Does 4.12.1.16 allow multiple instances of Studio?

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  • Richard Haseltine said:

    Use the shortcut Wallace3D posted above and add the path to your file at the end.

    Looks like this is for the shortcut only, what I wanted to get is to start the second instance just by clicking on the correcsponding DUF file. I spares a lof of clicking.

  • WillowRavenWillowRaven Posts: 3,724

    Has anyone tested the script on 4.21?

    And if it does work, can someone dummy-down the steps for me, please?

     

  • WillowRaven said:

    Has anyone tested the script on 4.21?

    And if it does work, can someone dummy-down the steps for me, please?

     

    I use it all the time on Win11 and DS4.21.  Remember that you need to edit line 1 of the script and set $dspath to your DS install directory:

    $dspath = "C:\Daz 3D\Applications\64-bit\DAZ 3D\DAZStudio4\DAZStudio.exe"  #Change to your Daz Studio Path.

    After you have done that:

    Right-click on the script and select "Run with Powershell", see attached image.

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  • WillowRavenWillowRaven Posts: 3,724

    nakamuram002 said:

    WillowRaven said:

    Has anyone tested the script on 4.21?

    And if it does work, can someone dummy-down the steps for me, please?

     

    I use it all the time on Win11 and DS4.21.  Remember that you need to edit line 1 of the script and set $dspath to your DS install directory:

    $dspath = "C:\Daz 3D\Applications\64-bit\DAZ 3D\DAZStudio4\DAZStudio.exe"  #Change to your Daz Studio Path.

    After you have done that:

    Right-click on the script and select "Run with Powershell", see attached image.

    Thanks. :) I'll try that.

    Do you prefer the script or to use the beta version as a secondary instance?

  • WillowRaven said:

    nakamuram002 said:

    WillowRaven said:

    Has anyone tested the script on 4.21?

    And if it does work, can someone dummy-down the steps for me, please?

     

    I use it all the time on Win11 and DS4.21.  Remember that you need to edit line 1 of the script and set $dspath to your DS install directory:

    $dspath = "C:\Daz 3D\Applications\64-bit\DAZ 3D\DAZStudio4\DAZStudio.exe"  #Change to your Daz Studio Path.

    After you have done that:

    Right-click on the script and select "Run with Powershell", see attached image.

    Thanks. :) I'll try that.

    Do you prefer the script or to use the beta version as a secondary instance?

    I never use the Beta versions, unless a spectacular new feature has been implemented. 

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