The universal nameplate is a flexible scripted attachment that can display up to 128 characters over 4 lines. Whether you simply want to put your name/function on it for roleplay purpose, or for more creative uses.
It uses an innovative text display system that use very little prims (or L.I) and render sharp and properly spaced letters on modern viewers.
The owner/wearer of the nameplate can click it to bring up the wearer menu which contains all the configuration options.
Selecting this option will open a text entry allow you to enter one or more lines of text to display on the nameplate.
NOTE: Because the text system is using a reduced character set, only letters (upper and lowercase) numbers, spaces dots and dashes( “.” and “-” ) can be used. Any unrecognized character will be replaced by a space.
Selecting this option will prompt you to pick a line and then a color, this allow you to color each line on the nameplate independently.
Selecting this option will prompt you to pick a line and then a font, this allow you to set a distinct font per line on the nameplate (Grundschrift, DejaVu, Liberation or Stanislav).
Selecting this option allow you to pick a color for the plate from a selection of presets.
Selecting this option allow you to pick a color for the contrasting trim of the plate.
Dragging and dropping a notecard inside the nameplate will enable this feature. Whenever someone other than the owner/wearer clicks the nameplate, it will offer the notecard stored within it. NOTE: You might need to detach the nameplate and rez it on the ground in order to drop a notecard in it.
There appears to be a slight viewer lag for some people where letters appears to be spaced improperly, right click/editing the object appears to force the pending object updates and solve that problem