Originally Posted by sandipt
Can you please provide any test file you are using with `SecondLife viewer` to trigger this issue? Also explain reproduction steps in detail.
thanks for taking an interest. I am not sure I understand what test file you are asking me to provide. The application is not scripted. Can you explain?
SecondLife is basically a MMORPG. The drawback of SecondLife is, it has a certain learning curve. You can get an account and an avatar for free from www.secondlife.com
. If it helps, I can do that for you and provide the logon details.
For interacting with the virtual world yo need local software, called a viewer. The viewer can also be downloaded for free from www.secondlife.com
The issue is created by simple camera movements in-world (ALT. left mouse button, mouse movement). The graphics settings are "high" with atmospheric shaders turned on, plus lighting and shadows.
PS: Since creating this post I have upgraded various system components. The current versions are: Kernel 3.3.4-ck1, Slackware64-current, Xorg 1.12.1, XFCE 4.6.2, Nvidia driver 302.70, SL viewer 220.127.116.11008.