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Why do some of the avatars turn a solid color when I am at a location?


Meri Carver
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It's feature introduced to reduce lag when an avatar is extremely complex to render. You can change this behavior in your preferences under the "Graphics" tab and set "Avatar Complexity" to unlimited. I believe the term for this is called "Jelly Dolls" and has been recently added to the system, to prevent grphics card crashers and reduce lag and workload on your video card.

Hope that help answer your question.

Enjoy your Second Life!

Felicia

*Note: Anything above 350,000 will trigger the system to change an avatar to a solid color.

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