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Text in Second Life can be delivered via [[String]] values, via [[Notecards]], or, can in some instances, become a "part" of the prim.
 
Text in Second Life can be delivered via [[String]] values, via [[Notecards]], or, can in some instances, become a "part" of the prim.
 
  
 
These three following functions set text on the prim: text that either floats above the prim, or appears on a pie menu presented to the user when the prim is clicked on.  
 
These three following functions set text on the prim: text that either floats above the prim, or appears on a pie menu presented to the user when the prim is clicked on.  
  
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*[[llSetText]] (aka "floating text")  
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*[[llSetSitText]]  (appears on pie menu)  
*[[llSetTouchText]]  (appears on pie menu)}}
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*[[llSetTouchText]]  (appears on pie menu)  
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Note that like particles, all text set via the above three functions becomes a property of a  prim, not a script. For that reason, the text will remain if the script that set it is deactivated or even removed.
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To remove text set via any of the above, you don't actually remove it, but rather swap in an empty string (details on each function's page.)
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See Also:
 
See Also:
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*[[:Category:LSL Email|Email]]
 
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[[Category:LSL]]

Latest revision as of 02:35, 15 April 2010

Text in Second Life can be delivered via String values, via Notecards, or, can in some instances, become a "part" of the prim.

These three following functions set text on the prim: text that either floats above the prim, or appears on a pie menu presented to the user when the prim is clicked on.


Note that like particles, all text set via the above three functions becomes a property of a prim, not a script. For that reason, the text will remain if the script that set it is deactivated or even removed.

To remove text set via any of the above, you don't actually remove it, but rather swap in an empty string (details on each function's page.)


See Also:

Subcategories

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Pages in category "LSL Text"

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