Sal Render Assistant

4 votes
Version: 
0.9 Beta
Date Updated: 
06/05/2014
Author Name: 
Salwan Badra

SalRenderAssistant

drop the mcr file to 3ds Max then put the mse file in the script startup then restart 3ds max

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Version Requirement: 
3ds Max 2011
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salwanbadra's picture

because

because it's create a menu it must read the mcr file first, and the mse file request the macro script when creating the menu, so for some users it makes an error if it didn't find the macro first

salwanbadra's picture

and

and it's installed this way because I am organizing my scripts in a menu

salwanbadra's picture

thanks

thanks for your feedback but I think the installation note is clear "drop the mcr file to 3ds Max then put the mse file in the script startup then restart 3ds max"

dennisqdw's picture

correction to install directions

I haven't actually used this script yet, but it does look good. I thought that I would point out that his install directions are not clear. For those of you new to scripts, you want to install the mcr file in the users/.../AppData/.../usermacros folder in order for this to work properly.

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