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what does it mean to not initerize property


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I'm just guessing, but I bet that "initerize" actually means "initialize."  If that's the case, try this......

Clear your cache manually.

(XP) - C: - Documents and Settings - (USER NAME) - AppData - SecondLife
(Vista) - C: - Users - (USER NAME) - AppData - Local - SecondLife
(Win 7) - C: - Users - (USER NAME) - AppData - Roaming - SecondLife

Delete the contents of the folder and restart.

NOTE: You may need to go to Windows Tools > Folder Options > View & enable Show Hidden Files/Folders, in order to see AppData folder.

ETA:  Ah... I just reread your question and realized that you were asking about initerizing property.  I misread that before as "properly. "  Now I'm really not sure what the answer is.  Maybe you can add more to your question by clicking on the Options link in its upper right corner and selecting Edit.

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