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Does Firestorm supports alpha-layer?


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After changing viewer, Viewer2 to Firestorm...

Something is slightly different comparing to my Viewer2-using-AV's wearing apperiance.

Does Firestorm supports alpha-layering?

if it's "YES", how can I modulate exposed skin, where was covered properly (not exposed) when using Viewer2.

 

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Plus,Viewer 2 won't show me animation like fountains, waterfall, shower bath, etc. while Firestorm shows this immediately.

How can I make animation-using facilities work properly in Viewer2?

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Yes, Firestorm supports Alpha clothing layers.  I don't understand what you mean by "modulating" exposed skin, however, so I cannot answer that question.  Alpha layers work the same way on all V2/V3 codebase viewers, so there should be no difference between Firestorm and V3.

Animations are all handled client-side, that is, in your own viewer.  If they are not working properly for you, the problem is usually a slow or intermittent Internet connection. Your V2 viewer may be a little more sensitive to interruptions in service than Firestorm is, at least given the Preference settings you have in each of them.   If you are on a wireless system, I recommend switching to a direct cable.  If it has been a while since you rebooted your router, I suggest doing that as well.  Unplug it from the power for a few minutes and then plug it back in again.

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