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The upper part of the chest is a notoriously problematic area for clicking scripted attachments because the system avatar click hulls tend to protrude outside the body on many mesh bodies.
Because of how low they hang on the body, I've had to include oversized click “helpers” to make it possible to click the igniter and leashing ring reliably. Despite that, it might require further adjustment per-avatar. I've voiced my concerns about this problem with Linden Lab in the past and there is, unfortunately, nothing more I can do to alleviate the problem.
When chained, the KDC Detcord Collar igniter (this doesn't apply to the primary leash point) will act as a hair-trigger, if the leash is pulled taut in any way, it will initiate the detcord explosion:
A few aspects of the KDC Detcord Collar can be adjusted by renaming specific notecards inside the collar's main inventory. All configuration options are case-sensitive.
This configuration flag can be used to completely disable the detonation function as if the igniter was deactivated or malfunctioning.
This configuration flag determinates the delay before the avatar “respawns” after detonation.
Note: Detaching the collar will end the respawn delay, but that might not be possible if the collar has also been RLV locked (taped shut).
This configuration flag can be used to adjust the severity of the “death” effect.
Note: RLV+ Can make it very difficult to get free in an emergency without logging with a non-RLV client, make sure that you use a reasonable respawn delay when using this option.
This table contains all the special poses that the collars can initiate, the source object is the first object that you click in the touch sequence, while the target object is the second object in the sequence.
Note: These options are only available on the main leashing ring and not on the igniter itself.
Some chaining combinations will offer you to add a specific bound pose if the current avatar limb configuration allows it.
Some poses only use one arm at a time, which allows you to either bind both arms in the same pose or use a different pose on the remaining arm. Check the corresponding column.
|Pose||Source object||Target object||Description & examples||single wrist|
|Tight front||Collar front ring||Any wrist cuff||One hand is tied at the front of the collar.||yes|
|Low front||Collar front ring||Any wrist cuff||Similar to “tight front” but in a lower, more relaxed position.||yes|
|Stooped||collar front ring||belt front ring||The wearer is forced to bend forward.||N/A|