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Old 01-03-2004, 02:14 AM   #1
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Question adding modules?

Is it possible to add the modules that are in Complete to Maya unlimited? I searched the alias site and couldnt find anything on that.

I sure would like the cloth and fluids modules
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not without upgrading to Unlimited, that I know of.
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doh! I am jealous of your job Mike, I'll bet you get to play with some serious software! Any chance of opening a Warthog North-East studio? in the NewYork area?
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well, for games, we don't really do much in relation to fluids or cloth or anything like that.
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Still a sweet job,, i'd give a right arm for it
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If you gave your right arm, how would you use a mouse? Maybe your right foot would be better
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I have other appendages aranoid:hehe
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ewww. I already gave up that appenage when I got married 11 years ago
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