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Direct Delivery for the Second Life Marketplace clearly isn’t going so well. After a unicode bungle (why does almost every major feature include a unicode bungle?) that prevented merchants being paid for their sales and problems with viewer support (eg: The official Linux viewer’s Received Items folder simply not functional at launch), there’s another wrinkle.

That wrinkle is currently called WEB-4587.

In practice, what’s happening is that the Second Life Marketplace is actually mixing products and sellers up. One seller may have another sellers’ products in their SL Marketplace store, or a buyer might buy what appears to be one product and receive someone else’s product instead.

Bad enough on its own, it is apparently the latest in a series of flaws with the Second Life Marketplace. Definitely a showstopper, in my opinion.

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