Second Life Tutorials
The large database of Second Life tutorials is one of the reasons behind the phenomenal success of this virtual world. From beginner level through advanced information, it is easy to find advice on topics that range from how to get started, to how to track and report bugs from the latest system update.
Video tutorials - basics
This collection of Second Life tutorials are helpful for beginners, especially those who learn best by seeing rather than reading. On the
Video Tutorials/Basics page,
beginners can find all of the information they need to get started in their new virtual lives. Need to figure out how to move your avatar or make her fly? There is a video that takes you through the process. Want to know how to change your avatar’s looks? Watch the video that teaches the basics. From learning how teleport, to shopping and making friends, these video tutorials will get beginners up to speed quickly and painlessly. It can be overwhelming to learn how to get started, so using these guides during the first few hours or days inworld will make the transition easy and enjoyable.
Linden Scripting Language (LSL) is the built-in coding language that SL uses to make objects and avatars interact with each other. It is the code that makes Second Life come alive. Avatars can walk and dance because of their scripts. Planes can fly and sports car can drive because of their scripts.
The LSL tutorials
are free and available to all residents to use. For people who are professional programmers in real life, it is just a matter of learning another programming language. But people who find software programming confusing or boring can always buy objects with built-in scripts in the SL marketplace.
Second Life Issues
Advanced users will be interested in
the Issue Tracker tutorials.
The Issue Tracker is the place for residents to report software bugs and ask for new features. The problems that beginners and intermediate level users usually run into are often a result of lack of knowledge about how the SL system works, rather than a flaw in the system. But advanced users can not only get there problems solved by reporting bugs, they can make significant contributions to the community. By identifying problems, and suggesting solutions and new features, advanced users help Linden Lab continue the growth and development of Second Life.
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