I was working on a model and i was figuring on going back and forth between my school computer and my home comp since my home one is alittle more beasty. but when i copied the project file into a usb and put it in the maya>projects when i tried to open it it gave me a error saying....
Errors have occurred while reading this scene that may result in data loss. Please check the Script editor for details
and the script editor says... something to complicated for me... so i was wondering if its something with usb drives, maybe because my home is a windows and school is a mac? idn but any help would be greatly appreciated =)
If you saved as an ascii I dont think OS would be the prob, I agree with stwert...version clash? and I also agree with Genny...post a screen or editor details to help this along. (BTW Gen...just checked out some of your work...love it...oh and your last name is SO cool!!!)
"A Darkness at Sethanon", a book I aspire to model some of the charcters and scenes
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Stwert - as far as i no they are the same same version, they should be the newest student version, 10 i think. but i would like to try that. im still very new to maya so if you could give me alittle map of were to go like window>some>this>that and what not that would be nice.
also like many suggested ill post some pics of the error and what was in the scrip editor.
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alright thanks you guys! it was the opening version thing. so thanks GecT and stwert! i got it to come up but it still gives me the first error message? all my mesh and animation and stuff is there so should it all work ok? ish atleast =)
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Yes, I think if everything appears to be present and functioning properly, it's safe to assume the "some data loss" is just a benign warning as a result of transferring to an older version. I have had it though where nothing showed up even with "ignore version" checked, so glad that it's working for you.
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