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  1. I know both the bug list from Linden see https://releasenotes.secondlife.com/viewer/6.4.0.529247.html as well as yours. Of course, I believe first and foremost that of Linden, since one must of course assume that it also corresponds to what is fact. Therefore, I also wrote 4 or 5 known bugs that I consider more than flaws rather than affecting the pure functionality of the system.On the following pictures you can see what I meant by overexposed. The order is LL-EEP-RC, Firestorm Release, Black Dragon by using Regiontime.. The Time when i made that Pictures was about 10 Minutes to 8am CEST ..
  2. One of the main features is the representation of real 24-hour day cycles as we use it from the beginning of EEP on our regions. One can not only blame the viewer, the regional software has as well as the allegedly correct representation of EEP settings looks great influence. Unfortunately, and one day after the release of this region update, I also published it here and as Jira, not all newly created settings are actually displayed accordingly, and thus, e.g. In the EEP viewer displayed correctly beautiful weather settings in the regular release versions extremely overexposed. By contrast, poorer bad weather phases are displayed correctly in the current viewers as well as in yours. You are cordially invited to come to us during the day and we will see the matter in a constructive meeting on site where we can also test the different settings and you can get an impression with both, your and the current EEP viewer. what I mean. And in the future we prefer to carry out our personal controversies with a beer at the Kirchenwirt instead of here in public where it does not belong 😉 .
  3. In the past, downloadlinks for Windlight Settings were offered on Marketplace, in future the settings will be directly sellable. So where is the difference? EEP is the future and we will have to deal with it whether we like it or not. I personally like it very much. I have tested the current version EEP - 6.4.0.529247 for a very long time and am definitely of the opinion that EEP, even if 4 or 5 known problems are still open, has reached the readiness level. This opinion is not only me, but many other users as well. Even if the values of Mr. NiranV Dean does not fit in the junk, because he still thinks EEP is dead, but the dead say live longer than you think. While the new achievements of Niran are first-rate and I would also like to think that I wish Linden to implement them in future updates, they are not a hindrance to the public realease of the current base features offered by the current viewer EEP - 6.4.0.529247.@ NiranV Dean personally said. You are a very smart guy, but you are selling yourself very badly. You can not go around and hold people's pistols to their breasts and, like at the last meeting, make them implement ideas without an alternative (quote: "yes or yes or yes"). This is unfortunately the wrong way you go. Give up your pointless protest and your bad faith and bring you in a meaningful, but also fair way in the project. It would also be nice if you could omit your vulgar expressions, because then you make yourself only unpopular with people whose vocabulary does not consist of fecal expressions.
  4. And what about the RC update that OZ has announced for this week at the last TPV meeting and that should improve the script runtime?
  5. Omg what a very very old Issue. I had them the last Time about 7 Years ago. @Cam Mode Landmarks -> Favorits.
  6. @NiranV Dean : 1. I use that Color i want and thats black as usual. 2. I dont think that EEP is far away from being useable. We use it on both of our Regions and that daily and never wont get back to the old System. Ok ist a bit more Work to make all Settings we use here Looking really perfect as it is in RL but thats why EEP is for and Guys, like you, better wait until others made good Settings for you when you´re too lazy to do it. 3. As Rider Linden said: Have you ever filed a Jira about that perrmanently Crashes you had with that one Built? I dont think so. 4. What i ment is that the latest Serverbuilt for Magnum is a weak Compromise between to be or not to be cause it doesnt really show that 24 Hour Settings properly on legacy Viewers as it normaly should be as it was anounced in the Release Notes and i was definatly not too lazy to contact the Support and tell it to them. 5. We all know that you dont like EEP really and you have told it us more than a lot of Times in your typical and primitive german Way. Slowly it enough. Get used to a decent tone or let yourself get involved in everything and just create a bad mood. 6. And who sits in the glass house should better not throw stones because even your latest viewer is affected by all of us well-known NVIDIA bug and can crash after quitting the screen but can be fixed by a simple restart of the screen. Only the latest Linden Release Viewer and Firestorm doesnt have that Problem.
  7. The update 19.06.11.528038 released yesterday for Magnum RC (Fixing for BUG-226815 [EEP]) is unfortunately only a weak compromise, because it still lacks the correct representation of EEP settings in the current release viewer. The representation of clouds, fog is very mangeaft and does not correspond to the actual setting, or in a 24-hour setting lacks the correct representation of the night hours continue to be calculated after the old 4-hour cycle and are therefore displayed completely wrong. Better you clean up the last bugs in the EEP viewer and bring EEP as fast as possible in the release. So you save the embarrassment of other useless compromises to those who are too good to use the test viewer to satisfy.
  8. The update 19.06.11.528038 released yesterday for Magnum RC (Fixing for BUG-226815 [EEP]) is unfortunately only a weak compromise, because it still lacks the correct representation of EEP settings in the current release viewer. The representation of clouds, fog is very mangeaft and does not correspond to the actual setting, or in a 24-hour setting lacks the correct representation of the night hours continue to be calculated after the old 4-hour cycle and are therefore displayed completely wrong. Better you clean up the last bugs in the EEP viewer and bring EEP as fast as possible in the release. So you save the embarrassment of other useless compromises to those who are too good to use the test viewer to satisfy.
  9. That's it. Regions that are not well maintained and rarely restarted often have logouts that are delayed. If it is a private region, I advise you to restart the region once a day to ensure a smooth flow. Mainland regions will be restarted on request at Linden Labs, should it be necessary.
  10. SL had only a little hiccup. The world is not going down and the coffee in the waiting time (25 minutes) was good. It's not the real life but only SL and there you can quietly make a coffee break. 😉
  11. No reason to worry. It works again. So stay calm and log in. 😉
  12. Yea thats true and we moved ahead to Silans Setting witch we implemented into a 24h Daycycle. Tomorow we start with new Tests and learning more how to fix Problems like that. For my Wife and me ist a permanently learning by doing to find out more about EEP and all his funktionality.
  13. @Silas Merlin : Your Skypreset you sell on MP is a very good made Base for a new Daycycle my Wife and i made for our Region. We made some little Adjustments and now it looks brilliant on our Regions on cloudy Days.
  14. @Nathan Zetkin : Some little Corrections on the Gamma fader and the Blue Horizon Color made it a bit brighter but not too much so it looks good as well and wont make you blind. Ist as i said it up from the beginning. You never stop learning and with each Setting you make you learn a bit more.
  15. Last but not least, this monster project has gone off without a hitch and the increase in performance is noticeable if you are familiar with the data of the Statisticbar. Why the project manager April Linden, however, feels bad because of the failures is a mystery to me. The downtime was indisputably necessary to be able to carry out the project in a secure network environment and to ensure the security of all data. A huge praise and thanks to all involved in the project for this great achievement they have done in the last few days.
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