I tried the Windows search already, but I don’t know if I had DAZ Studio closed when I did it, so I am trying that now. As for the thing saving in a scene, I tried all of my deletion methods from a brand new scene and it still did not get rid of it. Maybe I need to delete any scenes I saved while having the offending morph existing in the mesh. Off to try these ideas out. Thanks for your suggestions, hopefully one of them will do the trick.
Edit: The Windows search found it this time, but get this… The location where it says the morph was located is actually not showing the morph! Even with “show hidden files” there is nothing. No wonder I couldn’t get rid of it.
Edit 2: Deleted the .dsf file, opened DAZ and loaded the figure. It was still there! Darnit. Now I have deleted all 3 working scenes I was using to make the morphs and thumbnails. Doing another search in Windows, even though the morph is not showing in the folder. OK, that is done. The morph won’t go away. I’m getting frustrated. Maybe it won’t load on someone else’s machine.
That’s odd. Maybe a reboot would clear memory? So far I haven’t had that particular event happen.
Checked in the data files under your handle? or in there somewhere in another scene folder? I forget exactly where it is the scene files are hidden.
Any chance it got caught up as a morph with a clothing item? If you tried clothing on Genesis with the morph, it could be in that clothing items files somewhere. But the OS search should have found that, however ...
edit: just checked some files ... morphs for Genesis should be found in the data file:
DAZ 3D/Genesis/Base/Morphs/YourHandle/whatever you named the product