When logging in to your account, a safe way is to log in to the account on the same computer or mobile phone through the same browser. If you frequently sign in to your account on different devices through different browsers, your account activity may be considered suspicious and the service provider will disable your account.
May 20, 2017 · When I look at your profile I see a red and black symbol picture. Not sure if this is what you want for to see — if it is old or new. Two problem with ANY viewer would be that you didn’t actually upload the texture before putting it onto your profile screen (dragging or choosing from your inventory) OR you didn’t SAVE the new profile …
Nov 10, 2009 · The image will be displayed in an area that is 178×133 pixels. If you upload an image that is smaller or larger than that, it will be stretched or shrunk to fit. Unless you’re an expert, you should probably make the image as large as possible and let Second Life size it appropriately. The correct aspect ratio for a profile picture is 4:3.
May 12, 2017 · Oh hmmm – not sure if you mean you cannot upload snapshots to your profile feed (the above bug) or you can’t update your profile image. As far as I know, there are not any problems currently with being able to update your profile image via the web profile.
Sep 16, 2020 · Profile pictures‘ aspect ratios varies from viewer to viewer. Firestorm uses 4:3, which is what people usually put their profile pictures in. You also don’t generally want to go too high on the resolution as it’s largely pointless; your profile picture will be a small image that people see when they open your profile, or on rare occasion enlarged – 512 x 384 is plenty (the adverse effect of …
Start out the same. Save the image to a folder on your computer. Then go to SecondLife.com and log-in with your avatar’s name and your usual password. After you log-in, click on the “My SecondLife” link . . … “My Second Life” will appear. and it’s here that you’ll be able to access your profile.
Second Life login. Your username is both your screenname in Second Life and your login ID. Accounts created prior to June 2010 may have both a first and last name (Example: First Last), while newer accounts may only have a single username.