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February 21, 2011

Phoenix Bugs

Filed under: Second Life Shit!, Viewer Gripes — Tags: , , , — Hugsie @ 8:34 am

With the new version (1.5.2.908) I’m having this reoccurring bug where older attachments will be attached when I log into world.  Most people know me as a nudist, but I do wear clothes on occasion. If I log out nude, and come back on, some items of my previous outfit I wore days ago is reattached.  I think the system sees them as secondary attachments onto the same spot on my avatar so perhaps it’s not handled the same when it’s saving my avatar’s state when I log out. Regardless, if I wasn’t wearing it when I logged out, I shouldn’t be wearing it when I log back on.

Another bug I’ve found is with the mute list. When someone has on an annoying spamming scripted object, I’ll try to mute object by name by cutting and pasting the name of the object.  However if the name of the object has preceding spaces at the beginning of the name, they get truncated (after relog) so the mute no longer works.

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2 Comments »

  1. Same problem using Kirstens here, I guess it has to be something inherited by LL viewer and related to the new secondary attach points. In the las version I d/l some days ago this problem seems fixed, btw
    Hugs, Quinn

    Comment by Quinn Ying — February 21, 2011 @ 3:43 pm

    • I didn’t get it with the previous version of Phoenix when support for multiple attachments was introduced. and keep in mind this is features in viewer 2, not the older 1.4 or snowglobe code base, so I think Phoenix team did this on their own.

      Comment by hugsalot — February 22, 2011 @ 12:05 pm


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