The Access Menu
Access is the OpenCollar ownership tool. Associated Script: oc_core, oc_api
There is a cap of 28 avatars across all named Access levels: Owner, Trusted, Blocked, and Temp Owner.
Owners have the highest rank of access on the collar. The collar access, exceptions, lock, leash and some RLV functions are sensitive to rank. Be very sure you know how much control you are conceding when you add an owner.
Adds and removes Owners.
- Only owners can add and remove owners.
- The collar wearer is owner by default until an owner is set.
- Once an owner is set, the wearer loses owner access and drops to the lowest level of access.
- In this guide, “wearer” refers to this lowest level of access: “wearer” access is what you have when you have set an owner other than yourself.
To Add the Wearer to Owner Access
Go to + Owner and press
>WEARER< . This can only be done by an owner. Therefore if the wearer wants to retain owner access, do this step before adding an owner. Setting to disable Wearer as owner (aka “Vanilla” in previous versions):
To Add Owners Remotely
The UUID is the “key”–string of characters at the top of the inworld user profile. Enter the UUID to add an owner remotely. Owners can be removed through the menu whether of not they are nearby.
[prefix] add owner [UUID]
To add owners to the .settings notecard (also see Settings)
auth=owner~[UUID,UUID]for one or more owners up to 255 characters. If the line reaches more than 255 characters, start a new line:
auth+owner~[UUID]for additional owners.
Trusted gives named individuals the same level of access as Public and Group. Trusted cannot change the Access menu but do outrank the wearer on the leash. This is the function formerly known as “secondary owner” or “secowner”.
Advisory It is currently possible to add the wearer to Trusted by using this menu:
+ Trust > Select <WEARER>. However when this is done the collar will see the Wearer as Trusted, not both Wearer and Trusted. The Wearer will therefore lose access to certain options that are currently wearer owner or wearer only. Among these is Runaway and Access List.
[prefix] add trust [UUID]
Trusted Permissions – List needs testing
This list states the permissions Trusted has, not what they do not have–for clarity and brevity.
Leash – can be set and unset by Trusted unless currently set by Owner.
Leash / Unleash = YES unless leash is set by an owner.
Leash Override if set by Public, Group or Wearer.
Follow, Anchor, Configure
Call Couples Animations
Restrictions (Individual) Folders
Dress / Undress
Outfits Detach Undress
Wearer Trust (WEARER TRU)
An owner can allow the wearer to set and unset Trusted even if they are not also an owner. Note this is preferable to adding the Wearer to the Trusted list in + Trust, if the desire is to give the Wearer some additional control, since it actually removes more abilities than it adds.
Checking Public gives anyone limited access to your collar, including the leash, animations, bookmarks and force sit.
[prefix] public on
[prefix] public off
[prefix] limit range on/off: limits range for public access.
To set Group, first activate the desired group, then check Group in the Access menu. Group members with the group active will then have public / trusted level access. NOTE the collar restricts activating a different group if the wearer has group access checked. To change groups, first uncheck group access. Then activate a different group.
[prefix] group on
[prefix] group off
When you press Runaway menu opens with three options:
- Yes will execute a factory reset and completely clear the Access list.
- No will close the menu
- Disable will block the wearer’s ability to run away on this collar. This action can be initiated by the wearer by cannot be reversed by the wearer. Only an owner can reverse it. If the owner presses Disable in the Runaway menu, the wearer gets a dialog box to accept or decline.
Sends a readout of the list of owners and other access settings to chat. Available to owner and wearer only.
This allows the collar only to block named avatars from using the collar. Use sparingly since this also adds to the memory consumption of the script.
Add to the Blocklist:
[prefix] add block [UUID]
Remove from the Blocklist:
[prefix] rm block [UUID]Add to Settings:
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