An "Inj-Rem Folder": Where has it to be integrated?

WolpiWolpi Posts: 145
edited February 2013 in New Users

Is it correct to place the FK-Inj-Rem (with body .pz2 files within) and the Kids4 morphs folders here?

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  • FixmypcmikeFixmypcmike Posts: 11,616
    edited December 1969

    Do NOT move folders that are inside "Runtime:Libraries" but outside of the special folders (Character, Camera, Light, Hand, Face, Hair, Pose, Props, Material) -- they need to stay where they are.

    For folders inside those 9 special folders, it depends on what application you're using, In DAZ Studio or Poser 8+ you can move folders from one of the special folders to another. In earlier versions of Poser specific filetypes have to stay in specific special folders.

  • FixmypcmikeFixmypcmike Posts: 11,616
    edited December 1969

    If you're just moving from one content folder to another, that's fine, only the relative path within the content folder matters.

  • WolpiWolpi Posts: 145
    edited December 1969

    Thanks! I placed this folder manual there because I adopted the unzipped path. It seems to work but I wonder if there is a better place for files like these.

  • Herald of FireHerald of Fire Posts: 3,364
    edited December 1969

    Do NOT move folders that are inside "Runtime:Libraries" but outside of the special folders (Character, Camera, Light, Hand, Face, Hair, Pose, Props, Material) -- they need to stay where they are.

    For folders inside those 9 special folders, it depends on what application you're using, In DAZ Studio or Poser 8+ you can move folders from one of the special folders to another. In earlier versions of Poser specific filetypes have to stay in specific special folders.

    To be fair, much like Poser, Daz Studio can browse through the libraries folder much like you'd browse through it on your hard drive. Even creating new folders is rarely a major issue as long as important files aren't moved like the geometry and the textures. Essentially this means that the library folder can be tailored to suit the individual.

    This isn't true for anything with associated metadata, of course, but the majority of Poser format content which is stored in Runtime\Libraries doesn't include this anyway.

  • Richard HaseltineRichard Haseltine Posts: 19,331
    edited December 1969

    Only the actual libraries can be browsed - other folders, such as !DAZ and Morphs are more like the textures and Geometries folders - they contain data that is referred to, by its relative path, by the library file and so should not be moved.

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