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    Default Help updating ZScript to Z4R8 Please and Thank you.

    The problem in question can be downloaded here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B2N...ew?usp=sharing

    Seems to not work in R8 and it is MY MOST GO TO since I can't even remember.

    I it something that adds an interface element to Z to allow me the ability to costume hotkey the toggling off and on the both the left and right panels.

    Once again... ESSENTIAL FOR ME!

    If said fixer could also teach me a thing or two about fixing it myself (if possible) I am very willing to learn.
    Thank you,

    ~MAH~

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    Hi Mahlikus The Black,

    The plugin works absolutely fine for me in 4R8. Can you say what's wrong? Do the buttons appear? Does pressing them do anything at all?

    Also, in case the problem is specific to your system, let me know what OS you are using and what screen res, if retina screen and so on.

    Thanks!

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    Can't find the buttons. Where do I look? Not even sure if I installed it properly to tell the truth.
    I am using Win 8.1 with 1920x1080.

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    OK, well that's hopeful.

    1. Makes sure the PanelToggle.zsc file is in the ZBrush 4R8\ZStartup\ZPlugs64 folder.
    2. Restart ZBrush. You should have now have two buttons called "LeftPanel" and "RightPanel" in the Zplugin>Misc Utilities sub-palette.
    3. You may need to assign hotkeys to the buttons for hotkeys to work.

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    Thank you, Sir. Had it in the wrong folder. All is right again!

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    That's great and you're welcome!

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