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Having an issue when taking photo's


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To get good answers you need to let us know which operating system you are using, Apple or Windows. We need to know the version too, XP, Vista, or Win7. Also, we need to know which viewer and version. You can easily get all that information by opening the viewer and clicking Help -> About.

There is a setting in the viewers for floating panel transparency. In SLV 2.8 it is in Me -> Preferences -> Color (tab). If the transparency setting has been changed, that could be the problem.

Occassionaly the user settings file will get corrupted. One can delete it. The viewer will rebuild the file on the next start up. If your in Windows Vista/Win 7 the file is in:

C:\Users\[windows_login_name]\AppData\Roaming\SecondLife\user_settings\settings.xml

Replacing the single settings file is usually the point of a clean install. Give both of those a try.

For Photography in SL you will probably want to check out Kirsten's S21 viewer. It is very popular with photograhers and has some additional handy features for them.

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To get good answers you need to let us know which operating system you are using, Apple or Windows. We need to know the version too, XP, Vista, or Win7. Also, we need to know which viewer and version. You can easily get all that information by opening the viewer and clicking Help -> About.

There is a setting in the viewers for floating panel transparency. In SLV 2.8 it is in Me -> Preferences -> Color (tab). If the transparency setting has been changed, that could be the problem.

Occassionaly the user settings file will get corrupted. One can delete it. The viewer will rebuild the file on the next start up. If your in Windows Vista/Win 7 the file is in:

C:\Users\[windows_login_name]\AppData\Roaming\SecondLife\user_settings\settings.xml

Replacing the single settings file is usually the point of a clean install. Give both of those a try.

For Photography in SL you will probably want to check out Kirsten's S21 viewer. It is very popular with photograhers and has some additional handy features for them.

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