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run_time_permissions(integer perm)

This event is invoked either after the user has responded to a permission request or if permissions granted to the script have changed. The integer perm value returned to this event contains the current set of permissions flags so, if perm == 0, then no permissions are set.

A script needs permission from either its owner or the agent it is to act on before it performs certain functions, such as debiting money from its owner's account, triggering an animation on an agent, capturing control inputs, etc. llRequestPermissions is used to request these permissions and the various permissions integer constants can be supplied:

perm Value Value Action Granter
PERMISSION_DEBIT 2 permission to take money from agent's account owner
PERMISSION_TAKE_CONTROLS 4 permission to take agent's controls anyone
PERMISSION_TRIGGER_ANIMATION 16 permission to trigger animation on agent anyone
PERMISSION_ATTACH 32 permission to attach/detach from agent owner
PERMISSION_CHANGE_LINKS 128 permission to change links owner
PERMISSION_TRACK_CAMERA 1024 permission to follow camera movement anyone
PERMISSION_CONTROL_CAMERA 2048 permission to use llSetCameraParams anyone

See FutureRevisions for future additions to perm.

Note: permission requests do not always ask the user for permission directly. In case of the agent sitting on or attaching a scripted object, PERMISSION_TRIGGER_ANIMATION and PERMISSION_TAKE_CONTROLS will always be granted automatically. However, they still need to be requested within the script.

See control for an example.

Q: I see that this function takes an integer bitfield value for perm, but I see that values 1, 8, and 64 are not listed. Any ideas of what these were, are, or will be used for?
A: See FutureRevisions.

Q: Can I ask for permissions that don't have a constant or an unimplemented constant? Can the user grant them?
A: Yes they can be requested and granted; they just won't do anything. See the table below for restrictions.

perm Value Value Future Expected Use Granter
unknown 1 unknown anyone
PERMISSION_REMAP_CONTROLS 8 permission to remap agent's controls anyone
PERMISSION_RELEASE_OWNERSHIP 64 (deprecated) permission to release ownership
(The concept of public objects has been removed from SL.)
PERMISSION_CHANGE_JOINTS 256 permission to change joints owner
PERMISSION_CHANGE_PERMISSIONS 512 permission to change permissions owner

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