[sldev] Snowglobe RC2
Black Hat Design
blackhat at blackhatdesign.com
Sat Aug 1 13:54:44 PDT 2009
It's not crashing but SNOW-48 is still an issue. So although the viewer may
not crash, a lot of offsim island and ocean wave content is fuzzy and
blurry. I'm not sure how long anyone can stand using the viewer very long
with that happening. That sort of content is on just about every beach in
I love Snowglobe otherwise. This particular issue is the only reason that I
don't use it constantly.
Repro SNOW-48 at this location.
dirk at dirktalamasca.com
Skype: Dirk Talamasca
AIM: Black Hat Design
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From: sldev-bounces at lists.secondlife.com
[mailto:sldev-bounces at lists.secondlife.com] On Behalf Of Rob Lanphier
Sent: Saturday, August 01, 2009 2:55 PM
To: Tayra Dagostino
Cc: sldev at lists.secondlife.com
Subject: Re: [sldev] Snowglobe RC2
On 08/01/2009 12:31 PM, Tayra Dagostino wrote:
> On Sat, 01 Aug 2009 10:39:01 -0700
> Rob Lanphier <robla at lindenlab.com> wrote:
>> So, barring any unforeseen complications or showstopper regressions
>> from 1.0, this exact build will be put up as the new download for
>> Snowglobe on Monday. Please give this one a spin, and let us know if
>> there's any new bugs.
> Snowglobe 1.1.2 (2584) Jul 31 2009 18:48:57 (Snowglobe Release)
> still a lot of:
> 2009-08-01T19:29:37Z WARNING: LLViewerImage::setIsMissingAsset:
> 5c1ffa2b-3a33-6cf6-f0b0-cd925ebd5ecc: Marking image as missing
> texture (both opened from inventory and applied on prims) are marked as
> MISSING, if i wait few mins (memcache expire) same etxture are marked
> BAD and removed, after few mins too viewer rezz (but not always)
Is this new to Snowglobe 1.1, or was this a problem with Snowglobe 1.0?
Is there something in the bug tracker for this problem?
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