Morphs Injected but no Parameter Dials?

Discussion in 'FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions' started by Heather, Feb 21, 2019.

  1. Heather

    Heather New-Bee

    Apologies if a similar topic is posted elsewhere.......

    I injected the morphs for Taka but they have not appeared in parameters. I own Dusk SE.

    I just have the standard parameter dials - bend/scale.

    I'm using Poser 10. There must be something I'm not doing correctly in general since I have no morph dials for Dusk or Dawn either (but I have no problem with the DAZ morphs for Michael or Victoria, which seem to load up fine).

    What else should I have done?

    Many thanks....
    Last edited: Feb 21, 2019
  2. Miss B

    Miss B Drawing Life 1 Pixel at a Time CV-BEE

    Hi Heather, welcome to the HiveWire 3D forums. :)

    As far as your issue with CWRW's Taka product for Dusk, you might have to check the ReadMe file to see if she mentions needing the Dusk Starter, Dusk Base, and possibly Dusk's Body Shapes and Head Shapes INJ morphs as well, though I'm not sure if you need the last two, as I haven't played with Taka in a while. The ReadMe should state which of Dusk's regular INJ morphs are needed.

    Hope that helps.
  3. Glitterati3D

    Glitterati3D Dances with Bees

    Make sure Dusk's Body is selected on the Main Menu - Dusk>Body, then look on the Parameters menu for CWRW first, open that by clicking on the + sign, then dial the Taka morph to your desired setting.

  4. Alisa

    Alisa HW3D QAV Queen Bee Staff Member QAV-BEE

    Welcome to the Hive, Heather!

    In addition to the things mentioned by Traci (Glitterati) and Miss B, note that in Poser, you need to INJ the base morphs into Dawn and Dusk before they will show up. This isn't needed in DAZ Studio because of the different ways the programs work.

    \Runtime\Libraries\Pose\HiveWire 3D\DawnSR2\INJ Morphs\
    \Runtime\Libraries\Pose\HiveWire 3D\Dusk\INJ Morphs\

    The morphs will then all be found in Dawn or Dusk's BODY part in the Parameter tab under "Actor>Head" and "Actor>Body" as Traci shows in her image above.

    I do highly recommend that you read the ReadMe files (I know many people tend not to) because unlike a lot of ReadMes, we work hard to have them actually give you important information on how to use the products. :).
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