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Leute Fenster

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Dieses Fenster beinhaltet mehrere Funktionen. Geöffnet wird es durch einen Klick auf das Leute Icon auf der unteren Menüleiste.

In diesem Fenster gibt es folgende Reiter…

In der Nähe (Radar)

Leute Fenster - In der Nähe (Radar)

Die Radarliste kann derzeit nach Name, Alter, Gesehen und Entfernung sortiert werden.

Die linke namenlose Spalte (in der Abbildung rechts), wird ein Dollarzeichen enthalten, wenn der betreffende Avatar Zahlungsinformation hinterlegt hat. Alter gibt das Alter des Avatar Konto in Tagen an. Gesehen ist die Zeitspanne in der sich der betreffende Avatar innerhalb deiner Sichtweite befunden hat, und Entfernung ist selbsterklärend.

Ein Rechts Klick auf einen Namen in der Liste, bietet folgende Optionen:

  • Profil ansehen: Öffnet das Profil des betreffenden Avatar.
  • Freundschaft anbieten: Diese Option ist nur verfügbar, wenn der betreffende Avatar nicht bereits ein Freund ist.
  • Freund entfernen: Diese Option ist nur verfügbar, wenn der betreffende Avatar nicht bereits ein Freund ist. Die Freundschaft wird hiermit aufgelöst. Zur Zeit wird der betreffende Avatar über die Auflösung der Freundschaft nicht informiert, aber deine Kontakt Karte in dessen Inventar wird in den Müll verschoben.
  • IM: Opens an IM to the person.
  • Call: Initiate a private voice conversation with the other person. Naturally, both need to have voice enabled and functioning.
  • Map: If your friend gave you map rights, this item will be enabled. If clicked, it will open the world map and show the person's current location.
  • Share: If you click this entry, an IM window opens; you can then drag and drop inventory items into it, to give them to the other person.
  • Pay: Opens a window, which you can use to pay the other person L$. Some default values are shown, or you can type the number in manually.
  • Offer Teleport: Click this is you wish to offer to teleport the person to your present location.
  • Teleport To: Teleports you to the other person's location.
  • Zoom In: If enabled, moves your camera to view the other person.
  • Block/Unblock: aka Mute/Unmute. This mutes the other person, completely blocking them from contacting you. You will not see anything they type in local chat, not get any IMs they might send, and all inventory offers made will be automatically declined. Use with caution; muting a person can also mute their objects, which means that if you make a purchase from them, you are likely to not receive what you paid for.
  • Report: Allows your to file an abuse report against the selected avatar. This should not be done lightly, and never be misused. Click here for more information on what an abuse report is.
  • Freeze: Estate managers/owners can use this to freeze an avatar's movements. This is a tool to be used in cases of griefing and not to be used frivolously.
  • Parcel Eject/Ban: If selected, this will eject and ban the avatar from the parcel you are in. You must have the appropriate rights in that parcel or this will not work.
  • Estate Kick/Ban: Similar to the above, but operates at the estate level. Therefore, this is only available to estate managers or owners.
  • Estate Teleport Home: Selecting this will teleport the avatar to his/her home location. This does not ban them, however, and may fail if they have no home location set, or that location is not accessible (eg, the region is down).

The Sprocket/Gear icon at the bottom of the Nearby tab has these functions:

  • Show Minimap above Radar: If enabled, the panel expands upward to show a minimap of the current area.
  • Limit Results to Specific Radius: If selected, a slider will appear at the bottom of the window, to the right of the sprocket/gear. Here you may change the range at which the radar is active. This allows you to monitor smaller areas than the radar normally can report. Useful if you only are interested in a parcel rather than an entire region and those adjoining. If you wish to have radar report at max range all the time, it is more efficient to just disable this option.
  • Radar Name Format: Allows you to select how you want names to be displays in the radar. available options depend on how you have set preferences set for display names and user names.
  • Report Crossing Draw Range: If enabled, this will report to chat when someone enters or leaves your draw distance range.
  • Report Crossing Chat Range: If enabled, this reports to chat whenever someone enters or leaves chat range (20m).
  • Report Crossing your Region: Enable this to have the radar report people entering or leaving the region you are currently in.
  • Report Enter Alerts to Scripts: If enabled, the radar will send an avatar UUID to scripts, on chat channel 777777777 10), when an avatar enters the region you are currently in. If this option is enabled along with the one below, then the behavior expands to include full radar range, 4096m.
  • Report Exit Alerts to Scripts: If this is enabled, the radar will send an avatar UUID to scripts, on chat channel 777777777, when an avatar leaves your region or nearby regions of interest.
  • Show Blocked Residents & Objects: This displays the list of people and objects you have blocked (muted).

