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    Marcus:

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    It works great! Stop working on it! I know you just cannot help

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    Quote Originally Posted by kursadk
    It works great! Stop working on it! I know you just cannot help
    Yeah, I zscript in my sleep. Glad it's useful.

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    I just saw the extra material folder slots. This is more than awesome. Thank you Marcus, I am now your humble servant, you can ask for 3 wishes!

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    Marcus, believe it or not I still use this quite often, however it seems to be broken in 4R7 64bit. I saw in another thread that you said that .dll's need to be updated, would it be possible to do that here?
    Thanks again for this script!

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    Hi spaceboy412,

    Yes, I'll update this in the next few days.

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    Awesome!! Thank you!!!

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    Any update on this?
    the plugin crashes when trying to add a new folder of materials, but if i copy over a older list from the plugin folder it will see those mats

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    Yes, sorry for the delay - crazy busy.

    Here's a version for 4R7:
    LoadMats_4R7.zip

    To install:
    1. Unzip the file to your Desktop.
    2. Open any folder created by the unzipping and locate the LoadMats_4R7.zsc file and the LoadMatsData folder.
    3. Copy the LoadMats_4R7.zsc file and the LoadMatsData folder directly to the ZStartup\ZPlugs folder.
    4. Also copy the LoadMats_4R7.zsc file and the LoadMatsData folder directly to the ZStartup\ZPlugs64 folder.
    5. Restart ZBrush.

    HTH,

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    Thank you for making the time to update this, i really appreciate it!

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    In 64 bit mode this no longer will show the recent folders popup where you can choose between folder sets, was this removed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by spaceboy412
    In 64 bit mode this no longer will show the recent folders popup where you can choose between folder sets, was this removed?
    Seems OK here. It will be under Materials rather than Zplugin.

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    Doug i mean this: I can select mats but the folder selection popup is gone when you hit get mats, also the slider is missing, neither of these are working for me in 64. Works fine in 32bit though.

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    I opened the included text file. Doesn't seem to have all that in it. Usually an upper limit to how many items are in a folder. You shouldn't have hundreds..

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    Apologies. My bad, I updated using the original version. Here's a version with the slider and the previous folder list. Make sure you delete the previous installation including the LoadMatsData folder or you'll get a conflict.

    LoadMats_4R7_02.zip

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