!dM St.Andrew’s Present

!dM deviousMind and (*chanimations present


-!dM St.Andrew’s Present-
some truely evil furniture!

Our evil furniture was originally inspired by roleplay – and maybe this little bit of black humor that dwells within *smirks*. So here’s part two of the saga, ‘St.Andrew’s Present’ – which offers you beside a grin some versatile use either as photoprop, as furniture piece, or as part of your roleplay environment. As always, with high detailed textures and the right amount of humor!

The set contains photography props and poses with the following properties:

2 POSES (no mod/no transfer):

• (*stAndrewsCross
• (*stAndrewsCross (back)

Both POSES are static, allow head movement and come with ‘copy’ rights so you can put them into your posestands or make own poseball arrangements.

PROPS (detailed info to each after listing):

• (*chanimations – !dM StAndrew’s Cross – 15 PRIMS (copy/no modify/no transfer)
• (*chanimations – !dM StAndrew’s Cross (wall) – 14 PRIMS (copy/no modify/no transfer)
• (*chanimations – !dM StAndrew’s Present multiPoseball (copy/no modify/no transfer)
• (*chanimations “toughLuck” Choker (chest) (transfer/no copy/no modify)


The cross comes in two versions, one for standing in the room, the other for being hang on the wall. Aside from that: Not much to say this time! Only the usual things we’d like to sum up for those who are new to our products:


The choker comes with (transfer/no copy) settings so you can pass it to your model – or rezz the choker (12 PRIMS) and position it instead if you’re unsure that they will give it back! (Or if you don’t intent to use it as a photoprop, pass it to your favorite person you’d like to keep on the cross *winks*) – the choker can be resized by touch-script.


Sit on the cross itself. On first sit a menu pops up allowing you to pick which pose you’d like. By clicking it again when sitting you will receive the menu to change between the poses.


When you sit, speak /1a in open channel for the adjustment menu (it will only work when sitting on it). ‘Postion’ will allow you to move your avatar more forward, backwards, left or right (X and Y) and of course up and down (Z), if needed ‘Rotation’ menu gives you more options.

The script remembers the avartar custom settings of up to 100 most frequent users who adjusted their positions as long as the LibraryShelves rezzed and the scripts are not reset. Unfortunately it cannot keep the positions when picked up back to inventory and will rez back on default settings – but since the adjustment is easy and quick, this shouldn’t be a problem!


To make it easier on photographers who work with models, a multiPoseball is included. This way you can freely move your model yourself instead of ‘instructing them’ where to place their avartar.

The multiPoseball responds to /1 show and /1 hide and allows to toggle the poses by using the pageUp/pageDown keys.


The textures for this set are custom made for (*chanimations and deviousMind – if you find them used by anybody else not connected to us, please inform us! Thank you in advance!


If you have problems with sculpties seeming rough edged and not properly rezzing – go to Advanced Menu (if it doesn’t show on the top bar, press CTRL-ALT-SHIFT-D to show it), Debug Setting… – type ‘RenderVolumeLODFactor’ (without quotes) and set it to 4.000. It will take a short moment and your sculpties will render smoother when looking at them from a distance! Search the Wiki if you want more info about the RenderVolumeLODFactor.

If you notice prims missing when moveing your camera closer to an object, check your Debug Settings for the rendermaxNodeSize – standard of the newer clients is 4096, which can be far too little with very detailed objects and lead to prims disappearing. A value of 6000 can safely be used even with an older computer and will solve this problem.

That’s all you need to know – have fun and emerse in the roleplay!

Would you like to stop by in world?

You’ll find us at deviousMind/120/160/30 if you are interested in single poses only or to preview the poses on your avartar!

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