Wednesday, August 03, 2016
On Tuesday, Linden Lab blogged about Second Life Developments and about new features being added.
The story highlights the new Bento Avatar Skeleton giving more bones to avatars for even greater realism; The Virtual Outfit Browser which will allow you to store a picture of a saved outfit to jog your memory without having to wear it to see; Replacement for Quicktime, Quick Graphics and much much more..
To see the latest improvements and things coming to Second Life, check the official blog Here
Wednesday, October 21, 2015
Linden Lab has blogged about some new features coming our way:
Media on a Prim utilizing HTML5 and replacing the old Quicktime framework (that many Windows 64-bit users can't use anymore anyway!).
Rendering Complexity, a way to block the rendering of avatars with high render weights that impede the performance of your viewer.
Quick Graphics. Store multiple settings for graphics, accessible at the click of a button. Handy for when you want to enable high detail for photographs and video or lower detail for busy places, or to set a different ambiance for a beach or a city.
Notifications. For the busy resident, the ability to sort incoming notifications into categories.
See the Linden Lab official blog for an in-depth explanation of these new features.