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my avatar is a cloud is there any way you can fix it for me?


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No, but you can fix it.  You have a common case of bake fail.  The common cures are here >>> http://wiki.phoenixviewer.com/fs_bake_fail

However, if this is happening to you every time that you log in, you probably have a connection problem.  Everyone sees a fluffy cloud for a second or two as they long in.  Until your appearance files are downloaded from the SL servers, that's your default appearance.  If it doesn't go away, you're not getting fully logged in.  You are either losing data during the download or your viewer and the servers are out of sync.  Two easy steps may clear up the problem.  First, if you have been using a wireless Internet connection, trade it in for a direct cable connection. Many people have no trouble at all with wifi, but Linden Lab does not recommend or support it.  Second, reboot both your router and your modem and then restart your computer.  That will clear out some cobwebs in their RAM and let your system get a better grip on an IP address.  If those steps don't clear things up for you, take a look at http://blog.nalates.net/2011/10/26/troubleshoot-your-sl-connection/

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No, but you can fix it.  You have a common case of bake fail.  The common cures are here >>> http://wiki.phoenixviewer.com/fs_bake_fail

However, if this is happening to you every time that you log in, you probably have a connection problem.  Everyone sees a fluffy cloud for a second or two as they long in.  Until your appearance files are downloaded from the SL servers, that's your default appearance.  If it doesn't go away, you're not getting fully logged in.  You are either losing data during the download or your viewer and the servers are out of sync.  Two easy steps may clear up the problem.  First, if you have been using a wireless Internet connection, trade it in for a direct cable connection. Many people have no trouble at all with wifi, but Linden Lab does not recommend or support it.  Second, reboot both your router and your modem and then restart your computer.  That will clear out some cobwebs in their RAM and let your system get a better grip on an IP address.  If those steps don't clear things up for you, take a look at http://blog.nalates.net/2011/10/26/troubleshoot-your-sl-connection/

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