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You will always see the groups YOU belong to. On the Firestorm viewer it is easy to identify which groups you have hidden because they will be grayed out. If you don't want others to see your groups then hide them all. You can only see groups others belong to if they have chosen not to hide them.

NOTE: In web profiles you can select to hide the group tab (if I am not mistaken) but this won't stop anyone who DOES NOT use web profiles from seeing your groups.

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You will always see the groups YOU belong to. On the Firestorm viewer it is easy to identify which groups you have hidden because they will be grayed out. If you don't want others to see your groups then hide them all. You can only see groups others belong to if they have chosen not to hide them.

NOTE: In web profiles you can select to hide the group tab (if I am not mistaken) but this won't stop anyone who DOES NOT use web profiles from seeing your groups.

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Are you using a Mac?  If so (or even if you are on a PC, maybe), you could be having a DNS issue.  You may have one or more of the following symptoms:

Possible symptoms:

  • Crashing or getting logged out on all or most teleports;
  • Friends list and groups list not loading;
  • Inability to view any mesh;
  • Inability to view “About Land”;
  • Inability to open notecards;
  • SLVoice does not connect.

How to fix this:

  • On your Mac, open System Preferences and go to Network > Advanced > DNS
  • Hit the plus button (+) and type in the numbers 8.8.8.8.
  • Hit the plus button (+) and type in the numbers 8.8.4.4.
    • If you live in Asia or Australia, you will need to use the following numbers instead of those just listed: 208.67.222.222 and 208.67.220.220. Even those in other parts of the world might find this pair to work better, so if you complete the process and find no change, repeat it with this set.
  • Close the System Preferences and restart your viewer.

What this does:

  • This process adds GoogleDNS and/or OpenDNS to the DNS servers your Mac attempts to use. There is no need to delete the numbers already there; if the system cannot work with them, then it will go down the list until it finds one it can.
  • The issue is related to Linden Lab JIRA VWR-26759. Any additional information we know about it is on that JIRA.
  • If you would like to read about either of these DNSes before adding them to your system, you can visit their pages here for Google or or here for OpenDNS. You may have another set you would prefer to try besides these two, but as you can see on the Linden Lab JIRA, the changes in DNS are the only known fixes for this set of problems.
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