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  1. Thank you very much for the information. I think I will switch to the female shape. Those "chicken wings" just aren't cutting it for me. Maybe someday in the [near] future, someone will get bored enough to give this little wrinkle some ironing out. For now, helloooo fem figure
  2. Well, that just about solves this problem :matte-motes-big-grin: Thank you very much!
  3. Even if you're not right, it's just as good of a guess as anybody's and is worth a good look into. I'll see if I can get a friend to take a screeny. I don't know why I haven't tried that yet. It's a good idea =)
  4. Thank you for looking into this and testing things out. I'll keep comparing backs and shapes to try and find out what the deal is.
  5. Yikes. I haven't seen that problem yet. Hopefully we'll both get some kind of help here. I wonder why your back looks so much more smooth than the other backs I've seen. I've even switched to a female shape and it's still all pointy. My default shape when I created my avatar was female, though. I didn't have the points and had a smooth back like you. It wasn't until I switched to the male shape that I started having problems. All of my friends and random guys that I've met who have male shapes seem to have the problem too.
  6. I took 3 screenshots just to be sure that the sharp points were visible. I hope they help...
  7. I'm sorry if this is a double post, but when I searched for the problem with keywords like "back" and "male avatars", my results weren't very specific and mostly about skins and fashion. Anyways, my problem is that no matter what I do to my shape, I keep seeing these sharp points emerging from my shoulder blades. When I turn my camera to the side I can also see that my upper back is horribly sunken in. I'm not the only one with this problem. All of my friends who use the male shapes seem to have this problem too. It doesn't look like it affects the female shape unless you decide to switch to male and then switch back to female. I don't think it has anything to do with what viewer I'm using either. I normally use Phoenix, but I switched to v2.0 and the problem was still there. The same thing happened with v1 and Firestorm. Can anyone shed some light on this problem or help me fix my back?
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