Hi Gang, I am new to the forum, but not Poser or Daz
I have been using the two of these for years without issue. I just upgraded to Poser 9 and I attempting to install my DAZ figures into Poser.
This is certainly much more complicated than the old days when the figure would just show up in the LIbrary.
I went to this page, I found the instructions to be complicated and not really that helpful.( I am using Windows 7 ,Lion , I’ve had problems with both OS’s )
When given the option of an install folder to select, I directed the install to the main Poser 9 folder. It seems to have installed some DAZ components into the Library folder. I’ve tried adding just about anything and everything I could find that was DAZ related to the Poser Figure Library
and I get the same error message. “This is not a runtime file” Well I don’t see a runtime file anywhere.
a more general question is what is going on? In my experience software upgrades are typically (maybe not always) more streamline when it comes to user interface. Is this DAZ or POSER? Is DAZ looking to move people towards DAZ Studio? or is Poser just not supporting DAZ content in it’s newer versions? I am close to just uninstalling Poser 9 and going back to an older version. Too bad because 9 has some really nice upgrades, but if it means being limited to the Smith Micro figures, the hell with it!