Firestorm Viewer Animesh Beta Now Available (6.0.1.56538)


On Monday 17th December the Firestorm Team announced the long-awaited Firestorm Animesh update (v6.0.1.56538). The new Animesh feature in Firestorm is a public beta currently. The full Animesh supported Firestorm release will be coming in early 2019. 

This new viewer release 6.0.1 is now fully merged to the 6.0.0 Linden code-base. There are plenty of changes, bug fixes, improvements in this latest release. See the full change log below. 

You can now view and get sample Animesh at the following locations: 

Other changes in this new release…

  • Firestorm 6.0.1 is fully merged up to the 6.0.0 Linden code-base, and it also has some cherry-picked fixes from upstream.
  • Animesh! Animesh is a new feature developed by Linden Lab that allows non-avatar objects to play animations like avatars do today.
    Linden Lab Animesh blog post: https://community.secondlife.com/blogs/entry/2445-animesh-is-here/
  • Various improvements to the mesh uploader.
    For details see Beq Janus’s blog: https://beqsother.blogspot.com/2018/12/easing-pain-of-importing-mesh.html
  • Added autoreplace to notecards.
  • Added a transparency indicator for invisiprims. When “Highlight Transparent” (CTRL+ALT+T) is used, invisiprims will now be highlighted in green.
  • Added an option to extend the basic script information feature with various details useful for builders
  • Added a Whisper Chat Ring to the Minimap & made each chat range ring in the Minimap optional.
  • Improved LSL Bridge Flight Assist.
  • Added the ability to change the color of the Area Search beacon.
  • LOADS of bug fixes, optimizations and improvements!

Full Change Log 

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