, try disabling it temporarily and seeing if that improves things. Norton products in particular have been known to severely impair various SL functions, including teleports and texture rezzing, but the same issues may appear with other firewalls as well. If this solves the problem, re-enable the firewall, and then configure it to allow your browser access to the ‘net
    • Right-click your tag or a non-prim part of your avatar and select Script Info. If the number of scripts reported is in the triple digits, then it might be causing the TP fail. Try removing scripted prims. To determine which attachments contain the most scripts, go to World → Parcel Details, click Script Info at the bottom and then Avatar at the top. This will list your scripted attachments with their size in memory (not number of scripts) to help you know what to try removing first.1) Note that UNscripted prims have no effect on TP failing.2)
    • If you have teleport screens disabled, try turning them back on: Preferences → Move & View -> Teleports → Disable Teleport Screens … make sure it is NOT checked.

    Source: wiki.phoenixviewer.com

  • EEP Issues – Environment Enhancement Project

    EEP Issues

    Linden Lab will soon release the Environment Enhancement Project (EEP): Please read Environmental Enhancement Project for a full description!

    This project revamps the old Windlight system and among other things, includes

    • support for 24-hr day cycles
    • server-side support for parcel Windlight
    • the ability to set custom sun, moon and cloud textures on your region or parcel that everyone using an EEP viewer can see.

    As of Tuesday, March 19, server-side support for EEP was rolled to all regions on the main grid. This means that all region Windlights in use were automatically converted over to the EEP system.

    Viewing the new EEP skies on a viewer that doesn’t yet have EEP support (like Firestorm 6.0.2 and older) may cause the skies to look slightly different in some cases.

    • If you are have a specific Windlight sky set in your viewer (i.e. one you have chosen from Quick Prefs, Phototools, or World menu → Sun Position), then the sky will look the same.
    • If you are on a parcel with a Firestorm parcel Windlight set, the sky will look the same because the viewer just reads the Windlight settings in the parcel description and applies those settings locally.
    • However, if you are viewing a region Windlight (World → Sun Position → Estate Time) the sky will look different from how it used to.
    • If the sky has visible stars, the stars will look much larger and blotchy. If ALM is enabled, the stars will also look black instead of white.
    • The sun may be bigger or smaller than it should be.
    • There may be subtle lighting differences.

    All these problems will should be fixed with your next viewer updates if you are on 3rd Party viewers.

    If you want to test out EEP, you can currently do so using the Linden Lab EEP Release Candidate viewer available from Official Linden Lab Alternative Viewers.

    Please don’t swamp our support with questions about EEP. Read the SL page linked above, test out the project viewer if you wish, and follow the forums to stay up to date on development as we don’t know more than written there.


    Today I am pleased to announce that Willowdale Estate now is part of LUXORY. As new CEO of Willowdale Estate I would like to welcome all Willowdale Residents to our fast growing family and I want to assure you that you are in good hands with us. Welcome!

    Of course, Imagin Illyar will remain in charge as Willowdale’s General Manager and she will take care of your needs and be there for you now and in the future. I know her for many years and she has my full trust!

    LUXORY is one of the most trusted Estates in Second Life founded way back in 2007. Today, thousands of satisfied Residents call LUXORY their home, and now you are part of it. Enjoy our 24/7 support, well managed regions, a huge openwater ocean with sailable waters and very affordable land fees. This merger also means lower land fee for almost all Willowdale Residents!

    Feel free to send me a friendship offer and add me to your friendslist. For support, please contact Imagin Illyar or visit the LUXORY Land Center when Imagin is offline. You can find us here:


    Also, feel free to use our support form from now on:


    Moving frome one of our estates to another is no problem. Simply contact one of our estate managers, pick the land you like and we will transfer your remaining tier from one estate to another! Moving was never easier!

    Happy Holidays to you, your family and friends!

    Vanity Bonetto

  • LINDEN LAB: Improved Region Capacity and Access

    Currently, when a region is full, access to the region is simply on a first come first served basis. This leads to a sort of distributed race to enter the full region; users repeatedly try to teleport or cross into the region and fail until someone leaves.  The next attempt made by anyone  succeeds, which makes the region full again. Even the region owner and estate managers must compete with other Residents to get into their own region if they find themselves outside of the region when it is full.

    Linden Lab is introducing some improvements to how region limits and region entry work. Read the full article HERE


    We wish all our customers, friends and members a Happy New Year 2017 – may all your wishes come true! Thanks for your trust in us and for your loyality – in 2017 we will continue providing you with the best virtual land in Second Life and we are looking forward to many more years at your side.

    Vanity Bonetto and the LUXORY TEAM



    Over the past 2 days a rumor built up about a coming increase of the prim limits for all Second Life regions and now it has been officially confirmed by Linden Lab.

    The Lab is going to increase the prim limit as shown in the graphic below:














    Linden Lab already started upgrading Mainland Regions on 3rd of November. Mainland Regions will be upgraded first to test how the regions are performing with an increased number of Prim before they roll it out to the entire Grid. If everything goes well we can expect Private Regions to be upgraded in a couple of months according to Patch Linden.

    Watch Linden Lab’s Tutorial Video here (17:46 min) : https://www.slartist.com/designing-worlds-dw320x-linden-lab-special-edition_317145976.html

    • When can LUXORY Residents expect the changes to happen in our Regions ?
      – According to Linden Lab we can expect these changes to take place within a couple of months. First Linden Lab wants to test how the regions are performing.
    • How many Prim will be added to your Property ?
      – The increase in Prim will be 33 % for all Land in Private Estate Regions. For example, if you had 974 Prim before you will have 1,295 Prim after the changes took place.
    • Will Land Tier go up once the additional Prims are available ?
      – Your Land Tier will remain unchanged. We will NOT raise Tier for your land when the additional Prims become available.

    We will keep you posted in our group notices and here on our Website about news. Please use our support form here on our Website if you have any questions now.

    Vanity Bonetto