Yes Savage it just keeps throwing up the ok and I can’t get it to stop no matter how many times I click
Well now I’ve seen what the model is, I’m guessing it’s got hundreds of components so you’d be pressing that OK button hundreds of times.
Not that it will get you anywhere as the model will load empty after you’ve done all that.
Guss; I exported as an wavefront obj its that Andoria city and it showed up ok I saved it to the obp file and now when I click to get it up again it throws the missing obj thing…..I would just like it gone…out of Bryce the Andoria city thing but I can’t find it going through the back of the program all of my files don’t show up….in fact none of them do…but they show up while I’m in Bryce working on things…Whats up with that they used to show up???? I named the catagories…
OK, the good news is that other people have had the same problem.
It’s sounding more and more like the Windows problem where Windows (or maybe you’re running Nortons Anti-Virus) decides that you don’t need your preset files and moves them, or that they were never installed into the usual place (again from reading other people’s problems many people install them away from the programme files). If they are showing up in Bryce then rest assured the .obp files are still on your computer somwhere, use the find utility to search your hard drive using the search term “.obp” and locate them from the search returns.
Also as David mentions, make sure if you have two versions of Bryce on your computer that you’re using the most up to date version, if an .obj or .obp has been used in a newer version of Bryce, they will not load into an older version… This is made more complicated by the fact that the past two releases of Bryce are both called Bryce 7 in the opening splash screen with no instant visual clues as to which version is opening.
Previous version: Bryce 184.108.40.206
Latest version: Bryce 220.127.116.11