Release Notes/Second Life Release/3.6.13.284995

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Release Notes for v3.6.13 (284995) - Second Life Viewer

Known Issues
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Second Life Release Viewer version 3.6.13.284995

Released on January 02, 2014.

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[ Windows | Macintosh | Linux]

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Release Notes

 

The 3.6.12 release changed the Windows executable name from 'SecondLife' to 'SecondLifeViewer', but did not remove any executable using the old name that was in the install folder. This could cause some problems with old shortcuts (not including the default one updated by the install) running the previous version (which might then insist on being upgraded, but the upgrade would not correct the old shortcut).

This (and any subsequent) release removes any executable in that install folder that uses the old name; using those shortcuts will now cause Windows to display an error message that the program is not there, so the user will need to modify or replace them with one that refers to the new name.

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Resolved Issues

 
  • MAINT-3571 settings_install.xml is not removed by upgrade to a viewer without one
  • MAINT-3575 Windows executable renamed in 3.6.12


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Known Issues

 
  • MAINT-809 [PUBLIC]Setting 16x antialiasing crashes Viewer in Ubuntu 11.10 with GeForce 6600
  • MAINT-3200 WL Haze effects are inconsistent between solid and transparent objects under water.
  • MAINT-3197 Rigged alpha attachments don't render for impostors.
  • MAINT-3198 Legacy bumpiness renders funny on HUD faces with custom alpha mode
  • MAINT-3213 Brightness and Darkness legacy bump maps render incorrectly on Intel GPUs.
  • MAINT-3135 Cocoa Viewer: Mac: Maximizing the viewer leaves garbage on the screen
  • WEB-4659 Direct Delivery Outbox fails in Linux build
  • STORM-1971 MAC viewer - Renaming an object or clothing item in inventory results in automatic wearing