Hopefully this is a useful place to add some further information for those who might be having trouble installing FaceShop 7.02EZ for DAZ Studio in Mac OS X 10.7.5 or similar.
...particularly if, like me, you had such a horrible time installing DS on OSX in the first place that you’re not sure if you should have joined that 64-bit blue wire to the 32-bit red wire terminal. If all else fails, ask someone for instructions.
In my situation, the installer program process didn’t seem to resemble anything in the PC/Mac manual for 7EZ (FaceShopall.pdf), whether the automatic or manual instructions. It tasted like Windows.
Place the “FaceShop” application file into “DAZ/Studio/bin” folder.
Place “dzfaceshoploader.dll” into “DAZ/Studio/plugins” folder.
Place “FaceShop” folder into “DAZ/Studio/resources” folder.
I could get the plugin (see first post here) to start in DAZ Studio but it couldn’t find the application. A stand-alone install of FaceShop seemed to run OK. But I just couldn’t make them connect like it said on the tin.
So imagine my shock when Laslo cheerfully replied with a suggestion within a few minutes.
That wasn’t quite it, so back I went with another imploring plea—and not long after, lo! the solution was presented before me with grace and splendour! Birds sang. Children danced. A warthog went past on a unicycle while playing show tunes on a kazoo.
The solution: Create a new folder (e.g. in your desktop) and do a standalone installation into it (use same version as your install of DAS Studio, natch).
This dummy folder will now contain three files: dzfaceshoploader.dylib fsconfig.dsk and FaceShop (an application file). Then just follow the instructions in the manual (.dll=.dylib of course) and you should be good to go.
I must reiterate that this is what worked for me in OSX 10.7 Lion, your personal Mac mileage may vary—however, I think that this manual installation method should be fairly bullet-proof.
So remember kids, never eat anything bigger than your own head, and never be afraid to try customer service—sometimes it just might work.