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Hold on there, and don't panic.

First, do you really mean that Outfits are missing?  By "Outfit", I mean that you assembled a look, and then used Appearance/Save As, and saved the entire ensemble as an Outfit?

In that case, you certainly don't have to re-buy the items.  An Outfit is merely a collection of links...shortcut pointers to the actual items in your inventory.  Even if an Outfit is deleted, the objects that made up the Outfit are still there.

However, it can be a huge chore to try and remember just which things you used to create a particular Outfit.  Fortunately, most inventory loss problems are fixable.  The only thing that's broken is the inventory cache on your local machine's hard drive.  The actual inventory is still on the LL servers. See this page for things to try, to fix this problem: http://wiki.phoenixviewer.com/fs_missing_inventory

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Hold on there, and don't panic.

First, do you really mean that Outfits are missing?  By "Outfit", I mean that you assembled a look, and then used Appearance/Save As, and saved the entire ensemble as an Outfit?

In that case, you certainly don't have to re-buy the items.  An Outfit is merely a collection of links...shortcut pointers to the actual items in your inventory.  Even if an Outfit is deleted, the objects that made up the Outfit are still there.

However, it can be a huge chore to try and remember just which things you used to create a particular Outfit.  Fortunately, most inventory loss problems are fixable.  The only thing that's broken is the inventory cache on your local machine's hard drive.  The actual inventory is still on the LL servers. See this page for things to try, to fix this problem: http://wiki.phoenixviewer.com/fs_missing_inventory

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