Hi Marcus… not quite, I should have been a little clearer. Guess I was still a little cross-eyed earlier
Grab the Runtime folder that is highlighted in your last screen shot and drag it up to the My Library folder, when the My Library folder turns blue release it and than accept to merge the Runtime folders just like we did yesterday.
Then do the same for the ReadMe’s folder that is right above the Runtime folder that’s highlighted in the screen shot.
Thanks Nicci. Update hope the files are ok ? Finally managed to sort out the hair morphing dials (great fun !) thanks to everyone, but there doesn’t seem to be any option of both lengthening and thickening the existing hair for future public Lady Godiva scenes. Do you know if this is possible anyway or with any other hair products ?
Hi Marcus… I’m glad I was able to help you… Everything looks like it should now and I’m also glad to hear that you can now use the morphs
As for lengthening and thickening the hair, if the creator didn’t include morphs for that, then one option would be to use the Studio Dformers on areas of the hair. Those work well for small to moderate adjustments, but if you want really long and full hair it would be best to take the hair into a modelling program like Hexagon and adjust the hair length and then import that back as a morph for the hair. Although the textures in either case could get stretched and may not look good.
There are allot of hair product available for Victoria 4, both in the Daz Store and at Renderocity and RDNA, and even many freesites like ShareCG. You might just have to do allot of looking around to find something that fits what you’re looking for, or just make a new post here asking the community for suggestions and give as complete a description as you can.
One last thing I did notice in your screen cap, you have the six installers for the Celestial Hair and Victoria 4 listed in your Runtime folder. As a suggestion to help keep your installers in one easy to find place, Create a new folder in your Documents and Settings folder and name it something like “Daz Installers” and then just move those six installers there. Then whenever you download something new, put the download in that folder. If it’s a “.zip” file like the ones that the Celestial Hair and Victoria 4 came in, just unzip them in place in your Installers folder, then when you run the installer, you just point it to the My Library folder. If it’s a regular “.zip” then you can just unzip in place and drag to merge with the My Library folder.
I know this was allot of information to digest, but you’ll get used to it soon enough and then be an old pro at it….
Now go have fun and start learning this wonder addiction (AKA: 3D art)