Quite a delicious seasonal treat for those that use the third-party Second Life viewer from the Imprudence project, as they've got a test-build out today with all the usual goodness, but rebased against the 1.23 source tree.
What the heck does that even mean anyway? Well, it means that the Imprudence viewer now supports adult content ratings and restrictions, and is compatible with a larger variety of third-party features and extensions than previously.
As always, though, something might have gotten a little bit lost in translation, hence the test viewer to spot for early problems before development takes off for 2010.
Neverthless, there are a couple nifty new features that have already snuck in, including some light integration with the LSL Autoscript website. Builds are available for Intel Macs, Linux (32 and 64 bit) and 32 bit Windows.
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