1 Click M4 Face Hair and POSER

sdsullivansdsullivan Posts: 0
edited December 1969 in The Commons

When I bought "1 Click M4 Face Hair" on sale a few years back, I thought at the time that I couldn't use it with Poser 7, but I _would_ be able to use it with later versions of Poser.

Well, I finally got Poser 9, but now, when trying to use the product, I get a python-error message.

Looking at the page, I see that the product (now) says DAZ Studio (only), but...

"You can use the included maps in Poser by applying the texture maps via render nodes. "

Two questions:

1) Did the description of this product change since the site upgrade (or am I misremembering)?

2) How does one actually use this product (as suggested) in Poser?

Thanks for your advice.

Comments

  • sdsullivansdsullivan Posts: 0
    edited December 1969

    Okay, I'm _not_ out of my mind. The product I bought definitely calls itself:

    10669_2_dpc_1ClickM4FaceHairforPoser_2.exe

    So, it _is_ for Poser. And here's the product (which did not turn up quickly with my original search):

    http://www.daz3d.com/shop/1-click-m4-face-hair-for-poser

    So why the python error?

    Any help?

    Anybody?

    Beuler...?

  • sdsullivansdsullivan Posts: 0
    edited December 1969

    And here's exactly what the error message says:

    RuntimeError: Bad magic number in .pyc file

    I did re-download the file today, and reinstalled it.

    Help, please!

  • ChoholeChohole Posts: 19,407
    edited December 1969

    There was a change in the Python version between Poser 8 and Poser 9.

    I know the vendors did say they are trying to update all their relevant products, but it is not an easy task.

    Maybe contact either of them to ask if there is an update for this product, they both use the forums.

  • ssgbryanssgbryan Posts: 690
    edited December 1969

    And here's exactly what the error message says:

    RuntimeError: Bad magic number in .pyc file

    I did re-download the file today, and reinstalled it.

    Help, please!

    This is why compiling python scripts are an incredibly bad idea. The 1/2 of a second you save won't help when the script is compiled against a version of python.

    You will have to contact the vendor - good news is that they are pretty good about updating.

Sign In or Register to comment.
Rocket Fuel