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Hello,

At this time, I do not have an update on the timing for the move completion. Please note that this move involves servers for all voice communication and not just our OpenSim servers. I will update you when voice should be restored.

Best,

Dylan Douglas
Vivox Support

*From Vivox:

Hello,

At this time, I do not have an update on the timing for the move completion. Please note that this move involves servers for all voice communication and not just our OpenSim servers. I will update you when voice should be restored.

Best,

Dylan Douglas
Vivox Support

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Another option for exporting your G+ stream is the Google+ Exporter, from +Friends+Me. I had been thinking about this one for a while, and since other people have had good success with it, I finally decided to give it a try. Initially, I used the free version which exports up to 800 posts. I was happy with the results, so I bought a license for it to export unlimited posts. To buy a license costs you $19.99.

The nice thing about this application is that it allows you to export directly to Blogger and Word Press formats, unlike Google's own Takeout.

After downloading my stream, I exported it to a Blogger backup file and created a quick blog to test it out. I'm still tweaking the look, but for a quick export and setup I'm really happy with the initial results.

Here's the initial result.

https://tg298765784.blogspot.com/ (This is just a temporary URL. Once I get the blog more to my liking I'll set up a permanent URL.)

If you are wanting to backup your G+ stream or communities, it's probably best to do it now, rather then later. If you are interested in this method, check out the Friends+Me info page: https://medium.com/google-plus-exporter
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Nice editing! Great camera work, too, by James Atloud

"I want help from you I lost my whole family in Turkey in 1999 in the earthquake Adapazari some Turkish sim and the island of my parents in the game I want to get revenge on them, but I can not use SIM crasher script help me on this issue"

Umm, no thanks.

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V2.56 is out with a faster UI for the Region Icons and some small fixes.

Faster exit of app when regions are combined
Print count of things cleared from caches
Do not stop MySQL if already running
Updates re-enable check for updates
Faster refresh of Region Form when something changes

This is my hidey hole in a small shop out back. Yes, I emptied the trash.
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I have a small request that can potentially help many people with their personal grid or region. If you are running a home grid or region on Metro, OsGrid, or any others, could you pretty-please with sugar plum fairies all over it comment below on your Router Brand and Model number and whether it works, or not?

Opensimulator.org has a list of known good/bad routers for running grids or regions on grids, such as OSGrid, Metropolis, and the many Dreamworlds. Opensim servers are growing rapidly in number, and the #1 issue home users face is the DSL/Cable modem/Router setup. We are very interested in DSL and Cable routers that work out-of-the-box that have proper loopback/hairpinning. We are also interested in modems that are piles of housepuckey.

This list is at :

http://opensimulator.org/wiki/NAT_Loopback_Routers#Router_.2F_Modem_Table

I can edit the list, so please comment with details on your little black box of goodness, or garbage. Thank you!

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I have a small request that can potentially help many people with their personal grid or region. If you are running a home grid or region on Metro, OsGrid, or any others, could you pretty-please with sugar plum fairies all over it comment below on your Router Brand and Model number and whether it works, or not?

Opensimulator.org has a list of known good/bad routers for running grids or regions on grids, such as OSGrid, Metropolis, and the many Dreamworlds. Opensim servers are growing rapidly in number, and the #1 issue home users face is the DSL/Cable modem/Router setup. We are very interested in DSL and Cable routers that work out-of-the-box that have proper loopback/hairpinning. We are also interested in modems that are piles of housepuckey.

This list is at :

http://opensimulator.org/wiki/NAT_Loopback_Routers#Router_.2F_Modem_Table

I can edit the list, so please comment with details on your little black box of goodness, or garbage. Thank you!

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