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Creates a menu item under the HUD for turning off and on a frame counter. Unlike other frame counters, this one doesn't add anything to your scene and works in every camera. This is useful for playblasts etc. It'll only work when you have actual animation in your scene
*new for 2.0* made it into a procedure so it doesn't clutter up the userSetup file. Just add the procedure to your existing userSetup file or make a new one for it.
copy the file into your scripts directory
create a file called userSetup.mel in your scripts directory and add the procedure to it (pmframecounter;)
it'll give you a framecounter heads up display menu item
if you already have a userSetup.mel file just add the procedure to it *putting it first seems to help it work!*