HTML on a Prim!

They’ve just released the 1.19.1 release candidate, which adds Web pages to the kinds of media that can be displayed on a prim. While you can’t actually interact with the Web pages, they are dynamically rendered, so things like this CSS border clock will work.


1 Response to “HTML on a Prim!”

  1. 2008-03-08 at 1:18 am

    I’m still waiting for URL’s to be on a prim via llSetPrimURL(“http://dedricmauriac.wordpress.com/”); The method has been there forever but has yet to be implemented. I guess we are one step closer to it. I love how we can choose the media type and that it remembers what we used before.

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