KATS (moderate) I chose KATS↑ as the location for today's post because it stands for Knowledge Acquired Through Simulation and I was going to experiment with some debug settings. You might not have this problem, but I ...
e all have our complaints about SL. The lag. The lack of visual fidelity. Poor framerates. The unreliable scripts. The lag. The expensive land. The lag!
There is no "silver bullet"however, there are little things you can do to alleviate these issues somewhat. They add up, so the more people who follow these tips, the better SL looks and runs for everyone.
Small Town Cafe is the name of both a large parcel with some very charming builds, and also a personable cafe with some very well done details. I was inspired to just photography the cafe in depth here, and plan to go back for coverage of the other structures and landscape. The objects here -- the myriads of cat groupings (make sure to look up in the rafters if you like kitties), the details of the kitchen and it's trendy retro appliances, and even the shinning wine goblets are all first rate.
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