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The miniATM is KDC's approach to a safe, sane and consensual financial domination experience.
- The wearer always has the final say.
- All payments are logged by recipient, time and amount.
- Doesn't require to set an owner/master.
- Safety payment limits.
- Count down & count up mode.
- Payments and requests are revealed to local chat.
Setting the payment limit
Before doing anything with your miniATM, you have to set your maximum payment amount, this is the maximum value of any payment (not the total) that you feel safe with. It protects you against typing accidental digits during payments.
To set payment limit, right-click>edit the miniATM, there should be a notecard called “Pay Limit=0” Simply rename the notecard and replace “0” by the amount of your choice ex; “Pay Limit=1000” for a L$1000 payment limit.
These options are available to anyone in a 20 meter range around the wearer.
Allows anyone to set a minimum payment amount. The wearer will not be able to give this person less outside of a direct request. This option only governs the next payment to the same person and is cleared immediately after.
Allows anyone to publicly request a certain amount, this function will open a confirmation popup for the wearer. Entering the requested amount again will validate the request, entering anything else will reject it. Requests are auto rejected after 50 seconds without a reply from the wearer.
This function will print in local chat the requester's name, the amount and if the request is granted or rejected.
This option will privately message a listing of all the transactions (amount and date) this person received. This function can also be used by the wearer, but will ouput the complete ledger, with recipients for each transaction.
This option will output privately totals for the day, week, and month received by the person using the option. This function can also be used by the wearer, but will output the total sums given.
These options are only available to the wearer.
Allows the wearer to select a person in their vicinity and how much to give them, this works the same as the standard SecondLife “Pay” option, but it will log the amount given and show the transaction in local chat.
The setup menu allows the wearer to change certain aspects of the miniATM, such as turning verbose mode on and off, purging the transaction log, switching from count down to count up mode, and setting the cashbox amount.
The verbose mode will message the wearer every time someone either clicks the miniATM, or change their minimum payment amount.
The logging system of the miniATM can store a total of 200 transactions, past that, the oldest transactions are removed to make room for new ones.
You can use this option to manually purge the transaction log.
Is used to set the value of the cashbox, the function of the cashbox is different depending of the mode the miniATM is in (count down/count up).
In count up mode, the value of the cashbox increases with each payment the wearer makes, the value of the cashbox is displayed in the touch menu as: “Total withdrawn”.
In count down mode, the value of the cashbox decreases with each payment the wearer makes, the value of the cashbox is displayed in the touch menu as: “Available funds”. In count down mode, the cashbox acts as a secondary payment limit.
You can change the sound effects used by the miniATM simply by replacing them with a sound of your choice, removing/renaming the sound files from the miniATM's inventory will disable sound effects without causing any errors.
You can also replace the “credit card” texture with one of your choice, provided that it uses the same “50/50” template.
ER doll hood plugin setup
The miniATM comes with a simple plugin that will mirror the cashbox value of your miniATM on an “ER doll hood” using a condensed form: L$999 L$4.4K, L$10K, etc…
- Drag and drop the “miniATM doll hood plugin” into your ER doll hood.
- With the hood selected go to “Build>Scripts>Reset Scripts” to enable the plugin.
- Update your miniATM cashbox amount and you are set.
While this piece of software has been thoroughly tested for security flaws, it is provided “as is”, without warranty of any kind, express or implied. In no event shall the authors or copyright holders be liable for any claim, damages or other liability.