User talk:Opensource Obscure/FFHUD

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Bad Code

I didn't code before using LSL. FFHUD scripts should probably be rewritten from scratch by someone that knows how to do it.
Please feel free to leave comments about how we could improve FFHUD code.

Not really sure about the rest of the HUD, but I wanted to add that you can do strReplace() a lot more simply:<lsl>string strReplace(string source, string pattern, string replace) {
   return llDumpList2String(llParseStringKeepNulls((source = "") + source, [pattern], replace);

}</lsl>Is a lot faster and uses a ton less memory
-- Haravikk (talk|contribs) 23:29, 2 October 2010 (UTC)

ToS issues

None. FFHUD distribution and use is OK. I asked advice to Zara Linden at G-Team Office Hours about publishing residents profile images on 3rd party websites --oobscure 14:54, 27 August 2008 (PDT)

If one publishes on his/her web blog the profile image of another Second Life resident, even without his authorization, s/he doesn't violate Community Standards nor Terms of Service. This is true even if he/she updates his/her blog via LSL scripted objects. LL doesn't monitor 3rd party websites, in FFHUD scenario the blog itself is hosted elsewhere and LL doesn't have authority over that server.

See also this email by Soft Linden about the inworld use of profile images by using their UUIDs (and about retrieving UUIDs from webpages)


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