I have a freebie request for a script that will work with DS4.5Tthere’s a little ask version and a big ask version. I’ll be more than happy with the little ask version, but will throw in the big ask version on the off chance.
I need a script that will give me the use of my folder favorites back. The folder favorites are each single line dsa scripts sitting in a particular folder in my DS library each of which will cause the content library pane, in View as List or Tree modes, to jump to the folder named in the script. I also had them as cutom actions in a menu so I could just click to send the library to a particular folder from the menu rather than first having to navigate to the folder where the favorites scripts are. The scripts were made in DS3 with Netherworks Folder Favorites product. In DS4 the product’s script to create new favorites didn’t work any more, but at least my existing folder scripts and actions still worked, and I could hand write new ones simply by taking an existing one and just changing the path in the script to another folder and saving the edited script.
In DS4.5 the existing folder scripts no longer work and just produce an error message.
So, the little ask:
Simply, this is the script in an existing script that worked in DS3 and 4 but errors in DS4.5 rather than sending the content library pane to the named directory (some are to folders in assorted Poser Runtimes, others are to folders in a DS3 content and the DS4 My Library):
MainWindow.getPaneMgr().findPane("DzLibraryPane").setCurrentFolder("F:/Curious Labs/Poser 6/runtime/libraries/character/! Hair");
What is the script line to do this in DS4.5?
If sombeody can tell me that, that will do, and I can edit all the existing folder scripts and hand write new ones. I would be very, very grateful for that.
The big ask version would be for a script that would work as follows:
After having been turned into a custom action, calling the script would create, in a specified My Library folder, a script as described above to whatever folder was the selected one in the content library pane when the action was called (i.e. it would make new favorite folder scripts for me rather than me having to write them in the Svript IDE myself ... but as I say, I’d be quite happy just knowing how to write them; having a script to write those scripts would just be nice, not essential).