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Release Notes for v3.7.28 (300918) - Second Life Viewer

Known Issues
Please see the Known Issues for important information and limitations.

Second Life Release Viewer version

Released on April 15, 2015.

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[ Windows | Macintosh | Linux]

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Release Notes


This release is primarily a change to the tools we use to build the viewer (to Visual Studio 2013, Xcode 6.1, and some other tools improvements). One hopes that this will improve performance and stability; it will certainly help developers work more efficiently to fix problems and implement new features. Contains an update to login screen reverting to single-button.

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Resolved Issues

  • MAINT-4530 Viewer verification (code signature check) fails on OSX 10.9.5
  • MAINT-4790 Login screen with single Login button
  • MAINT-4843 viewer-tools-update viewer does not start on Windows 7.
  • MAINT-4845 viewer-tools-update viewer does not start on Linux
  • MAINT-4860 Cannot run viewer on Linux
  • MAINT-4876 Linux viewer unable to connect to voice chat
  • MAINT-4995 Show favorite locations on login screen does not work consistently
  • MAINT-5008 [TOOLS-UPDATE-RC] The world can become completely whitewashed, blackwashed, or a mix of both depending on which direction the avatar is facing and the location. Does not repro on the official release.
  • MAINT-5047 XML files that are not well-formed in Tools Update viewer
  • MAINT-5090 Remove disabling HTTP Inventory from Viewer
  • MAINT-5097 crash in LLFloaterPay::onGive
  • OPEN-282 Unify Thread Local Storage support
  • OPEN-295 Update Windows installer script in viewer-tools-update (VS 2013)
  • STORM-2113 Fixes for pointer arithmetic and out of bounds crash in uri parsing

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Known Issues

  • 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.