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Function: llSetScriptState( string name, integer running );

Set the running state of the script name.

• string name a script in the inventory of the prim this script is in
• integer running boolean, if TRUE[1] the script will be enabled, if FALSE the script will be disabled


  • If name is missing from the prim's inventory or it is not a script then an error is shouted on DEBUG_CHANNEL.
  • Cannot be used to restart a script that has encountered a run-time error.
  • Cannot be used to start a script that has been added via llGiveInventory. Scripts sent via llRemoteLoadScriptPin, and which have the running state set FALSE by that command, may be started.
  • The script appears to stop when its time slice ends, not sooner. If a script tries to stop itself then some LSL code following the llSetScriptState call may be executed before the script stops.
  • If a script is paused by llSetScriptState and is then either re-rezzed, in a region during a restart, or moved into a different region, the script's memory is reset.
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//Stops the Script, at some non-deterministic time later, until invoked with TRUE, in another script
// Stall until end of time slice
//Starts Another Script

See Also


•  llGetScriptState
•  llResetOtherScript

Deep Notes

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   Scripts deactivated by llSetScriptState are reset when the region is reset, when they are taken into inventory and re-rezzed and when crossing sim boundaries.


  1. ^ Any value that is not zero/FALSE is treated the same as TRUE. This behavior should not be depended upon.


function void llSetScriptState( string name, integer running );