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Old 19-03-2007, 08:38 PM   #1
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Question Error when loading cloth plug-in

Hey guys,

IÕm taking the cloth tutorial, and so I went to load the cloth plug-in and it came up with this error:

// Error: No valid licenses to load the plugin (CpClothPlugin)

IÕve loaded all the other plug-ins fine, but this oneÕs giving me a hard time. IÕm using Maya 8.5 Unlimited on a Mac if it helps any.
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Old 20-03-2007, 06:23 AM   #2
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the Old cloth function has been removed as of Maya 8.5. You need a special license from Autodesk to get it to work again.

ncloth has replaced the old cloth tool.
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strange, works fine on my system, both the ncloth and the Classic Cloth are still there and working/
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the Old cloth function has been removed as of Maya 8.5. You need a special license from Autodesk to get it to work again.

ncloth has replaced the old cloth tool.
I see. Can I still take the cloth tutorial even if I will use ncloth, or is it a completely different thing?
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Its completly different, N cloth you use polys, so you would model the clothes in polys and then convert to Ncloth make the body a collision object and thats about it, really really easy to use.

P.S Whats with the ' key one your keyboard?
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Its completly different, N cloth you use polys, so you would model the clothes in polys and then convert to Ncloth make the body a collision object and thats about it, really really easy to use.

P.S Whats with the ' key one your keyboard?
Thanks. IÕm using a Mac, and my encoding might be different than yours, so thatÕs why my 's are different than my Ōs. In order to get the ' that youŌre looking for I have to hit the Ō key 3 times. Does Ō look weird on your computer?

BTW, since itÕs different is Kurt going to make a new tutorial for ncloth?

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