I kept the Studio install directory tree, but transfered it all to the E: drive as I detest systems that insist on imposing all your data and programs on the drive with your OS. So, yes&no; to your question. The My DAZ Library is part of the original directory-tree structure, just relocated to the E: drive. (I’m a computer systems technician, so you can see where I get such strong feelings about this)
I’m able to see the Horse2 in Poser, but am unable to utilize a morph I picked up from Skiriki as it’s a .duf file. When I read up on using DSON to convert Studio stuff for use in Poser, I read that the conversion has to start with Studio.
So I tried opening the Horse2 in Studio, but I was getting the above results. At first, I thought the problem was with the mass DIM install of all my stuff and assumed the file Studio was looking for was corrupted or missing.
I was about to try manually installing the horse2.dsf file from the zip archive. But when I drilled into my Library folders, I saw the file’s already there. And when I opened them in word, it looked okay from what I can tell.
It looks like Studio’s got the correct pointer, the file it’s supposed to use is there….so now, I’m going “WTF?”