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My character model is all stretched out, what's going on?

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i and welcome

You can try this:


  1. Go to Edit > Preferences.
  2. Click Graphics tab and check Custom to show additional options.
  3. Uncheck Hardware Skinning.
    640px-Hardware_Skinning_off.png

  4. Click OK" button to confirm, and see if that resolves the issue. You may also need to restart the Viewer.

And also (specially if you have a ATI graphics card) DISABLE VBO:


Hardware Settings allows you to configure some additional, more advanced graphics settings. Press the Hardware Settings button to access the Hardware Settings menu.

Image:kb_Preferences_Graphics_Hardware.png

 

Enable VBO: Enables OpenGL Vertex Buffer Objects.



   
     
64px-KBtip.png Tip:  Enable VBO
on modern hardware gives a performance gain. However, older hardware
often has poor implementation of VBOs and the Second Life viewer may
become unstable when this is enabled.

 

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i and welcome

You can try this:


  1. Go to Edit > Preferences.
  2. Click Graphics tab and check Custom to show additional options.
  3. Uncheck Hardware Skinning.
    640px-Hardware_Skinning_off.png

  4. Click OK" button to confirm, and see if that resolves the issue. You may also need to restart the Viewer.

And also (specially if you have a ATI graphics card) DISABLE VBO:


Hardware Settings allows you to configure some additional, more advanced graphics settings. Press the Hardware Settings button to access the Hardware Settings menu.

Image:kb_Preferences_Graphics_Hardware.png

 

Enable VBO: Enables OpenGL Vertex Buffer Objects.



   
     
64px-KBtip.png Tip:  Enable VBO
on modern hardware gives a performance gain. However, older hardware
often has poor implementation of VBOs and the Second Life viewer may
become unstable when this is enabled.

 

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