The '+' icon, to the right to the sprocket/gear, when clicked will give the following message: “Friends can give permissions to track each other on the map and receive online status updates.” And it will ask you if you want to offer friendship to an Avatar that you highlighted on. If they are already on your friends list, the '+' sign will be greyed out.

On the bottom row are the following buttons, providing quick access to functions which are available when right clicking a person's name:

  • Profile
  • IM
  • Call
  • Share

Friends

This tab shows your friends list. It has two tabs: Online and All, which are self-explanatory.

The list is organized in columns. The first shows the persons name. Following this are a series of icons:

  • Edit rights, their objects: highlighted when the person has given you rights to edit, move, delete their objects.
  • Edit rights, your objects: highlighted when you have given the person rights to edit, move, delete your objects.
  • Map rights: highlighted when you have allowed the person to locate you on the world map.
  • Online status: when highlighted, the avatar will be able to see your online status.
  • Chat Range: a microphone indicates that the person is within chat range of you.

Two these may be toggled on/off. So you can give or revoke edit rights, for example, by clicking the appropriate icon. Similarly for map rights.

When you right click on a person's name you get the following options:

  • View Profile: opens the selected person's profile.
  • Add Friend: this is greyed out as it is not applicable.
  • Remove Friend: This option is only shown if the person is on your friends list. Clicking it will dissolve the friendship. Currently, the other person is not informed, but your calling card will be moved to the person's trash.
  • IM: Opens an IM to the person.
  • Call: Initiate a private voice conversation with the other person. Naturally, both need to have voice enabled and functioning.
  • Map: If your friend gave you map rights, this item will be enabled. If clicked, it will open the world map and show the person's current location.
  • Share: If you click this entry, an IM window opens; you can then drag and drop inventory items into it, to give them to the other person.
  • Pay: Opens a window, which you can use to pay the other person L$. Some default values are shown, or you can type the number in manually.
  • Offer Teleport: Click this is you wish to offer to teleport the person to your present location.
  • Teleport To: Teleports you to the other person's location.
  • Zoom In: If enabled, moves your camera to view the other person.
  • Block/Unblock: aka Mute/Unmute. This mutes the other person, completely blocking them from contacting you. You will not see anything they type in local chat, not get any IMs they might send, and all inventory offers made will be automatically declined. Use with caution; muting a person can also mute their objects, which means that if you make a purchase from them, you are likely to not receive what you paid for.
  • Report: Allows your to file an abuse report against the selected avatar. This should not be done lightly, and never be misused. Click here for more information on what an abuse report is.
  • Freeze: Estate managers/owners can use this to freeze an avatar's movements. This is a tool to be used in cases of griefing and not to be used frivolously.
  • Parcel Eject/Ban: If selected, this will eject and ban the avatar from the parcel you are in. You must have the appropriate rights in that parcel or this will not work.
  • Estate Kick/Ban: Similar to the above, but operates at the estate level. Therefore, this is only available to estate managers or owners.
  • Estate Teleport Home: Selecting this will teleport the avatar to his/her home location. This does not ban them, however, and may fail if they have no home location set, or that location is not accessible (eg, the region is down).

The Sprocket/Gear icon at the bottom of the Friends tab has these functions:

  • Sort by Name: Sorts the friends list alphabetically. Useful on the All view.
  • Sort by Status: Sorts the list by online status. Useful on the All view.
  • View People Icons: if enabled, displays a small icon from the avatar's profile to the left of their name.
  • View Permissions Granted: If enabled, shows the permissions icons described above; otherwise, these icons are hidden.
  • Show Blocked Residents & Objects: This displays the list of people and objects you have blocked (muted).

The '+' icon to the right of the gear gives access to a powerful people search/selector window.

Friends List - Search

The window is organized into tabs.

  • Search: type in part or all of a person's name, then click go, and the list below will populate with all matching names. Select the person you were looking for (assuming the name is listed), then double click or click on Ok to offer that person friendship.
  • Friends: This is a simple sorted list of your friends.
  • Near Me: Shows a radar list of avatars near you. You can increase the range to broaden the scope, if needed. The circular arrow will refresh the list. As above, if you find the name of someone you wish to add as a friend, double-click it or click the Ok button at the bottom.

On the bottom row of the Friends tab are the following buttons, providing quick access to functions which are available when right clicking a person's name.

