Just tried it and the obj file does not seem to actually get written, it as Masterstroke says, DS seems to treat as temp file. But you shouldn’t be saving files there anyways which may be the reason DS does what it does. As for how to make a custom single slide morph check out this tut for RKane_1.
So after a few tests it seems as ifDS is very rigid about, what’s in this ...\DAZ 3D\DAZStudio4 folder. Every file, that is not in there by default will be deleted by DS either when opening DS or closing DS. You can put any file into that folder -even a file not created in DS-, it will be deleted.
Y’know, I don’t think this question has ever come up, because there’s such a solid definition of “the Content folder is for content” — I don’t think anyone’s ever saved content or working files to the D|S program folder before. I’d understand if you’d installed D|S to your actual system Program Files folder, that’s a protected location in all modern Windows versions, but it’s such odd behaviour, I’d be very surprised if it’s supposed to happen like this.
There has been an error.
Error running /Applications/DAZ 3D/dzcoreutil -dvs64 : dyld: Library not loaded: @rpath/libvshared_fat_release_x64.dylib
Referenced from: /Applications/DAZ 3D/Frameworks/../Frameworks/libdzcmsconnector.dylib
Reason: image not found
I’m having the exact same problem. In fact, my original version of 4.6 will no longer open at all saying this (truncated from the bug report):
Application Specific Information:
dyld: launch, loading dependent libraries
Dyld Error Message:
Library not loaded: @rpath/libdzcore.dylib
Referenced from: /Applications/DAZStudio/DAZStudio.app/Contents/MacOS/DAZStudio
Reason: image not found
Any ideas would help.
Yes, sadly, I am on a Mac.
I’ve installed on a 10.6.8 machine (not the 2008 MacPro as it won’t take 10.6,8 for a number of reasons, but no problem on an old 2008 iMac so it must be either something with 10.6.8 on 2008 Mac Pro or you both have something installed. Any progress or should I dig deeper?
Sorry. Was on vacation. Just got this notification now.
I’m on a MAC 10.7.3
3.09 GHz i5
The thing I don’t understand is DAZ 4.6 was working on my machine, then stopped. Now I can’t re-install, and of course I have a job due.
Anything could help. I just tried re-installing an earlier version and that didn’t work either.
I apologize if this has been asked before, but I haven’t had the time to read all 30+ pages.
After a bit of a Studio break, I am finally trying to get back into creating and had this idea that I wanted to run with. The trouble is that it is taking me forever to do anything (exagerating) because the key shortcuts don’t seem to be working. OK, I have only really tried 2, rendering by CTRL-R and deleting an item from the scene by the delete key. Neither one worked and I have used those two a lot in the past. I am currently re-downloading Studio 64 and going to try to reinstall. Operating system is Windows 7, 64 bit
Loss of keyboard shortcuts is a bug that has existed since 4.0. It’s a corruption of the layout. Re-loading your layout (or one of the default DAZ ones if you haven’t saved your own custom layout) should restore the keyboard shortcuts.
Sorry, lost track of this — would somebody please post a link to the fix for Genesis1’s content not showing up in the SmartContent tab while Genesis1’s selected (and while SmartContent is otherwise working fine)?
Here’s a positive…it’s so very nice to load up a scene and not have DS run out of memory. I have been creating some pretty intense scenery and DS is taking it all. There were times before when I couldn’t even get a quarter in there that I can now!! Thanks Daz!
DAZ Studio 126.96.36.199 will not install on my Windows 7 I tried both the 32 and 64 bit version. Both say I have to be administrator to install. I am logged in as administrator and start the installer as a administrator.
Also the installer place the 64-bit program in the “Program (x86)” folder.