Tuesday, September 18, 2007
Well, what I really would like to speak about after such a fair long absence from this blog is fun things, so I shall at least provide the courtesy of speaking of His Guv'nehship's latest creation, the trans-Northern Caledon Horse trail. If you should find yourself at my Carriage House next to the Caledon Eyre Hub, first obtain a demo horse if you haven't one yourself. There is a sign next to the demo horses, if you should touch that, you will get a landmark to the start of the trail.
If you wish to see the trail directly, it begins on the southwestern side of Eyre, just north of the Tanglewood border. Look for the beanstalk and go to the park just north with the archer in it.
Leap across the stream and start on up the ridgeline.
It goes past many lovely, hidden away builds.
Do take a moment to run your draw distance up and take in the grandeur of the countryside. I will refrain from posting more pictures, instead allowing you to discover the various sights yourself :)
Alas, alack, not all is perfectly well with the horses, however. About two weeks ago, there was a permission glitch on my horses, making them non-copy, non-mod. I am quite wroth about this, but there is nothing to be done save my fixing it. I thought I had done such, but the amazingly peculiar thing is that it cascades to all copies of the horse as well. Since it happened to my Roans, which are my original horses, it happened to all subsequent copies as well (including my backups, even backups I had in prims). I thought I was going mad until Miss Doyle told me the same thing had happened to some of her items.
So. I need go through all ten models of my horses and correct the permissions on not just the root prim, but each and every script. Since this is my blog, I have dispensation to whimper I believe: each horse holds 76 scripts (82 for the Pegasus and Night Mare), ten animations, and five sound files. Ugh ugh ugh. So, if you have a horse, there is a good chance it has been affected, too. Do IM me, if this is the case, and as soon as I get your model fixed, I shall send a replacement. Needless to say, but I will say it, not only is this taking time from projects I would rather do, it is beyond distressing/embarassing to inconvenience my customers so.
But, ah well, time to roll up the sleeves and get to work :/ I shall do a horsie, than take a ride on that trail, I think :D