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Unfortunately, that can sometimes happen with mesh items that have a lot of detail.  I have an alt that loses a leg occasionally too.  You may be able to force the viewer to redraw it by toggling into wireframe mode and back out again (CTRL + Shift + R), or by teleporting to a low-lag region like Smith or maybe just teleporting to high elevation where you are.  If all else fails, relogging usually brings it back for me.

See also http://wiki.phoenixviewer.com/ati#worn_rigged_mesh_goes_invisible  and http://wiki.phoenixviewer.com/mesh_issues#pyramids_ducks, which may be relevant if you have a AMD/ATI graphics card.

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Unfortunately, that can sometimes happen with mesh items that have a lot of detail.  I have an alt that loses a leg occasionally too.  You may be able to force the viewer to redraw it by toggling into wireframe mode and back out again (CTRL + Shift + R), or by teleporting to a low-lag region like Smith or maybe just teleporting to high elevation where you are.  If all else fails, relogging usually brings it back for me.

See also http://wiki.phoenixviewer.com/ati#worn_rigged_mesh_goes_invisible  and http://wiki.phoenixviewer.com/mesh_issues#pyramids_ducks, which may be relevant if you have a AMD/ATI graphics card.

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