State of Delivery crate (Pet Alacrity potions) Posted by Goldtokens in Announcements - December 4, 2013, 5:10 pm
Lately the disruption with our inworld object/prim delivery crate are happening more and more often.
When this disruption happens delivery crate stops sending potions. I have no power if Linden Lab changes make something that used to work to not working. We suspec that it is caused by LL asset or objects server tweaking or a new way of optimization that they do on Tuesdays.
I ask players to stay tolerant and patience if that happens until we'll roll in an update and change the delivery to be directly into rods.
I will change how PET alacrity potions are distributed to avoid future disruptions.
Eventhought I've promised to one fisher that I'll put all potions back to inworld delivery through delivery crate object I won't be able to keep this promise because I need to avoid disruptions and re-make the whoel thing in a way that won't cause disruptions for fishers.
I have already found a reliable way with all other potions and I am thinking to do same with pet alacrity ones.
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