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Added 9 years ago

What it is: ------------ It's two pair of sneakers, made to fit the digitigrade versions of Furrette and Furraldo. If people are interested enough, …

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Keywords: digitigrade, running, shoes, sneakers, furrette, furraldo
Format: Poser (.pz2)
Usage Rights: Commercial & Personal Use
Categories: Clothing
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GrouchoCaesar (6 years ago)Inappropriate?
Thank you.
Jim Farris (Xaa) (6 years ago)Inappropriate?
Yes, sorry I didn't notice your post earlier. When I originally posted this, the running shoes I had were the versions from Poser 4 through 7 - they are uncompressed, in OBJ format. Later versions of Poser compressed most of the legacy OBJ's to OBZ. You need to uncompress them with a utility like Stuffit or WinRar (I think WinZip and 7zip can do it, too), extracting the original OBJ, more …
Vintageer (6 years ago)Inappropriate?
Whoops, nevermind.
OBZ's are just a compression. I just had to use Stuffit to turn the wRunningShoeR into an OBJ. So everything turned out just fine in the end. :)
Vintageer (6 years ago)Inappropriate?
I have a problem. Poser changed their files. In the directory, the wRunningShoeR.obj is now an OBZ file. I tried opening the shoe in poser, and exported it as .obj. But when I tried decoding the running shoe, but wound up getting an error.
I assume I'm doing something wrong. Are there any other options to get the running shoes working?



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