[JIRA] Updated: (MISC-3600) Parts of Avatar become invisable when wearing ALPHA texture cloth(s)ing

Master Kane (JIRA) no-reply at lindenlab.cascadeo.com
Sat Nov 14 05:18:01 PST 2009


     [ http://jira.secondlife.com/browse/MISC-3600?page=com.atlassian.jira.plugin.system.issuetabpanels:all-tabpanel ]

Master Kane updated MISC-3600:
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    Description: 
Useing version: Second Life 1.23.5 (136262) Oct 14 2009 12:08:26 (Second Life Release)

 When wearing clothing items on these layers : Undershirt, underpants, tops, jackets, pants, gloves,  that have ALPHA layered textures, avatar becomes invisable when worn.

Here is a work around for what worked for me, I tested this on 5 pieces of clothing so far and has worked so far.

Providing that the clothing piece IS MOD!

1) Wear clothing as normal

2) If avatar is invisable, Edit Apperaence, Choose clothing layer, change colors (TINT) then SELECT > SAVE Exit Edit.

3) Take OFF clothing

4) Wear SAME clothing

5) Go BACK into Appearence mode and change color (TINT) back to default (what is was before changing the color (TINT)) SELECT > SAVE and Exit Edit again.

6) Take clothing back off

7) Wear clothing once again.

8) Grab some Coffee and donuts, and have some fun :)

These steps seemed to work for my wife's account so far as she has some older clothing items, back from 2007.
Some would come in and some not. The ones I could not get to come in where NO MOD, other WERE MOD and was able to fix this issue (So far)


  was:
Useing version: Second Life 1.23.5 (136262) Oct 14 2009 12:08:26 (Second Life Release)

 When wearing clothing items on these layers : Undershirt, underpants, tops, jackets, pants, gloves,  that have ALPHA layered textures, avatar becomes invisable when worn.

Here is a work around for what worked for me, I tested this on 5 pieces of clothing so far and has worked so far.

Providing that the clothing piece IS MOD!

1) Wear clothing as normal

2) If avatar is invisable, Edit Apperaence, Choose clothing layer, change colors (TINT) then SELECT Exit Edit.

3) Take OFF clothing

4) Wear SAME clothing

5) Go BACK into Appearence mode and change color (TINT) back to default (what is was before changing the color (TINT)) and Exit Edit again.

6) Take clothing back off

7) Wear clothing once again.

8) Grab some Coffee and donuts, and have some fun :)

These steps seemed to work for my wife's account so far as she has some older clothing items, back from 2007.
Some would come in and some not. The ones I could not get to come in where NO MOD, other WERE MOD and was able to fix this issue (So far)



> Parts of Avatar become invisable when wearing ALPHA texture cloth(s)ing
> -----------------------------------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: MISC-3600
>                 URL: http://jira.secondlife.com/browse/MISC-3600
>             Project: 4. Second Life Misc Issues - MISC
>          Issue Type: Bug
>          Components: Miscellaneous
>            Reporter: Master Kane
>            Priority: Critical
>         Attachments: Invisable Avatar.png
>
>
> Useing version: Second Life 1.23.5 (136262) Oct 14 2009 12:08:26 (Second Life Release)
>  When wearing clothing items on these layers : Undershirt, underpants, tops, jackets, pants, gloves,  that have ALPHA layered textures, avatar becomes invisable when worn.
> Here is a work around for what worked for me, I tested this on 5 pieces of clothing so far and has worked so far.
> Providing that the clothing piece IS MOD!
> 1) Wear clothing as normal
> 2) If avatar is invisable, Edit Apperaence, Choose clothing layer, change colors (TINT) then SELECT > SAVE Exit Edit.
> 3) Take OFF clothing
> 4) Wear SAME clothing
> 5) Go BACK into Appearence mode and change color (TINT) back to default (what is was before changing the color (TINT)) SELECT > SAVE and Exit Edit again.
> 6) Take clothing back off
> 7) Wear clothing once again.
> 8) Grab some Coffee and donuts, and have some fun :)
> These steps seemed to work for my wife's account so far as she has some older clothing items, back from 2007.
> Some would come in and some not. The ones I could not get to come in where NO MOD, other WERE MOD and was able to fix this issue (So far)

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