Sansar Newsblog: The First Fifty Posts

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Well, my WordPress software informs me that I have made 50 posts to my Sansar Newsblog. Time to break out the champagne! Here’s the Top Ten posts that have been the most popular (the most visited according to the WordPress statistics) so far:

  1. Avatar and Camera Controls for Desktop Users of Sansar
  2. Outfit Outlay: Astronaut
  3. First Sansar Book Published
  4. 444 Experiences and Counting…
  5. Sansar Creator Interview: Agustine
  6. Linden Lab Staff Talk About Sansar
  7. Mac Users and Sansar
  8. Sansar Creator Interview: Maxwell Graf
  9. Having Fun with Avatar Attachments
  10. Outfit Outlay: Highlander

Thanks for stopping by, and I hope you like what you read, and that you keep coming back. 🙂 Onwards and upwards!

 

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2 thoughts on “Sansar Newsblog: The First Fifty Posts”

  1. I found your blog through Strawberry Singh, and I’m glad I did! And your information about ‘noobs’ building in Sansar in the Atlas Hopping episode has inspired me to try it myself! I can’t yet model in 3D, but I’m curious to try using the free items available in Sansar. I don’t have a VR rig, so it is possible to build via PC, isn’t it?

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    1. Yes, it is indeed possible to build items for Sansar using your PC. Microsoft Windows 10 has a new, free app available from its Store called Paint 3D, which is so simple and easy to use that a child could use it. It’s just like prim building in Second Life! Objects you create are saved in FBX format files that you can upload directly into Sansar!

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