jne4sl

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  • jne4sl 进行了评论,

    I'm getting some crashes, but no crash report form popups so far.

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    elyannie, I was looking back at how I've used puckers previously, just following up in case it's of interest.  This beginners guide has info on using custom topstitches https://www.youtube.com/watc...

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    For a normal map, I appropriated the standard seamline normal map.  If you select any stitching line, you'll see it.  It's in the library folders, too, I think under Hardware and Trim -> Seamlines....

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    It's not perfect, but what about using a pucker and topstitch to illustrate the binding, instead of simulating?  I used a strip of muslin texture on the bias, and set opacity 100%.  It shows on ins...

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    evoncassier, Under "User Settings" subsection 2D, there's a Notch option "Display Type".  When  "Length Fixed to Screen" is selected it's not possible to change the notch length. Switch to "Actual ...

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    It probably has to do with whether or not the original Substance author set that parameter as editable.  I would expect if a parameter is accessible in the web player, it should be in CLO, too.  

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    Trudy, as I see it ignoring seam allowances when possible, is always a reasonable method to simplify a garment.  Once the raw edge is bound, that's really just a seam allowance.  In real life it's ...

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    While you have the four segments selected, look at their 2D and 3D length in the Property Editor (also the corresponding symmetric line length).  The 2D length should be 22.69 cm, but I think the 3...

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    What I seem to notice is it's possible to add notches to either the pattern outline, or an internal line.  But notches on internal lines, don't export, no matter which boxes are checked.  It's also...

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    What's happening at the bottom of the dart is correct, it looks to me like you need to fix the grade on the waist edge and side of the skirt.  Look at the back skirt, each segment of the waist has ...