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  1. Snowstorm
  2. STORM-956

Ability to mute dialogs by muting object (or object owner)

    Details

    • Type: Defect
    • Status: Closed
    • Priority: Major
    • Resolution: Fixed
    • Affects Version/s: None
    • Fix Version/s: Sprint 15
    • Labels:
      None
    • Environment:
      CPU: Intel Core 2 Series Processor (2333 MHz)
      Memory: 2048 MB
      OS Version: Microsoft Windows 2000 Service Pack 4 (Build 2195)
      Graphics Card Vendor: NVIDIA Corporation
      Graphics Card: GeForce 7900 GTO/PCI/SSE2
    • Approvals:
      Code Review, Product Owner
    • Test Plan:
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      With Avatar A
      1) Rezz a cube and drop in the attached Dialog.lsl file
      2) Click on the cube – note that a dialog message appears.
      3) Clear the dialog message
      4) Right click on the cube and pick Manage->Block – note that the object appears in the sidepanel block list that pops out.
      5) Click on the cube – note that no dialog message is displayed.
      6) Type in the chat bar – note that you have not muted yourself.
      7) Unblock the object using the button in the sidebar

      With avatar B
      1) Click on the cube – note that a dialog message appears.
      2) Clear the dialog message.
      3) Right click on the cube and pick Manage->Block
      4) Click on the cube – note that no dialog message appears.
      5) Unblock the object using the button in the sidebar
      6) Click on the sidebar button Block person
      7) Input Avatar A's name
      8) Click on the cube – note that no dialog message appears.
      9) Unblock Avatar A's name

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      With Avatar A 1) Rezz a cube and drop in the attached Dialog.lsl file 2) Click on the cube – note that a dialog message appears. 3) Clear the dialog message 4) Right click on the cube and pick Manage->Block – note that the object appears in the sidepanel block list that pops out. 5) Click on the cube – note that no dialog message is displayed. 6) Type in the chat bar – note that you have not muted yourself. 7) Unblock the object using the button in the sidebar With avatar B 1) Click on the cube – note that a dialog message appears. 2) Clear the dialog message. 3) Right click on the cube and pick Manage->Block 4) Click on the cube – note that no dialog message appears. 5) Unblock the object using the button in the sidebar 6) Click on the sidebar button Block person 7) Input Avatar A's name 8) Click on the cube – note that no dialog message appears. 9) Unblock Avatar A's name

      Description

      Griefers are still able to spam you with dialogs, such as dialogs, web site popups, and avatar animation requests even after you mute the owner of the object. Muting does not stop these at all. This is an ideal path for griefers to attack and they have been doing so for as long as I've been on Second Life. I believe that muting the object or it's owner should stop dialogs of all types from appearing from the object.

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              • Assignee:
                Unassigned
                Reporter:
                phantom.ninetails Phantom Ninetails
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                Prod Owner Approved:
                Grumpity ProductEngine
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