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Can add other scripts and special bots with approval and testing.


The Avatar Restriction Module

(This module and the Avatar Management module is for any worlds with private or reserved avatars.)

The Avatar Restriction Module along with the Avatar Management Module is the other of the two most complex modules. This module comes from a need to keep those without personal avatars out of personal/private avatars, and to keep visitors out of world resident only reserved avatars. This is an all or none set up within each level, and not a one to one assignment on personal avatars as some bot avatar handling does.

Anyone on the private avatar list can use any avatar in that world.
Anyone on the world resident avatar list can use any non-private avatar in the world.
Finally, anyone not on either list can not use any restricted avatar.
Someone attempting to use a restricted avatar they are not allowed to use will be forced out of that avatar and back into the limited visitor public avatars, or the 0 (zero) tourist avatar.

The restricted avatars must be in at most three sections on the world's avatar list. One short private section is normally near the front of the avatar list (typically for bots to use), while the other two are grouped together after the public avatars. The world resident avatars come after the public ones, followed by the private avatars through the end of the list. These breakpoints are in the scripts INI file, and have to be changed in the that INI file if any of the restricted avatar break points change. Anyone included on the private avatars list is automatically included in the world resident avatars list. As with most modules, the module can be turned on and off, and both lists are fully managable.

This module requires Caretaker Rights.

Script Modules
Avatar Restriction