Memo Machine reliably collects your messages inworld, avoiding the SL capped message problem. Along with swanky simulated wood grain and sound effects, Memo Machine provides bonus features.
- Robotic voice speaks:
- “I am not home. Please leave a message”. Includes two voices, default female robotic voice, or if you prefer, a male robotic voice. The robotic voice message is played after your visitor presses the Greeting button.
- Records text memo:
- Allows your visitor two minutes for typing you a message. Easy for newbies to understand via open chat.
- Opens your Second Life profile webpage. Memo Machine automatically knows your Second Life profile webpage. This is useful to allow passersby to easily view your profile.
- A message is sent to you when a visitor has touched the Memo button. The visiting avatar and sim name are detailed in the IM to you from Memo Machine.
- Memo Machine gives a Landmark upon touch; and also has the ability to give multiple Landmarks. A dropdown menu appears displaying Landmarks available to select.
- Memo Machine gives a notecard upon touch request.
- Message Me:
- Includes “Message Me on my Memo Machine” texture. Place this texture in your profile pics page to allow your friends to teleport to your Memo Machine.
- Memo Machine can be stretched to a larger size. When rezzed Memo Machine is about the size of a classic home answering machine, yet it can be stretched larger as needed. Advanced users will find Memo Machine’s modifiability interesting for customization.
okCopy: This means you can make copies of the item. okCopy is a better value if you might need more than one instance of the item.
Extra Backup Copies: Besides this item being okCopy, the inworld productPM store features an Express Redelivery Terminal, that will give you a few extra backup copies. Should you suffer the misfortune of a Second Life server losing your inventory, you can get more copies of your item at the productPM store Express Redelivery Terminal.
Genuine productPM technical support is included with this item.
Set up instructions:
Rez Memo Machine from your inventory. Position Memo Machine in a place where your visitors can easily see and touch it. First you are going to need to delink your Memo Machine. RightClick Memo Machine, select Edit, then move your mouse pointer to the top menu screen of the viewer, choose delink from the dropdown menu. Drag a notecard from your inventory and drop it over the NoteCard button. Drag up to five landmarks from your inventory and drop them over the LandMarks button. Congratulations, you have completed setting up Memo Machine.
Male voice customization instructions:
If you would like to change the default female robotic voice to a the male robotic voice. While Memo Machine is delinked, RightClick the Greeting button > Select the Contents tab > Delete the sound file “Memo Machine voice” > From your inventory drag the sound file also named “Memo Machine voice” into the Greeting button contents > Close the Greeting button window.
(Note: if you plan to move your Memo Machine later, at that point in time first link the component prims via edit / shift+leftclick each prim, then relink).
To retrieve your messages, simply press the Memo button.
I cannot find Tools / Edit / etc…
These instructions are based on the official Second Life viewer. Often productPM documentation refers to accessing an object’s Contents menu. Right-Click the item > select Edit (or Build if that is currently appearing) > then select the Contents tab.