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I'm not sure how else to describe what I'm seeing happen. When I'm logged in and use CTRL+P, a blue filter appears on the screen and takes what can only be decribed as a snapshot if I left mouse click. I can't seem to take a snapshot of it to show you either. I'm unsure what this is or how to clear it other than to sign out. Any thoughts?

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MelissaAnn Majestic wrote:

I'm not sure how else to describe what I'm seeing happen. When I'm logged in and use CTRL+P, a blue filter appears on the screen and takes what can only be decribed as a snapshot if I left mouse click. I can't seem to take a snapshot of it to show you either. I'm unsure what this is or how to clear it other than to sign out. Any thoughts?

When I hit Ctrl + P in the viewer the Preferences dialog pops up. You may have another application running on your computer that's capturing that keystroke combination.

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Open the snapshot window and untick Freeze Frame then relog.

Leave Freeze Frame disabled for now.

This is a bug on the latest release - if you login with freeze frame enabled and open Preferences, the viewer gets stuck in an odd freeze frame state & you'll have to relog to totally fix it.

See https://jira.secondlife.com/browse/BUG-40639

 

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