2017 Viewer release summaries week 45

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Updates for the week ending Sunday, November 12th

This summary is published every Monday, and is a list of SL viewer / client releases (official and TPV) made during the previous week. When reading it, please note:

  • It is based on my Current Viewer Releases Page, a list of all Second Life viewers and clients that are in popular use (and of which I am aware), and which are recognised as adhering to the TPV Policy. This page includes comprehensive links to download pages, blog notes, release notes, etc., as well as links to any / all reviews of specific viewers / clients made within this blog
  • By its nature, this summary presented here will always be in arrears, please refer to the Current Viewer Release Page for more up-to-date information.

Official LL Viewers

LL Viewer Resources

Third-party Viewers

V5-style

V1-style

  • Cool VL viewer Stable branch updated to version 1.26.20.36 and the Experimental Branch (Animesh) updated to version 1.26.21.2, both on November 11th (change log)

Mobile / Other Clients

  • No updates.

Additional TPV Resources

Related Links

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2 thoughts on “2017 Viewer release summaries week 45

  1. Excellent post but dang the new autoplay ads just above the “rate this” have a multitude of sins:
    They pull focus, dragging viewer down to their part of screen once loaded, usually just after I start reading.
    The are very loud.
    They turn on my audio even if muted.
    And yes, inevitable commenters, I have all the ad blocking and such allowed in a locked down corporate PC.

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    1. You’re the second to mention the ads … which is now niggling me, primarily because I’m not able to repro in Firefox, Chrome, Internet Explorer or Edge on a PC while not logged-in to WordPress (video ads do not auto for me at all). The adds are placed by WordPress, rather than by me, and I have opened a support ticket about the problem. I have suggested to the Chrome user who raised this point that they try Automute; if you’re also a Chrome user, you might try the same.

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