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Old 14-05-2003, 08:30 AM   #1
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Plunins? I'm not sure If I'm doing this right but after I download a plugin from a site and unzip them I'm not sure on where to put then after I unzip the download? theres a sub folder that says scripts but has other folders in side of it/startup/unsupported/others/ so should i drag and drop them into the unsupported folder?
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Old 14-05-2003, 11:54 AM   #2
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plugins normally get installed in you instalation directory

eg. C:\Program Files\AliasWavefront\Maya5.0\bin\plug-ins

if they are scripts than they get put somewhere else. You should see if there is a readme file that tells you exactly where to put the files.
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Old 14-05-2003, 07:23 PM   #3
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I know that sounds logical reading the read me file but, every file I downloaded donít have one, which I thought was strange? I had opened up the scripts to see if it shined any light but all I get is Binary file /ASCII file/ and Scripts file? With out any directions on how to load them in. Since Iím new at this I donít want to put stuff in the wrong folder, to keep every thing clean, But thanks for your help
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Old 14-05-2003, 08:31 PM   #4
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QUOTE]Originally posted by adldesigner
Come on buddy.
Stop nagging.

Use the search function of the site.
Found these after a brief search.

Importing objects from Max
Export 2 *.obj?
Maya 4.5, 3ds import doesn't work!!
Maya 2 Lightwave
converting files from 3dsĀ@Max
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This is how new Ií am to this forum, didnít know or see the search button on top, Thanx for the tip adldesigner
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Holy Christ. That was another thread.
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Please donít shoot me for being such a dumb but, yes Iím still having trouble with plugins. Is there a tutorial that tells you how to load in cretin files into the right folders?

(1) ASCII
(2) Binary

Are the only files that I donít know what folder they go into
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