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upon rezzing an object with many prims and storing the rezzer, where is that rezzer?


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You rez it like any other oject.  Find it by name in your inventory and drag it to the ground with your mouse. If your rezzer is designed to delete the object, it will work.  If course, you don;t really need a derezzer.  All you need to do is right click on your object and select either "Take" to return it to your inventory or "Delete" to eliminate it.

Fog is not an object.  It is a particle display, generated by a script in an object (probably a transparent object in your case).  If the fog generator is large enough to see, you can make it appear by highlighting transparent objects (CTRL + Alt + T).  If it's not, then you might find it handy to use a beacon (CTRL+ Alt + Shift + N) to look for particle sources.  When you find it, either take it or delete it.  Point sources of light work the same way as particle sources, so if you have misplaced a light source, use the same tricks.

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You rez it like any other oject.  Find it by name in your inventory and drag it to the ground with your mouse. If your rezzer is designed to delete the object, it will work.  If course, you don;t really need a derezzer.  All you need to do is right click on your object and select either "Take" to return it to your inventory or "Delete" to eliminate it.

Fog is not an object.  It is a particle display, generated by a script in an object (probably a transparent object in your case).  If the fog generator is large enough to see, you can make it appear by highlighting transparent objects (CTRL + Alt + T).  If it's not, then you might find it handy to use a beacon (CTRL+ Alt + Shift + N) to look for particle sources.  When you find it, either take it or delete it.  Point sources of light work the same way as particle sources, so if you have misplaced a light source, use the same tricks.

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