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**In this situation the [[CHANGED_ALLOWED_DROP]] flag is set instead of [[CHANGED_INVENTORY]].
 
**In this situation the [[CHANGED_ALLOWED_DROP]] flag is set instead of [[CHANGED_INVENTORY]].
  
'''Important''' : the event is also triggered when the above changes happen in a prim linked to the one where the script is !!!
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'''Important''' : This event is triggered in the root prim by a change in any child prim, unless the child prim has a handler for it. It is not triggered in any other linked prim.
 
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Revision as of 05:34, 18 August 2007

Description

Constant: integer CHANGED_INVENTORY = 0x1;

The integer constant CHANGED_INVENTORY has the value 0x1

Prim inventory has changed by someone who has modification rights to a prim.

Inventory changes that cause this event are:

  • Inventory item is added or deleted
  • Inventory item name is changed
  • Inventory item permissions are changed
  • A script in inventory is recompiled
  • A notecard in inventory is saved

This event does not occur when:

  • A no-copy inventory item is moved to user inventory
  • A script in inventory is reset
  • A user without modification rights drops an object into a prim's inventory due to llAllowInventoryDrop.

Important : This event is triggered in the root prim by a change in any child prim, unless the child prim has a handler for it. It is not triggered in any other linked prim.

Related Articles

Constants

•  CHANGED_ALLOWED_DROP llAllowInventoryDrop

Functions

•  llGiveInventory
•  llRemoveInventory
•  llRemoteLoadScriptPin

Events

•  changed

Examples

default
{
    changed(integer change)
    {
        if (change & CHANGED_INVENTORY) //note that it's & and not &&... it's bitwise!
        {
            llOwnerSay("The inventory has changed.");
        }
    }
}

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integer CHANGED_INVENTORY = 0x1;