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We're not truly set up to answer questions about specific products or merchants here in Answers, but when a problem like this comes up our first question is usually, "Have you updated your viewer recently?"  Unless you are using a current version of the SL viewer (or a TPV based on it), you probably don't have Bento support, so a lot of avatar components will look wonky.  Go to http://secondlife.com/support/downloads/ to download and install the current viewer.

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4 minutes ago, ynysmore said:

Thanks but it makes no difference.

Hmmm..  Can you post a picture of what you're seeing, then? I can't visualize what you mean by "The hands reach across and beyond the screen "

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48 minutes ago, ynysmore said:

The brown shape across the screen is an example.  Someone top right of the screen is wearing the hands.

Whoa!  I don't even see any hands, unless that's what the brown thing is.  I wonder, though, are you by any chance using a AMD/ATI graphics card?  If so, quoting the fine support staff at Firestorm:

  • Ideally, you should update (or downgrade) to Catalyst Drivers Version 14.4 - or better yet, one of the latest 15.x drivers, if they are available for your graphics card. We've had reports these drivers fix the bug. Visit this page more on this.
  • Otherwise, go to Preferences - Graphics - General subtab - disable Hardware Skinning. This may result in a loss of FPS. Turn on the Statistics Panel using Ctrl Shift 1, disable Hardware Skinning and monitor your FPS. As this bug affects some non-rigged mesh items, and not all, you may determine that disabling Hardware Skinning is not worth the loss of FPS.
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You don't need Firestorm.  I only mentioned their support staff because they were the ones who posted those instructions.  Either upgrade your AMD/ATI drivers as suggested or go to Preferences >>. Graphics in whatever viewer you are using to disable Hardware Skinning..  Unless, of course, you don't have a AMD/ATI graphics card, in which case this advice is irrelevant.

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