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Choosing a folder for data

Janet

Extraordinary
Contributing Artist
Daz Studio doesn't let you browse to a folder? Sometimes it's listed and sometimes it's not. This is even after saving the prop in the folder I want. How do I choose the specific folder?
 

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esha

Admirable
Contributing Artist
Just type it in, as we did previously.
This feature with the dropdown is rather new, before we got it we had to remember what the data folder was called and type it in (with correct spelling LOL) - and this method still works.

The entry in the dropdown seems to appear when you create a new scene, not right after saving out the prop.
 

Janet

Extraordinary
Contributing Artist
Thank you!

Also do you know how to hide where is says Morph Loader in the parameters tab? Just under where it says Morphs? Renderosity says they want me to get rid of that.

DS - Collar & Tie -the Morph Loader bit needs hidden.JPG
 

Janet

Extraordinary
Contributing Artist
I figured this out so I'll post the answer here. To get rid of where it says Morph Loader go to the properties of each of the morphs in that area and go to "path" and choose Morphs.
 

esha

Admirable
Contributing Artist
Yes.
You can also switch into Edit mode, select a bunch of dials and then right-click on one of the dials > Set > Property Group. And then you can enter the path you want, for example Actor/Style or whatever :sun:
When you're in Edit mode, you can also drag the selected dial(s) into the group you want. In you example you'd just drag them from Morphs/Morph Loader into Morphs.
 
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