Release Notes/Snowglobe Release/1.0

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Release notes for Snowglobe version 1.0. Snowglobe is a Second Life-compatible viewer, built jointly by the open source community and Linden Lab. As Philip Linden described when he first announced the project back in March, we set out to create "a widely-used, openly developed version of the Second Life client which is a compelling alternative for a broad set of users, and contains enhancements and development that then rapidly make their way back into the mainstream Second Life version."

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New in Snowglobe 1.0

 

Below is a list of features new to Snowglobe 1.0, relative to the Second Life viewer version 1.23


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Known Issues

 
  • SNOW-2 - Snowglobe sometimes crashes fetching textures (problem in libcurl)
  • SNOW-48 - Large textures sometimes appear fuzzy and not fully loaded
  • SNOW-18 - On main login screen, when updates are available, the update and release notes are un-clickable
  • SNOW-14 - Entering fullscreen sometimes makes rendering very dark/black. Relog corrects problem.
  • SNOW-22 - False warnings for some platforms not meeting minimum spec
  • SNOW-60 - Launching secondlife: urls (e.g. from http://slurl.com ) from a browser to a running Snowglobe instance fails on Mac

See the following for more: