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#1 WillP



  • Hash, Inc
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  • Will Pickering
  • Vancouver, WA
  • Windows
  • Programmer:enough to be hazardous

Posted 04 June 2004 - 11:27 AM

Windows versions can be found here:
2004 CDROM (Orangutan)
dongle (HASP) Version
Multi-User Dongle Version

FTP area

V11.0 Features

V11.0 Online Technical Reference

V11.0 requires dongles to be programmed for year 2004. If you receive a hasp or "No Authorization" error you will need to have your dongle upgraded for the 2004 subscription.

Contact upgrades@hash.com for more info. Run the RUS Utility to get your HASP ID#. After receiving an update code from support@hash.com you can use this utility to flash the HASP.

----- Fixes since last version.[LIST]
[*]Fixed a stich problem {Nathaniel Stein}
[*]Fixed lights as children of actionobjects when the action goes inactive {Gazzamataz}
[*]Fixed not setting poses from pose panel {Jack Morrison}
[*]Fixed slowdown loading lots of muscle relationships {Ed Lynch}
[*]Fixed timeline and selected user folders
[*]Depth of field with light jitter could possible linr up reducing softness with shadows { Joe Williamsen }
[*]Simulate spring systems with collisions enabled, doesn't crash. {John L.}
[*]Grooming hair with pre-roll or in action correctly follows mouse. {Stephen Millingen}
[*]Transparency rendering Final/Non multi-pass looks correct again, (ie. Toy Story). {Harun Wahab}
[*]Added AM:Films "Whats New" panel to Community Bar.
[*]Fixed timeline crash with sound folders in chor

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