  • Profile
  • IM
  • Call
  • Share
  • Teleport

Groups

People Panel - Groups Tab

The Groups tabs shows the list of groups to which you currently belong.

When you right click on a group, you get the following options:

  • View Info: This displays the group profile, allowing you to view information about, and manage the group (if you have the ability to do so).
  • Chat: Opens the chat window for the selected group.
  • Call: Initiates a voice conference call with the group.
  • Activate: Sets the selected group as your active group.
  • Leave: Select this if you wish to leave the selected group. You are prompted for confirmation.

If you mouse over the list of groups, you will see two icons appear to the far right. These give fast access to the group profile.

The sprocket/gear icon has these options:

  • Display Group Icons: If enabled, shows an icon image of the group logo.
  • Leave Selected Group: Alternate way to leave the selected group. You are prompted for confirmation.

The '+' sign gives the options to:

  • Join Group: This will open the search window, where you can enter the name of the group you wish to join.
  • New Group (Create): Opens a blank group profile window, with which you may create a new in-world group. Fill in at least the group name and select the group maturity rating. Creating a group costs L$ 100.

To the right of the '+' is a check mark; click this to make the currently selected group your active one.

The bottom row has buttons which give fast access to options described above. They are:

  • Group Profile
  • Group Chat
  • Group Call

Recent

The final tab of the People panel is Recent. This shows a list of people with whom you have recently had IM conversations - “recent” here meaning since you last logged in. The list will show the name of the person, and when you last spoke to them.

If you right click a person's name, you get the following options:

  • View Profile: Opens a window showing the person's profile.
  • Add Friend: This option is only shown if the person is not already on your friends list. It will send a friendship request.
  • Remove Friend: This option is only shown if the person is on your friends list. Clicking it will dissolve the friendship. Currently, the other person is not informed, but your calling card will be moved to the person's trash.
  • IM: Opens an IM to the person.
  • Call: Initiate a private voice conversation with the other person. Naturally, both need to have voice enabled and functioning.
  • Map: If your friend gave you map rights, this item will be enabled. If clicked, it will open the world map and show the person's current location.
  • Share: If you click this entry, an IM window opens; you can then drag and drop inventory items into it, to give them to the other person.
  • Pay: Opens a window, which you can use to pay the other person L$. Some default values are shown, or you can type the number in manually.
  • Offer Teleport: Click this is you wish to offer to teleport the person to your present location.
  • Teleport To: Teleports you to the other person's location.
  • Zoom In: If enabled, moves your camera to view the other person.
  • Block/Unblock: aka Mute/Unmute. This mutes the other person, completely blocking them from contacting you. You will not see anything they type in local chat, not get any IMs they might send, and all inventory offers made will be automatically declined. Use with caution; muting a person can also mute their objects, which means that if you make a purchase from them, you are likely to not receive what you paid for.
  • Report: Allows your to file an abuse report against the selected avatar. This should not be done lightly, and never be misused. Click here for more information on what an abuse report is.
  • Freeze: Estate managers/owners can use this to freeze an avatar's movements. This is a tool to be used in cases of griefing and not to be used frivolously.
  • Parcel Eject/Ban: If selected, this will eject and ban the avatar from the parcel you are in. You must have the appropriate rights in that parcel or this will not work.
  • Estate Kick/Ban: Similar to the above, but operates at the estate level. Therefore, this is only available to estate managers or owners.
  • Estate Teleport Home: Selecting this will teleport the avatar to his/her home location. This does not ban them, however, and may fail if they have no home location set, or that location is not accessible (eg, the region is down).

The sprocket/gear icon offers the following options:

  • Sort by Most Recent: Sorts the list by when you last spoke with each person.
  • Sort by Name: Sorts the friends list alphabetically by name.
  • View People Icons: if enabled, displays a small icon from the avatar's profile to the left of their name.
  • View Permissions Granted: If enabled, shows the permissions icons described above; otherwise, these icons are hidden.
  • Show Blocked Residents & Objects: This displays the list of people and objects you have blocked (muted).

The '+' gives quick access to offering friendship to the selected person.

The bottom row has buttons which give fast access to options described above. They are:

  • Profile tab
  • IM
  • Call
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Note: The options that send UUID info to scripts via a channel use channel 777777777. They can be set to use any positive value. Negatives channels are not supported at this time, due to negative channels only allowing 1/4th of the normal string length, amplifying lag and overhead.
people_icon_de.txt · Last modified: 2011/08/07 15:32 by pixelprophet_lane