Post up some screenshots and lets see what you’ve got. Let’s see your library and your parameters. Press ctrl and prt sc both together, open a new file in Photoshop and hit paste, crop and save what you need.
I think I benefit from a newer, less cluttered computer than most. Plus I’ve been using PC’s for over 17 years. It works fairly well, considering getting Genesis into Poser was considered impossible. Could be better, but I think I caught a glimpse of a Beta version of a newer DSON importer in the wings. Presumably better things are coming. Wish content providers would update to DSON. Yes I can do it myself. But if everyone was going to use DAZ Studio, we wouldn’t need DSON, would we? Please don’t take that as a slap at anyone. Just frustrated, and don’t have time to learn another 3D software.
What’s in 3D Content\Content? Is that selected as a Poser library folder as well as the 3D Content folder?
lol i didn’t even know that was there till you mentioned it, it looks to have been created by mistake by some of the auto-installers, i do not have it set as a Poser runtime, All that is in it are Gareee’s Glow Moon and a couple of Ken’s SRBMs, all the files there also apear in my main runtime, as near as I can tell Content/Content could be safely deleted
Taking a closer look it seams the Content/Content folder was created by mistakenly installing DS files to my Poser runtime
I had a problem a while back that Julie and Justin wouldn’t load but all other genesis character morphs did. I restarted poser a few times before they would load. Not sure why… but they load fine every time now.
LX, except for Base and Michael 5 folders, temporarily move the working folders folders out of the
data/DAZ 3D/Genesis/Base/Morphs/DAZ 3D/
Move them to
data/DAZ 3D/Temp/ restart poser* and then reload genesis, then see if poser decides to load M5 then.
If so (and I hope so), put the other folders back, restart poser then reload genesis... see if M5 still loads.
* restarting poser is important, maybe even rebooting your puter if this isn’t enough