Ready to Script?

Toady is giving Raglan four fabulous scripting classes starting this Monday, February 15th. Each class will be offered at two times – 11:00 am and 5:00 pm – so if you can’t make the morning, hopefully you can make the night class.

ToadyScripts One ~ Using Easy Scripts ~ 2.15.2010 ~ 11:00 am and 5:00 pm
Ever wondered how to make stuff happen in SL? Things that move, talk, have text, and more are “scripted.” Whether beginner, intermediate or advanced, you’ll get something out of this easy and free class. Take home working gadgets and an understanding of how to read and change LSL scripts.

Basic Scripts:
Scrubber
Default Script
Set Text
Set Texture Anim
Prim Rotation
Give Inventory
Particle Bling
Menu Teleporter

Scripts Two ~ More Easy Scripts ~ 2.22.2010 ~ 11:00 am and 5:00 pm
The Second Life chat system supports communication between Avatars as well as between Avatars and objects, and even objects and objects. This class shows how to make it happen!

Scripts Three ~ Middling Scripts ~ 3.01.2010 ~ 11:00 am and 5:00 pm
Builds on skills from class one & class two; students build a device that informs its owner of location and a random joke generator.

Scripts Four ~ ** More Middling Scripts ** ~ 3.08.2010 ~ 11:00 am and 5:00 pm
Quickly reviews States/ Events / Functions & Variables and ventures into typecasting… how to change one type of variable to another. We’ll make a box that tells us what color it is and an avatar UUID identifier, then launch into Sensor events… creating a 3D avatar radar by the end of class !

3 thoughts on “Ready to Script?”

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    If you’re asking for information about her offline identity and obituary, that is not ours to give.

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