I’ve been missing User Group meetings. Yesterday I was finding a work-around for a business class HP Laserjet Multifunction Printer that kept forgetting where to send document scans. I decided HP has totally destroyed their driver & software download site. Frustrating. It used to be simple.
Daisa Daisa – Color Bust by Nylon Pinkney, on Flickr
But, even if I had been at the meeting, there isn’t much news. As there was no package for the RC server channels last week there is no main channel roll out this week. Continue reading →
The nice looking stuff for the Particle Show is mostly in these videos for now. The first video was published to YouTube in November 2013. But, I didn’t notice any of the newly available particle effects. Still, it is gorgeous.
For a time I had the Linden particle test object sitting on my porch at my Second Life™ home. It is a nine prim object. So, once I got tired of it I took it down. But, you can still get a copy of it. The Old London Docks blog (written in German) has a link to a copy of the test object.
This is the object that lets you see the different blending modes for particles. You need to be using the SL Viewer 3.6.7 to see the new particle effects. AFAIK, none of the third-party viewers can display the new particle effects. Expect to see that in the next releases.
I’m not that creative with particles, but I expect to see some really amazing effects from people that are. It should be fun.