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Bell Lectar

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  1. I know it is off because I looked. I guess it comes as off by default and you have to turn it on yourself if you want it. I don't even have the slightest idea what it does - in my 1,5 years of SL I never needed that option. I remember when the 2 viewer got just released, the older viewer still stayed there as optional. Maybe if I could get it somewhere I could use it to upload my pictures with. But now I got myself a new computer and that viewer is gone and it doesn't seem you can download it anymore. I wonder about that. If they say the older viewer is still optional and usable, then there hould be somewhere you can download it if you prefer it to the viewer 2? Maybe this will be the only way for me to upload images.
  2. I'm sorry I don't understand. I think deleting your viewer doesn't have anything to do with your inventory, does it? If you sat on someone selses's computer that has never had Second Life on it, downloadaed it and logged in, it wouldn't mean your avatar would not have its inventory there, would it? I think it would only make it load for the first time slowly as it gets cached. You don't lose your inventory when you reset caches and uninstall, do you?
  3. Hmmmmmm. The funniest thing just happened. So I have reinstalled my SL to get it to open. After having set the graphics to maximum I hit the reset cache button just in case before relogging. And now it is stuck in exactly the same position it was before I reinstalled it. Maybe it is the option for reseting cache that is broken? Can someone else try and do it? Will this break your viewer too?
  4. I can't check anymore whether I have ever had that box turned on, but now with a brand new installed viewer I know I have it off. Images still refuse to upload with an "Unable to oped file for reading FILE".
  5. Ooooh. I managed to get it to open aftert deinstalling my Second Life completely and reinstalling it back. So that's what it wanted. Me to lose every single viewer and winlight settings and tweaks I've ever made and having to start making it convenient all again from the begining. Well, the fun part still slightly outweights the sad part, so I guess it's fair enough. Thank you very much Rolig Loon and Dilbert Dilweg for replying and trying to help me. With your responses fighting Second Life didn't seem as lonely.
  6. For me, it caused my viewer instead or becoming unresponsive at initializing VFS and needing to be closed forsibly, actually to close on it's own and offer a crash report it won't send because it can't connect to servers. I guess that's some progress.
  7. Yes I have tried many other images of different formats, including those images I have already uploaded into SL long time ago without a problem, and they all get the same result. Why does this happen to me? We all download the same viewer and so many of us use the same or silimar computers, but it's just me who gets so many bugs nobody ever heard of.
  8. I think that's really unlikely. I was using Second Life for almost two years without a problem, and then one day just when I logged out for a minute to reset my cache, they randomly happened to block it? And I don't even think my provider even can forbid me from connecting to anything. I think it's viewer problem, perhaps me reseting my cache randomly caused some bug to break it? I think that maybe I should deinstall and delete it all to reinstall it again but I don't want to do that because I'm afraid I'll lose my windlight settings and they're so long to restore. This is so depressing how all kinds of unique bugs noone ever heard of, happen to me and now even at the worst possible time. How long have I waited for this update to release so i could be one of the first to glare a shaking physics. And just when I reset my cache to go do just that, my SL breaks completely.
  9. Hmmm. I haven't tried to upload a smaller picture. I guess that might be the reason. I just assumed if a picture is too big, then the viewer would automatically reduce it instead of blandly refusing to upload it without saying why. Is a 712 pixels a side square too big for SL? That's strange because I think I saw pictures bigger than that, it's hard to tell though. I just wish I could get my SL to open again sooner to see if I can upload my picture in reduced size. Thank you for replying.
  10. I hit "upload picture", I choose the JPG from my desktop, but then the upload window instead of showing me my picture says "Unable to open file for reading FILE" and the "Upload (10L)" button is grayed out and only the Cancel button is active. Tried it many times over several weeks and thinking it was some temporary bug waited until the viewer is updated. But in the short time I got to play with the viewer released today, picture upload still didn't work to me. Seeing how all the businesses continue releasing the new stuff, I guess it's just me. Tell me please, how can I get a picture uploaded?
  11. Why can't I open it and how can I fix it? I downloaded the newer version just today and used it, and it all was fine. Then I log out to reset my cache and try to open SL but it gets frozen at "Initializing VFS..." message and doesn't progress further. I wait and wait and wait, then click it and it says the program doesnt respond and my PC offers to stop it. Next time I try to open it again, it says my Second Life was frozen or crashed on the previous run and offers me to send a crash report. When I try to send it, it says "Coul not connect to servers, logs not sent". Then it gets stuck at "Initializing VFS...' again. I repeat the described pattern several times, before and after reinstalling Second Life just in case. Then I waited for several hours thinking it was some temporary problem and it might be fixed then. But it isn't. Is my Second Life over? Please tell me how can i get it back?
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