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    Big lot of macros in the folders, most of them work. I tried to place what I found were necessary functions where they could be readily accessed. Once you know how the menu system ties into object being in edit mode it's much easier to use that's been a source of frustration. Hope to post latest version soon.

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    Looking forward to new new release..
    "Open Source educates the world."

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    Sorry, I'm not including a screen grab. Most stuff is just basic relocation of UI elements. If you have the same ZPlugins as me you may have
    some buttons others don't have, same for my macros. I hope it's useful...
    DOUGSInterface4R6P2.zip

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    Default Updated Image and UI in zip file

    Once more, here's a screen grab. Most buttons work and functions are clear. Many common functions(for me) right there handy. Might be a good starting point.

    UI in zip>> DOUGSInterface4R6P2.zip
    Text for Mirror_dup script, might not be included in the above files.
    [code]
    //ZBRUSH MACRO - Recorded in ZBrush version 4.6
    [IButton,???,"This will Duplicate then Mirror and then merge down into one. Great for eyes/horns etc.",
    [IShowActions,0]
    [IConfig,4.6]

    [IPress,Tool:SubTool:Duplicate]
    [IPress,Tool:Deformation:Mirror]
    [IPress,Tool:SubTool:MergeDown]
    [IKeyPress,13]//Enter key
    ]
    [/code]

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    A Cool improvement. its so unfortunate that editing the UI is such a cumbersome task. Would be cool if they could integrate a proper UI editor. Something similar to the new one they have in the 64Bit Firefox mod called waterfox. Makes skinning and toolbar/button layout a cinch... with options for grid based snapping and more with CSS theme support...

    Thanks for the update.
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    I find deciding what to have is more difficult than putting it there . Glad you think it's improved. Happy ZBrushing.

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