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13 minutes ago, mommyheather1 said:

I need a list of plpaces to go to help mt load my inventoer lagg  prevents it from all loading

 

Open the map and find a water region or one that is mostly water and has no people.  Go there and stand at the bottom of the ocean.  No lag, best place for inventory loading.

 

ETA:  Oh yeah - and that (the current inventory grid issue)

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  • clear the inventory cache manually:
    • Click the Open button to the right of cache location. This should open a file picker window.
    • Locate the .inv.llsd.gz file that starts with YOUR avatar key. Your key can be found in your profile, under your name.
      • The file will look like this: XXXXXXXX-XXXX-XXXX-XXXX-XXXXXXXXXXXX.inv.llsd.gz
  • (Depending on your OS settings, you may not see the .gz at the end of the filename, but the file type should show as GZ, gzip, WinZip, or WinRAR, depending on what utilities you have installed on your computer.)
  • ESSENTIAL: Log out of Firestorm.
  • Delete the .inv.llsd.gz file located above.
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8 hours ago, PrimaSecret said:

 

  • clear the inventory cache manually:
    • Click the Open button to the right of cache location. This should open a file picker window.
    • Locate the .inv.llsd.gz file that starts with YOUR avatar key. Your key can be found in your profile, under your name.
      • The file will look like this: XXXXXXXX-XXXX-XXXX-XXXX-XXXXXXXXXXXX.inv.llsd.gz
  • (Depending on your OS settings, you may not see the .gz at the end of the filename, but the file type should show as GZ, gzip, WinZip, or WinRAR, depending on what utilities you have installed on your computer.)
  • ESSENTIAL: Log out of Firestorm.
  • Delete the .inv.llsd.gz file located above.

Just using the CLEAR INVENTORY CACHE button right there usually works just fine.

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