Today I am releasing a new version of Exodus Viewer and unfortunately, this version will not contain an OS X release. The new version contains materials (specular and normal maps) as well as continued support for our specialized shaders. There have been numerous fixes to the CHUI interface as well as fixes over many issues reported in the previous version of Exodus.
We have (finally!) a new release for you today. Despite the long delay, not an awful lot has happened; this release is primarily about bringing us up to par with Linden Lab's official viewer.
In particular, this build includes support for the new Server Side Appearance, and you should therefore update immediately; baking is going to stop working very soon if you don't.
Additionally, a note on RLV. Unfortunately, we have had to take the decision to remove RLVa support. By its nature and by necessity, RLVa is an extremely invasive patch. We do not have the resources to maintain this code, and it is the primary reason for our lack of updates recently. We hope that this removal enables us to produce more frequent updates going forward and apologise for the inconvenience.
We have a new release for you all today, and it’s almost all about bug fixes! If you’ve been experiencing white or black screens in the viewer since our last release, this release is just the update for you!
Due to a few critical bugs found post-release in 12.08.09.1, today we’re issuing a patch that should fix the AMD and Intel GMA bugs that were encountered with the previous release as well as resolving some installation issues some users were also having. We are also adding a new feature this release, as detailed below.
Hello everyone! We know you’ve all missed us, but after a bit of a break we’re back in action! Today we have a new Exodus for all of you to enjoy! We have plenty of changes since our last release in January, so sit back in your favorite comfy chair by the fireplace, relax, and check out what’s changed in this version.
We’ve fixed the graphics bugs in our previous release, added a few more features and a exposed a bunch settings in our visuals window.
See below for the change log.
Hey guys and gals!
Its been a little while but we are sure you will find that the wait was worth it. We have cool new visual settings and options from Ayamo and Geenz as well as a whole bunch of new features outline in our last blog post.
Today we have decided to release a update to our client, it's a little late (was meant to release this yesterday, whoops!)
Anyway, whats new?
Okay, this is just a quick fix sort of release!
We've fixed the problems with the advanced graphics preset feature, and added a new feature, check out the change log below!
Wow, so we've added a fairly major feature in this release, some may not see the potential in this, but just trust me, it'll be very useful for some.
We've added the ability to export or import the Raid Advisor or Advanced Graphics presets to your inventory was added in this release, allowing you to keep a backup or send your friends your settings/presets for these two features. We will be expanding on this feature in future, allowing you to trade or backup even more settings, presets and other bits and bobs to your inventory, so keep an eye out for that!
We ran into a little issue today with the viewer loading the wrong settings file, this only affected new users though, so we didn't realise till after the release that we made a minor mistake. Anyway, that's fixed now, and there's now a update available on the download page.
Alright, we're up and running, there are downloads for Windows and Linux up in the downloads section, but first, please read this:
If you have found a bug, having issues running or installing the viewer, or if you have a feature request, please contact us at the forums!