(CTS) OnlineMonitor Version 2.1

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OnlineMonitor --- an offworld controllable online status recorder

1. Introduction.

OnlineMonitor is a gadget that allows you to track online times of avatars. You can track anyone, they don't have to be on your friends list or show their online status if they are in the friends list.

It allows you to record the online times of residents or just let you see who is currently online.

The system is web-based. As such, the OnlineMonitor is controllable offworld through a webpage: It shows the online statuses and provides an interface to configure your system.
There are also a few goodies on the webpage:

* There is an online status indicator for your own status that you can build into your own website or blog; so everyone reading your site or blog will know whether you're currently online inworld,

* You can download a mini app for your Windows Sidebar or your OS X Dashboard that displays the online statuses of the residents you are monitoring on your desktop.

The device comes in two parts, a base station, disguised as a reproduction of Salvador Dalí's "The Persistence of Memory", and a HUD. The base station and the HUD could be used together or separately.
The base station is responsible for recording online times of the residents being tracked, while the HUD simply shows the residents that are currently
online. If a resident is in the same sim, also the position will be shown.

2. Box Contents

* The Persistence of Memory -- The OnlineMonitor base station
* OnlineMonitor HUD -- The OnlineMonitor HUD

Base Station

The base station record online times of residents. It notifies you when a resident comes online or went offline. The notification method is either by IM or E-mail, or you can turn it off altogether.
It is also configurable to notify only when you are online or only when you are offline.
It optionally sends you an E-mail report at midnight (SLT) of all the data that has been recorded during the day.

For the Web interface to function (including the online indicator for your website/blog and the desktop mini apps), you *must* rez a base
If you only want to use the OnlineMonitor HUD, rezzing the base station is not required.

The OnlineMonitor base station is the object named "The Persistence of Memory" located within your (CTS) OnlineMonitor folder. It is a reproduction of Salvador Dalí's "Persistence of Memory". If you don't like it you can modify the object any time to your liking and create your own OnlineMonitor
base station object out of it.


The HUD shows the residents that are currently online above the HUD. The HUD has a number of buttons to add and remove residents, to retrieve
the statistics and to access the Web interface.
If you want to use the HUD, attach it to any HUD attachment point. By default it attaches to the bottom right HUD attachment point. As soon as you attach it, it will connect to the server and retrieve the names of the residents you are currently monitoring and adds them to the
HUD system.

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  • Monitor online statuses of any residents
  • Web interface, controllable offworld
  • Comes with a base station and a HUD
  • Online indicator for your webpage/blog
  • Mini-applications showing online statuses on your desktop (Windows/Mac)

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max 22 then stack heap error.

Posted March 10, 2021 by Angela Kwak 1 star

I bought this item in 2018 and thought to give it another try. The recent version is still the same version as in 2018. Stack heap error has not been fixed. It works fine as long as you have a max of 22 people in your list after that you will gain an error. Status is not always correct.
If you use avatar key to import on the website from a person that had a name change it will show you the previous name.
Wish the item had more memory, the idea of adding notes to the list is such a nice idea.

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Does what it's supposed to do, and does it brilliantly.

Posted January 24, 2021 by Bernardo Thibedeau 5 stars

It may be updated, don't know, but I seriously think this gadget in its current form deserves any of the previous bad reviews.

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