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// LoopRez v0.6, by Ged Larsen, 20 December 2006
// Strife Onizuka was here in 2008
//
// - rez a number of objects in an ellipse, whose size is determined by xRadius and yRadius
// - all facing "outwards", along a tangent to the ellipse
// - can set how much the objects flare outwards
// - properly handles object rotation corrections (for example, X-axis 180 degree rotation helps for flexi-prim skirts)
// - can also get a 'saddle' bend, to generate a bend that might help for necklaces (from Ariane Brodie)
//
// To use:
//    1) create a prim that will contain this script and the object to use
//    2) put the script into the prim
//     3) create an object that will be used, and name it "Object"
//    4) put "Object" into the prim containing the script, by dragging it from your inventory
//    5) get out of Edit Mode, and touch the prim
//
// Random note:
// - this version does NOT insure equal spacing of objects along the perimeter of the ellipse
// - i.e., objects "bunch up" at the long ends of an ellipse; the effect should be acceptable for non-extreme ellipses
// - even spacing of objects can be accomplished, but requires simulation of integral calculus, which slows down the script
//
// References:
// - tangent formulas from: http://mathworld.wolfram.com/Ellipse.html

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// CONFIGURATION PARAMETERS, change these to your liking

string objectName = "My Skirt Prim";          // object to use; will need to be in the inventory of the prim containing this script
string rootPrimName = "Root Prim (Rename Me)";      // root prim that will appear at center of dress
integer numObjects = 16 ;                // how many objects
float flareAngle = 70.0;                // how many DEGREES the bottom of object will flare outwards, the "poof" factor
float bendCoefficient = 0.0;            // makes a "saddle shape", bends DOWN this number of meters at extremes of X-axis
vector rotOffset = <0.0, 180.0, 0.0>;     // rotation offset in DEGREES -- fixes the rotation of ALL objects; for flexi prims, often you will want <180.0, 0.0, 0.0>
vector posOffset = <0.0, 0.0, 1.0>;        // position offset

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// No need to mess with anything below here

makeLoop()
{
integer n = 0;                      // which object is being placed
float cos;                          // cosine of the angle
float sin;                          // sine of the angle
vector pos;                         // position
rotation rot;                       // rotation in quaternion format

vector rezzerPos = llGetPos();
vector rootPrimPos = rezzerPos + posOffset + <0.0, 0.0, 0.5>;
float s = TWO_PI / numObjects;

for(; n < numObjects; ++n) {
cos = llCos(s * n);
sin = llSin(s * n);

//x = ellipse: 2x xRadius meters wide
//y = ellipse: 2x yRadius meters wide
//z = saddle shape, bending downwards on X-axis
pos =  +
rezzerPos +
posOffset;

// user-chosen rotation offset correction
// flare generation (poof)
// the following make the objects face outwards properly for an ellipse; using theta alone is only correct for a circle
rot = llEuler2Rot(rotOffset * DEG_TO_RAD) *
llEuler2Rot(<0, -flareAngle * DEG_TO_RAD, 0>) *
llRotBetween(<1.0,0.0,0.0>, );

llRezObject(objectName, pos, ZERO_VECTOR, rot, n);
}

// My dresses always use a root prim at the center of the circle/ellipse.
// Rather than copying the rezzer, deleting objects and scripts inside and renaming it, I
// am going to rez a root prim specifically designed for this purpose, at or around the corect
// height, centered in the skirt.
llRezObject(rootPrimName, rootPrimPos, ZERO_VECTOR, ZERO_ROTATION, 0);
}

default
{
touch_start(integer total_number)
{
if (llDetectedOwner(0) == llGetOwner())
{
makeLoop();
}
}
}```