Triggers the animation anim
. In order for this to work, the script
must have the PERMISSION_TRIGGER_ANIMATION permission
on an avatar
. See llRequestPermissions
for more information on permissions
Built-in animations always work, but if anim
is a custom animation, it must be contained in the inventory
of the scripted prim
It is usually good practice to check llGetPermissions
. The fact that this is not usually done is the reason so many "Script trying to trigger animations but PERMISSION_TRIGGER_ANIMATION
permission not set" messages happen, which can be annoying (especially if they keep trying over and over).
An animation which doesn't end on its own can be stopped with llStopAnimation
To animate someone sitting
on an object
, it's a good idea to stop the generic sit animation first (llStopAnimation("sit")
) unless the new animation has a higher priority than the default sit.
- Note that although the PERMISSION_TRIGGER_ANIMATION permission is automatically granted when sitting, a prior call to llRequestPermissions is required -- see sample scripts.
- Note also (as mentioned in llSitTarget) that exact visual avatar placement for a given coordinate set is in fact rather uncertain, especially with custom animations. It will vary depending on chosen animation, and more critically between different avatars due to their size, shape, and even gender (sometimes very large offsets).
for a current list of built-in standard animation names.
shows an example of this function's use (it is the freely-distributed animation script many people use).
Compare with llStopAnimation
Note: while the official
documentation claims "This function starts animation anim
for the avatar that owns
the object.", this is incorrect; as long as permissions have been granted, any
avatar can be animated using llStartAnimation
-- chairs, pose balls, whatever. (Another example: driver and passenger seat on vehicle can usually seat anyone -- sit animation -- even though driving is normally restricted to owner.)
Q: Is there a way to load an animation from a key?
A: This is a change from older script behavior, one of several copy protections to have been added to LSL in 2006. - Ice
A: This wasn't a change added in 2006, key support never made it out of the 1.4 Preview. I take full credit for this (I flaunted an animation logger with playback functionality in front of a few lindens). Sex animations can be pretty funny out of context. - BW
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