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Yes, changing a notecard, a new asset is created.
But changing everything, in second life, a new asset is created.
A new asset is created, for example, with all the functions that can change prim properties.
A new asset is created as the result of the execution of about 20% of the functions that are normally in use.
So, this is not the problem !!! Maybe there are many valid psycolgic or technical motivations but,
please, do not say that the problem is the asset.
PS (sorry for my bad english)
- You are wrong, no LSL function can create a new asset. The LSL functions that modify objects modify the instance of the object in world, it isn't an asset again until it is taken into inventory. This function would create a new asset for each write. -- Strife Onizuka 14:58, 23 August 2007 (PDT)