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Old 28-05-2003, 01:31 AM   #1
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Does anyone knows if the G4 1.25 GHz DP from Apple supports Maya? If yes which version?
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Old 28-05-2003, 01:59 AM   #2
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Yeah, it should. OS 10.2.6 preferably. I don't know about Maya 3.5.1, but 4.5 and I assume 5 should work fine.

Currently I operate Maya 4.5 on a DP 1 Ghz G4, so I don't see why the 1.25 Ghz wouldn't work. Check out AliasWavefront's hardware compatibility sheet for more specific info.
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Old 29-05-2003, 05:38 AM   #3
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Thx chamlet..
btw, I like your avatar. Did yo make the hair using fur?.
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your avatar has always scared the hell out of me. No offence. Its just freaky.
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Old 29-05-2003, 05:52 AM   #5
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yeah it really is...
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Nope. Paint FX. Their isn't any Fur for Maya on the Mac. Unless I got Joe's Shave and Hair Cut plugin. Not worth it though, at least not yet. Maybe if I can find a use for Fur I'd get it.

And the Avatar is changing. It's not meant to be freaky, but for some reason everyone thinks it is. I find that freaky... LOL
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It is scary.
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I changed it and stuff. Now you can sleep peacefully at night. Unless you frequently have nightmares... heh
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