Author Topic: Daily build from 2016-06-12 - no Max 2014 version?  (Read 5178 times)

2016-06-20, 17:29:54
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Ondra

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Did you delete the Corona2014.dlr and CoronaUtils2014 from the /plugins/ folder? And made sure there were only 2013 versions?
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2016-06-20, 19:36:59
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Did you delete the Corona2014.dlr and CoronaUtils2014 from the /plugins/ folder? And made sure there were only 2013 versions?

I don't even source the 3ds max plugins folder at startup. I only use my own custom paths.

2016-06-20, 19:38:52
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well still, same thing applies - the error message is from Corona2014.dlr, there should be no such file if you install the daily build correctly
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2016-06-20, 19:44:30
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well still, same thing applies - the error message is from Corona2014.dlr, there should be no such file if you install the daily build correctly

The name of the plugin in my error picture should be irrelevant. I tried renaming it as suggested by someone here (I doubted you'd reference the assembly by a name, that doesn't make much sense, but still, what if? :) ).