Step 1: Set permissions on selected items within an object
Oh. My. Grud. A dream come true for creators and builders. Set permissions on a range of objects... or on the contents within an object - or even just on selected content types within the object. Rejoice! Imprudence is here! (Can you tell I'm excited?!). This feature would have saved me countless hours when ONE texture out of thousands had a no transfer and I needed to change it to take a back up of my texture organiser. For day to day uses it's unbelievably useful for content creator, builders and sellers.
"Building: Added "Tools > Set permissions on selected task inventory" menu item, to set perms on multiple in-world objects and/or their contents. This will have a nicer UI later. (VWR-5082; thanks Michelle2 Zenovka!)" - from the release notes
Get involved by contributing to the development or by using the viewer (instead of the official SL viewer/software) and providing feedback on any bugs you find... and, of course, anything you love about this viewer.
"The goal of Imprudence is to make significant usability improvements over the standard SL viewer, but for this first release our focus has simply been to get the project established. You'll find many small improvements scattered throughout the viewer, almost all of them programmed by SL Residents and submitted as patches to JIRA, but which LL has not (at least yet) accepted. Future versions of Imprudence will feature more significant improvements made specifically for this project. " - from the release notes
Useful Imprudence Viewer Links