If your computer is older than 2003, if you can’t run anything but a 1.23 viewer, you can’t play with us anymore.
That was the essential message conveyed by Tonya Souther in her blog The Tigress’s Second Den way back on December 15th, 2012.
Actually what she said was, “…Phoenix? Stick a fork in it. It’s done.
Weep No More Phoenix Viewer Users:
That was then, this is now:
Virtual Reality Takes Over Phoenix Development – 29.12.2012
Virtual Reality is pleased to announce that it will continue development, maintenance, and improvement of the Phoenix V1 viewer, which will be re-branded as the Virtual Reality Viewer. “I am excited to have the opportunity to fork this highly popular viewer for virtual worlds users who use it and desire to continue to use it.”, said, Virtual Reality owner and CEO, Sonic Boom Drillion. “The Virtual Reality viewer will continue to work within OpenSim and Aurora based grids, however we hope to update the viewer to address a number of technical advancements that are presently happening in virtual worlds. We are eager to embrace this code base and develop it to support these changes.”