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Sets various technical aspects of your Second Life experience.
|Sets the maximum rate that the Viewer can download contnet (default is
500 kbps). Lower this value if you encounter a lot of packet loss and server-side lag. This is a maximum value; experiment to find the best value for your setup.
|Check to use a specific TCP/IP port, for example if you're behind a firewall.
|Enter the port number to use.
- Use my browser (IE, Firefox, Safari) to open web pages in your external web browser. Useful to bookmark a page externally or view content not accessible within Second Life.
- Use built-in browser to use the Viewer's built-in web browser. If you select this, then the following choices take effect:
|Check to enable the built-in web browser to run plugins such as Flash.
|Cookies are bits of info stored by websites, used for a number of purposes, including personalizing content. If you have privacy concerns, reject cookies by unchecking this option.
|Enable Web proxy
|Check to set a web proxy to access Second Life in the Proxy location field. Enter the port in the port number field.
|Select whether the Viewer updates itself automatically (the default) or manually.