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fix to adjust the position of an avatar from the ground?


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Hellou...

The feet of my avatar are not on the ground, they are a short distance above it. I have tried sitting and then standing...standing on prim as well as ground, editing appearence and removing all shoes, alpha layers, AOs etc etc...but still no joy.

Anyone know a fix to adjust the position of an avatar from the ground?

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Something you wore or attached to your Avatar would be the most likely cause. I would try to detach everything you might have added (as you have done), wear an outfit from your Library folder, clear cache and relog.

If you stand on a cube or prim; do you feet meet or touch that surface?

I usually have the opposite problem; my feet sink into the ground.

Besides something an Avatar might wear, I do not know an easy way to adjust or alter an avatar's distance from the ground patch.

Maybe another Residents knows how.

Good luck. 

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My feet are in the ground, what is wrong?
You need to adjust your offset in Z direction. This is done in following way depending of the choice of viewer:

  • Phoenix : Preferences (Ctrl+P)>Phoenix tab>Avatar tab>Adjust the Z modifier
  • Firestorm : Click the Firestorm icon on the bottom bar>Raise your height offset
  • SL official viewer : Open the developer menu through the Advanced menu (Ctrl+Alt+D), there is an option towards the bottom. Develop>Avatar>Character Tests>Allow Select Avatar. Then hold Ctrl+3 to start the editor. Click on your avatar’s body and adjust the number
  • Singularity : Preferences>Vanity>Body Dynamics
  • Exodus : Click the tools button>Move the  ground offset slider to the right
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