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    Great update. Thanks.

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    Pixologic, its time for a drag and drop on the viewport for importing objects files and tools, don't be lazy and implement this feature

    Huurrayy !!!

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    What can i say?

    i love you!

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    And the speedup of Dynamesh is impressive, too. Even on 2048 resolution it now is fluid on my 2008 MacPro - Love it
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    Hi,

    Zbrush still 3D Graphic tools revolution after more than 10 years.
    Each evolution make us close to the heaven.

    Thanks Pixo and his team.

    Special regards to all the old Zbrush users familly.


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    Default fastest and easyest upgrade ever

    auto update was flawless. this is such a welcome change from the long wait to upgrade from the past.
    thank you for the free upgrade* and all the new tools! I am eternally grateful.

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    good work guys ... so awesome !! waiting for the 64bit version

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    Note to those that may have a large number of tools and project files: I have probably around 300~400 gig of files. The installer is backing up the Zr5 folder so now it is making copies of all those damn files. It has now stopped responding on my machine (i have ample space remaining on my hard disk for this) so I am not sure if it has crashed or if it is just taking forever to backup all 300~400 gig of files. At this point I don't even know how long it will take as it gives no indication if it will be an hour, three hours, a week or whatever and I am scared to just close it. So my advice is to move your project and tool files elsewhere on your hard drive (if you have many many gigs worth) before you do the update.

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    Default Wow we

    I hope this works! I hate doing re-typo

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    It's like Christmas morning. Thanks!~

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    Let your upgrader doing the backup. Like you mentioned, backuping your 300 Gb is taking some time. And unfortunately, Windows is thinking that the application isn't responding if it takes too much time.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mentat7 View Post
    Note to those that may have a large number of tools and project files: I have probably around 300~400 gig of files. The installer is backing up the Zr5 folder so now it is making copies of all those damn files. It has now stopped responding on my machine (i have ample space remaining on my hard disk for this) so I am not sure if it has crashed or if it is just taking forever to backup all 300~400 gig of files. At this point I don't even know how long it will take as it gives no indication if it will be an hour, three hours, a week or whatever and I am scared to just close it. So my advice is to move your project and tool files elsewhere on your hard drive (if you have many many gigs worth) before you do the update.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mentat7 View Post
    Note to those that may have a large number of tools and project files: I have probably around 300~400 gig of files. The installer is backing up the Zr5 folder so now it is making copies of all those damn files. It has now stopped responding on my machine (i have ample space remaining on my hard disk for this) so I am not sure if it has crashed or if it is just taking forever to backup all 300~400 gig of files. At this point I don't even know how long it will take as it gives no indication if it will be an hour, three hours, a week or whatever and I am scared to just close it. So my advice is to move your project and tool files elsewhere on your hard drive (if you have many many gigs worth) before you do the update.
    Checked my ZB4R5 folder after a couple Not Responding situations. 44GB in there, moved some out and it's doing it. Success.

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    w000t!!! It's going to be a great evening.
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    Pixologic team, you are so incredible; there is no one else like you.

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    Default Congrats!

    Awesome Zremesher work guys! Tested the adaptive control stuff. Congrats on the smoothest update in history.

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