LiveIMs improvements and HUD fix

The issue with broken HUD “new IM” indicator has been fixed. It works properly now: the indicator appears with new IMs arrive; and disappears when you read all these IMs.

Also, the Live IMs add-on web interface has been improved:

  • the dialog messages made compact (excessive sender’s name removed),
  • “mark all IMs read” button added.

Grid-wide bot issues, SmartBots fixed already

Second Life scripted agents (bots) are currently facing problems (see SL JIRA bug). SmartBots dev team just released a workaround for our bots. Bots are logging in without problems.

If your bot does not log in yet, please contact SmartBots support. We are restarting bots gradually with a patched software, and your agent may not be restarted yet. Support will push it forward.

Maintenance: we have good news and, well, another good news

We are working on integrating bots and Second Life with Discord. Thus, the bots just got a new experimental brains upgrade which is able to be a Discord bot in addition to Second Life bot.

We’ve rolled out the experimental release yesterday, and, ehm, it was too experimental. Few hours later, the subject bots started crushing everything around, eating memory without washing the hands first… you know, very inadequate behavior for good bots!

The reason has been found: this is a Discord’s unstoppable fun made our decent bots crazy! Our team did and applied a special Discord-resistance patch for all of the bots. So far, everything is calm since then!

No kidding: we’ve did a release with new experimental integrations, and it messed some things up. Few updated bots managed to overload and crush two of our servers, causing the account and system lags. The problem is fixed now.

If you are using Discord for your Second Life activity, please contact us (either by replying to this blog post, or by contacting our support). We will be glad to know the ways you use Discord!

Advanced Notices now allows custom scheduling!

Advanced Notices add-on is designed to enhance your business by sending important notices and announcements using a calendar-based interface.

Recently we conducted a survey asking for feedback regarding the Advanced Notices add-on, as always our users were kind enough to provide very useful feedback. Thank you!

We added a feature to allow custom scheduling, when you visit your Advanced Notices add-on

1. Visit your Advanced Notices and create new notice
2. Enable the Repeat option
3. You will notice the Custom option that you can click.

This option will allow you to enter your own schedule, which our system will recognize, parse it with our scheduling and give you the confirmation.

 

To find out more information and what kind of scheduling rules you can currently enter, Visit Custom Schedule Documentation

You can purchase the Advanced Notices add-on from our add-on store – if you need any help, feel free to contact our 24/7 Live Chat Support

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