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- Jan 13 2011, 2:32 AM (352 w, 6 d)
May 26 2017
Nov 24 2015
Ok, I was able to test on a Mac OSX El Captain, and everything worked fine. No issue on Mac OSX.
This same Mac computer was able to run windows 10 via VM Ware. On the same Mac computer, in Windows, the "Palm Tree Standard (spray\mist)" group failed to append in. This is the 3rd windows computer that showed the issue.
Nov 23 2015
Hmm, what operating system are you testing in? I can try and test on Mac OSX later tonight.
Mar 10 2014
From what i can tell, no. Take a look at the screenshot in my initial post that shows the two blender terminal windows. Blender thinks said blend file is on my local C drive, so it can't be found
Feb 28 2014
That got me on the right track dingto, thanks.
I was able to get blend files to open on our server again, but Blender is the only program we have that has had problems with this scenario.
Feb 19 2014
Ok, so now my co-worker's computer is suddenly doing the same things as mine. Do you think this issue could be a result of our server drive not mapping correctly on our computers, or something else on our network?
Let me know if there is something else i can check on for you
Feb 16 2014
No virtual machines
Jan 16 2014
oops, you're right. I thought she had the same version. However, updating to 2.69 did not fix the issue
Jan 6 2014
I found that cyan worked well for wire visibility. If we are going to go with black and/or white background, the color helps it pop, while still being bright. Also, most meshes are the default gray, so white wire does not stand out well against white or gray.