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In the last release the setting file may have become corrupted, if you
 
In the last release the setting file may have become corrupted, if you
 
tried to save a color change in preferences or make a customised swatch in
 
tried to save a color change in preferences or make a customised swatch in
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The 'settings.xml' file can be found in these directories depending on the operating system:
 
The 'settings.xml' file can be found in these directories depending on the operating system:
 
  
 
1) Windows: C:\Documents and Settings\'''username'''\Application
 
1) Windows: C:\Documents and Settings\'''username'''\Application
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3) Linux: ~/.secondlife/user_settings/    (Note: '~' is the user's home directory and is typically: /home/'''username''')
 
3) Linux: ~/.secondlife/user_settings/    (Note: '~' is the user's home directory and is typically: /home/'''username''')
 
  
  
 
[[Category:Text from In-world Notecards|{{PAGENAME}}]]
 
[[Category:Text from In-world Notecards|{{PAGENAME}}]]
 
[[Category:Bug Fixes]]
 
[[Category:Bug Fixes]]

Revision as of 06:15, 18 June 2008

In the last release the setting file may have become corrupted, if you tried to save a color change in preferences or make a customised swatch in the color picker.

In the preferences window the colors would turn black on relog, this has been fixed in this release but this may cause problems still, the easiest way to fix this is to logout and delete the 'settings.xml' file, or do a complete uninstall and reinstall of the client.

The 'settings.xml' file can be found in these directories depending on the operating system:

1) Windows: C:\Documents and Settings\username\Application Data\SecondLife\user_settings\

2) Mac: username/Library/Application Support/SecondLife/user_settings/

3) Linux: ~/.secondlife/user_settings/ (Note: '~' is the user's home directory and is typically: /home/username)