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please help my avi's face is melting


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27 minutes ago, LipstickSuccubus said:

nothing seams to be working

What are the things that you have tried? 
Also, how high up in the world are you? I have only seen this kind of thing when an avie was at a very high altitude. Try going to ground level and see if that helps any.

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3 hours ago, LipstickSuccubus said:

she was fine yesturday today i log in and she looks like this i tried reseting her catwa head nothing seams to be working she also has a mesh body but i doubt it brings any issue 

 

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Maybe try right clicking the worn head in your inventory and select Texture Refresh?

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4 hours ago, Madelaine McMasters said:

Have you tried using a different viewer?

The moment something inexplicable goes wrong for me in SL, I switch viewers to help determine the cause.

You must switch viewers at near the "normal" FPS!

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39 minutes ago, Nalates Urriah said:

This happens at high altitude. How high were you when you saw this?  🤣   Sorry... it is a real question. There is a math problem in SL that kicks in around 4,000m.

I rarely see builds at that altitude, and there is a structure behind the OP in the example snapshot. Though I like your explanation, I wonder if the OP was really that far off the ground.

@LipstickSuccubus?

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1 hour ago, Madelaine McMasters said:

I rarely see builds at that altitude, and there is a structure behind the OP in the example snapshot. Though I like your explanation, I wonder if the OP was really that far off the ground.

@LipstickSuccubus?

what do you mean/

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13 hours ago, Fritigern Gothly said:

What are the things that you have tried? 
Also, how high up in the world are you? I have only seen this kind of thing when an avie was at a very high altitude. Try going to ground level and see if that helps any.

switching viewers restarting the game chaning my avi to a basic one than reloading the items washing my inm body fluids system nothing works also shes not in the air.....if that what you mean

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Do others see you looking that way, or is it only you that sees the issue?

If it's only you, try the following:

CAUTION: This will reset your toolbar buttons and will remove from your screen some UI items related to the toolbar buttons (e.g. minimap, cameratools, etc). It may also reset some graphics settings, so you will need to reset all of those after logging back in.

  1. Open preferences > network & files > directories
  2. Click the 'open settings folder' button
  3. Keep that folder open and log out of SL
  4. Stay logged out. Look in that settings folder for the settings.xml file and delete it
  5. Log back into SL (a new settings.xml file will be created)
  6. Set your toolbar buttons and UI items back up

If that fixes it, then great. If not, you might want to run some tests on your graphics card, especially if it's an old one that you've had for a while.

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1 hour ago, Skell Dagger said:

Look in that settings folder for the settings.xml file and delete it

Instead of deleting the file, consider renaming it or move it to a different folder so that you can put the settings file back, overwriting the new one, just in case getting rid of the settings file does not help. This way you will not lose all of your custom settings. But only put the old settings file back IF AND ONLY IF MOVING/REMOVING/RENAMING DOES NOT HELP.

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