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Linking

Follow these steps to link together two or more prims:

If you are not in the object Editor already, right-click any object and choose Edit, or open the Editor with Ctrl-3.With no object selected in the editor, hold down Shift and click on each prim you wish to link together, one at a time. Make the most important prim and/or scripted prim (root) the last one you select (such as the seat of a vehicle).Then, go to the Tools menu and select Link, or just press Ctrl-L.You can select Tools->Unlink or press Ctrl-Shift-L to break the object apart.

Be aware of the following limitations:

A linked object cannot exceed 54 meters in any dimension.Normally a linkset can have up to 256 prims; sitting avatars count as one prim each.Vehicles, or any physics-enabled object, cannot have more than 32 prims (sitting avatars don"t count toward the physical prim limit).There is no nesting of linked groups. In other words, if you link a third object to two objects already linked and then unlink them it will not yield two groups but three.

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