Transfer Active morphs does not work correctly if you dial in morphs after you have added clothing. If you delete the clothing and add and conform it again, it works correctly.
There are enough variables involved here that your description of the problem is too vague to troubleshoot without a bit of experimentation, which I don’t have time for at the moment. Please submit a support ticket with more detail about the exact steps you are performing, preferably with products in the DAZ store, including what is selected [and when] along with the names of the parameters you are experiencing this with. We need to be able to replicate it in order to track down what may be causing it.
The problem is erratic. Sometimes the script is started and finishes immediately as if it does not recognize anything has changed. And sometimes it just works fine on the same clothing and figure. There is no real reproduction scenario. It just happens regularly
rbtwhiz - 16 October 2013 10:14 AM
WimvdB - 16 October 2013 04:42 AM
After working with the figure a while (adding morphs, clothing, hair and adding props), the poses are no longer working correctly: The lower body part is correct, but the upper body part seems to take a completely different pose. See attached picture.
This happens with all the V6 poses. V4 poses seem to work fine
This does not happen when you load a new v6 in a new scene and apply the poses
If a pose preset that you apply sets values on channels that control the transform channels via ERC (i.e. Pose Controls), and then you apply a pose preset that doesn’t… which also doesn’t restore said pose channels… the pose of the figure will contain remnants of the previous pose. Pose presets that set the pose of the figure using anything but the transform channels are problematic in this way. If this is what is happening, it would be the content to blame rather than the importer - the importer simply follows the instructions it is given by the content.
This happened after a while. Loading a default figure does not show the behavior. The poses used where those in the josie pro packages (all of them). There were no ERC’s involved.Only pose which did work was the T Pose. Zeroing the figure did not work either.
Probably something happened with the figure while working with it, but I have no idea what caused it
Trying a new scene with the same figure, hair and clothing and poses did not reproduce it
For some reason. (I noticed) When I installed Poser 10/2014, certain sections of the programs are installing as Poser 9/2012 (see image) I wanted to use system restore to a point before I installed either version. No such luck, it was turned off. I feel my only recourse is regedit to resolve this, I am not sure what I am looking for. I will go see,maybe its that obvious, if anyone knows about this please share. DSON is doing the same thing creating Poser 2012 folder even when I point it towards 2014 folder
Did you remove PP2012 from Settings > Applications in DIM?
Took a min to figure out what you meant, I redirected the installation in “DIM” Daz Install Manager (You coud of just said that, lol)
I assuming this image (below) states the installation went well, yet I dont see the items I sent to poser
Poser won’t see those files—the Poser Companion Files have the files that appear in Poser. The DSON Importer looks in the Data folder, but other than Data and Runtime, the other folders under My Library are not used.
Update here are snap shots of what I did to have the DSON folder show up in Poser. I found this out by revisiting a video I found before when I was using Poser 2012, here is the link (FYI, volime is loud!!!!!)