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I go to visit a location and it says that the site is not valid. This happens with every location t


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you'r only at your first day, think you didn't set your maturity levels right yet, adult will be locked unless you set it yourself.

Go to your preferences and enable general/mature/adult ...or stay in general areas... but think you come for other things otherwise you wouldn't get it all places you try.

Next to your choice, landowners may limit access to their land for avatars without payment info and/ or younger than 30 days in Second Life.

Tip for your profile.... write something to show others what you like and perhaps some likings, will make first contacts lot easier...

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you'r only at your first day, think you didn't set your maturity levels right yet, adult will be locked unless you set it yourself.

Go to your preferences and enable general/mature/adult ...or stay in general areas... but think you come for other things otherwise you wouldn't get it all places you try.

Next to your choice, landowners may limit access to their land for avatars without payment info and/ or younger than 30 days in Second Life.

Tip for your profile.... write something to show others what you like and perhaps some likings, will make first contacts lot easier...

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I am going to guess that you have been trying to enter Second Life from your web browser, by clicking on a link.  That's not going to work, at least until you have already downloaded and installed a SL viewer.  Most people enter SL by simply clicking on the viewer's icon on the desktop, the same way that they'd launch any program.  When you have a viewer installed, however, you can also install a plugin that teaches your web browser how to follow the link that you have been trying, if you are really interested in doing that.  It's here >>> http://wiki.phoenixviewer.com/slurl_proxy

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