I’m currently using the stable Second Life Viewer on Windows (that is, 1.13.3 (2) Jan 30 2007 15:34:24 release).
My avatar doesn’t usually wear shirts, but after I logged in I found myself wearing a nice t-shirt:
Watching it better, I discover that this t-shirt is actually using screen_last.bmp, the snapshot that the viewer automatically takes when you logout:
Abstract Avatars strike again ? 😦
This happens to me when I take off my Bliss v0.2 avatar from Abstract Avatars.
I love interface glitches.
I was walking on a hill in a snow-themed sim when I met a couple, then I met a strange thing. A right-click told me that it was an avatar – or that the Second Life application thought it was an avatar.
Actually it wasn’t, and it disappeared just seconds after I took a snapshot. By the way, the Profile belonged to one of the two persons I had met there a minute before. The texture of the object appear to be the same of the Snowboard Boots created by Eric Linden that I, and possibly other people on that area, were wearing.
Don’t ask me how this happened. I’m currently wearing an “abstract avatar” and this probably messed up the underlying avatar shape. You can see my breasts, a ear and a eyebrow.