staticdrifter that is because DAZ has 5-6 different type EXEs out, that want to install to 4 different places One of the bonuses to installing to a dummy folder before drag and dropping to the “my library” folder is avoiding imbedded runtime/content folders.
It’s been my experience when installing older content; like before the content folder went to my library, if it can’t find a content folder to install to it will create one.
Yeah, that’s what I was trying to get across, but I wasn’t being clear, I guess. Thanks for bringing it up concisely.
I have been doing it individually, like you do, for a while, but I wanted to give DIM a try. I always give the ‘new kid’ a try. Then I was trying to point out the good points and bad, in comparison. I am with you in sentiment, I just try to go with the new ‘innovations’ because, all told, I have much less content to deal with than you do, so I keep hoping DAZ will make something that will manage my stuff without screwing it up. (I’m a ‘vote for the underdog’ guy).
I just hope that when they do get the bugs worked out of the system, they consider working with more than just DAZ content, because, as I am sure you well know, that while they may be the source of a majority of excellent works, there is a much, much larger percentage of upgrades and improvements than there are originals.
Fight the good fight!