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Important Notes. Second Life is not compatible with dial-up internet, satellite internet, and some wireless internet services. Second Life may not run on graphics cards other than the ones listed above. The following cards are NOT compatible with Second Life: NVIDIA cards that report as a RIVA TNT or TNT2; ATI cards that report as RAGE, RAGE PRO, or RADEON 320M, 340M, 345M, or similar. The 22 Art Space: Melusina Parkin and Whiskey Monday. Currently open at the 22 Art Space in Bellisseria, operated and curated by Ricco Saenz and Randy Firebrand, is a joint exhibition by Melusina Parkin and Whiskey Monday – the latter making a return to Second Life’s art scene (and the platform as a whole) after an extended absence.
The following steps enable you to run multiple instances of the SL Viewer at the same time. Since you can only have each account logged in once, you'll need multiple accounts, one for each instance. Also see Viewer parameters.
|Warning: Linden Lab recognizes the practical usages of running multiple avatars/accounts at once for inventory transfers, permissions testing, avatar group photography, making machinima, and so on. But the Second Life Viewer can be very resource-intensive, and having more than one instance competing for RAM, graphics card memory, and soforth fares poorly on many systems. So do NOT count on the below tips to work.|
Best of luck, and PROCEED AT YOUR OWN RISK.
- 1Easy steps
- 2Older details
- 3Mac OS X
- 3.1From the Finder
Revised for SL Viewer 2.5.
- Start the SL Viewer. On the login screen, change the Mode dropdown to Advanced and restart the Viewer.
- Select Me menu > Preferences.
- In the Preferences window, click the Advanced tab.
- Enable Allow Multiple Viewers
- Click OK.
- Double-click a SL Viewer shortcut (installed by default on your desktop) to start a new instance of the Viewer.
- Double-click it again to start another Viewer instance. Repeat this until you have the number of desired instances.
- In the Finder, select Go menu > Go to Folder.
/Applications/Second Life Viewer 2.app/Contents/MacOSand click Go.
- Double-click the
Second Lifeexecutable to start a new instance of the Viewer.
- Double-click it again to start another instance. Repeat this until you have the number of desired instances.
You can right-click the
Second Life executable and select Make Alias, then drag the alias to a convenient place (like your desktop) so you don't have to dig in the future.
Some of the following is outdated and no longer applies.
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This can work on Windows XP and Vista.
- Make a new shortcut to SecondLife.exe.
- If you still have the desktop shortcut included with the default install, you can edit it, or right-click it and select Create Shortcut to make a safety copy. You can rename it to differentiate.
- Right-click the shortcut, click the Shortcut tab.
- Next to Target:, add '
--multiple' to the end.
- The whole Target: line should look like: '
C:Program FilesSecondLifeSecondLife.exe' --set InstallLanguage en --multiple
- The whole Target: line should look like: '
- Click OK to save.
- Double-click the Second Life shortcut to start Second Life. After it's running, double-click the shortcut again to see if another copy successfully starts.
Mac OS X
From the Finder
- Go to your Applications folder and look for Second Life.
- Right-click Second Life and click Show Package Contents.
- Within the package, open Contents > Resources folders, then double-click arguments.txt. By default, it'll open in TextEdit.
- In this text file, add '
--multiple', then in the text editor, go to File menu > Save.
- Still in the Second Life package, go up a level. Then go into the MacOS folder (Contents > MacOS)
- Double-click the Second Life executable in the MacOS folder, which is different than running the overall application package. A Terminal window with debug info appears, then Second Life should start. Then, double-click the Second Life executable or shortcut again. Another copy should successfully appear.
- To make this easier in the future, right-click the Second Life executable and choose Make Alias. You can drag this alias to your desktop or another convenient location so you don't have to dig into this folder in the future.
- Alternatively, you can duplicate the Second Life package.
From the Terminal
Recommended for the technically comfortable:
- Open the Terminal.
- Type or paste in '
/Applications/Second Life.app/Contents/MacOS/Second Life --multiple'. You need to change the directory if you've installed Second Life somewhere else.
- Press Return, and repeat the above for each subsequent instance.
One instance per user account
(An alternative method for Mac OS X 10.3 Panther or later (which may also work for Windows?) is to use different user accounts on your computer: this needs an initial set-up, but will then involve being able to run Second Life as multiples without any technical changes to Package Contents.)
- Set up (repeat for further multiples if desired):
- Open System Preferences > Accounts
- Click the lock icon in the bottom left and type an admin password to authenticate
- Under Login Options, check Enable fast user switching
- If you need to add an account, click the + symbol under the list of accounts
- Give the new account a name and short name. For convenience, don't use a password, and do not give the new account Administrator privileges
- Repeat as desired
- Regular use:
- Log in to your main SL account under one computer user account
- Use the Fast User Switching menu to switch to another user account
- Log in to another of your SL accounts
- (watch your computer slow right down!)
