I have a dirty little secret. As much as I love building and tinkering and just plain messing around in-world, something I haven’t done nearly enough is script with LSL. It isn’t because I can’t. Although I relegated programming to a hobby years ago now, I once wrote software for a living. Picking up the basics of LSL really isn’t a challenge. The problem is that I just don’t like it. It’s… very awkward. It’s fine for a small, simple script, but once you try to do anything really large it gets unwieldy to the point where I just want to bang my head on the desk. I have a whole laundry list of things I wish LSL did better, but this post isn’t really about that. Instead it’s about one way I make my life a bit easier. Or about killing two birds with one stone.