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Align, Nightshade, snapshot, td, Layout, editor, distribute, randomize, straighten, normalize, mapping, udim
Unable to use
|Submitted by:||Sam Kramer|
It never works. I've even tried placing it within the scripts folder of my Maya version, but that never works either. I really don't know what I'm doing wrong - I have several other scripts that I use occassionaly and I never have any issues getting them started up. But the Nightshade editor just won't start up regardless of what I try. Any ideas?
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Sam Kramer said about 6 years ago:
1. From the Nightshade folder, copy the contents of the "prefs>icons folder" into the "maya_version>prefs>icons" folder.
2. From the Nightshade folder, copy the "NSUV" folder from the scripts folder into the maya_version>scripts folder.
Great tool so far, but the instructions need a little more clarity.