Okay, found it and even found the “.pp2” where it’s fully loaded among the files on my computer.
I don’t know why it doesn’t show in the DAZ Studio… plus I have mass random crash so I’m advancing slowly at understanding the software.
Well, I am very new to positioning things around and so on, but generally I’d say it’s quite easy indeed.
However in this particular product, the difficulty comes from my lack of reference as to where each things is supposed to be. I mean, the picture provided didn’t showed everything in place so I was totally lost as to how reconstruct the village.
There is no pz3 (thank you richard for telling me this is positions files) nor was there anything in the DAZ content library that was telling me where to place the object. And therefore it was a mess. Added to that the fact that DAZ has random crash (I updated a known bug issue non-resolved with the files of DAZ since I have lots crashes) learning the software is a bit slower than it should be.
Positioning on itself is simple and intuitive. I think that the problem here isn’t with the software but with the product with basically doesn’t have a “scene preset” included when it has rather complexes complete sets of buildings with props inside. Then again, it’s not a “problem” more an issue for total beginners.I believe this kind of problems will happen less and less often as I learn the ways of manipulating it.