- Use Fast User Switching to quickly switch between accounts
The disadvantages of this second method is that you cannot have both SL windows on your screen simultaneously.The advantage is that you can run both instances of SL full screen.
- Find the file gridargs.dat in the Second Life installation directory
- Edit the file and add '-multiple'
Launch alternate viewers
You can start up SL Viewer first, and then launch Meerkat or Hippo (or both).
It has to be in that order, SL Viewer and Greenlife Emerald insist on being the 'first', so you cannot run them both at the same time. Meerkat and Hippo don't mind being second or third.
Advantage: You can experiment with different viewers on the same screen.
Disadvantage: It's very, very slow if both windows are maximized. The best way to switch is by minimizing one and maximizing the other. This is a bit cumbersome. And they both need to be maximized when you want to compare them directly, of course.
This is my Firestorm viewer VR mod project for Second life and OpenSim.
Latest release ported to latest Firestorm version by humbletim.
In this version the openvr_api.dll is already included in the installation directory.
The source code of the VR section is still the same as in 6.3.3
For more information's see
Release version 6.3.3 notes:
Added a new way to configure VR settings via menu.
HMD view offsets now the rotation of the avatar camera (Flying cam is easier to use).
Small image quality improvement.
VR driver can now be initialized and shut down on the fly.
Some improvements on the controller positioning.
Source changes reduced to editing only llviewerdisplay.cpp and adding 2 files to the project.
Install the Firestorm VR Mod viewer.
( THIS STEP HAS TO BE DONE FOR 6.3.3 VERSION ONLY. HUMBLETIM´S VERSION DOES THAT VIA INSTALLER )
Make sure you choose a different installation directory then your standard FS viewer. ( Humbletim´s v ersion does that already. )
( THIS STEP HAS TO BE DONE FOR 6.3.3 VERSION. HUMBLETIM´S VERSION DOES THAT VIA INSTALLER )
Put the openvr_api.dll contained in this zip file in to the freshly installed firestorm folder where the firestorm exe is located.
Firestorm Second Life Vr
In case you encounter issues with black HMD display .
If Advanced Lighting Model in Graphic settings is not enabled on start, Enable it and restart Firestorm.
if that does not help.
Create a profile for the viewer in your graphic card settings and enable FXAA.
Second life only supports FXAA. Other types of Anti-aliasing can be disabled.
Start Steam VR
Start the Firestorm VR Mod viewer.
Press CTRL+TAB to load or unload the SteamVR driver.
Press TAB key to enable and disable VR mode.
Press F5 to open the settings menu, you should see a text menu in the middle of the screen.
Press F6 to increase the selected value.
Press F7 to decrease the selected value.
Press F5 again to switch to the next menu entry.
By pressing F5 on the last menu entry the menu will close and save the the settings in a config file which is located in
'C:Usersyour_user_nameAppDataRoaming' and can be edited directly.Pressing TAB also reloads the config file.
The settings menu works only when VR mode is enabled.
Hold F3 to see some debug info.
Press F4 to disable and enable HMD's direction changes . It is better to disable the HMD's direction interface when editing and flying with the camera. This may be subject to change in next versions.
Moving the mouse to the corners or the sides will shift the screen to this direction so menus can be accessed.
In the camera floater 2 buttons has been added to offset the HMD's base rotation.
This mod works best while sitting and using mouse and keyboard
WindowsMixedReality users may need to press windows key + Y to unlock the mouse when the HMD is worn.
If your Hardware can not maintain constand 90 FPS i suggest to enable motion reprojection in your HMD.
in WindowsMixedReality it can be done by uncommenting 'motionReprojectionMode' : 'auto', in the config file located at 'C:Program Files (x86)SteamsteamappscommonMixedRealityVRDriverresourcessettingsdefault.vrsettings'.
This will make the HMD interpolate between frames and create a smoother experience.
Vive and Oculus should have similar functionalities which can be accessed from SteamVR settings.
For Vive it is called Motion Smoothing.
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I also encountered some avatars with old linden body's that were deformed.
I am not sure if it is my machine or it is a bug in the viewer build i have.
The version of Firestorm viewer on which Firestorm VR Mod is based
supports Bakes on Mesh [BoM] in both Second Life and OpenSim. Most of
Phoenix Firestorm Second Life
the time this will work fine, but if you use extended BoM features
please don't use this viewer to log directly into a grid/region known
to run on older OpenSim 0.8.* server code.
Firestorm Second Life Windows 10
To do list:
VR controller support.
In game keyboard
Offseting camera rotation with HMD's rotation while flying cam is enabled.
Firestorm Viewer For Second Life
Rendering to a bigger texture then screen size ( Will improve the quality )