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Solo A Star Wars Story opens worldwide this week, Solo A Star Wars Story full movie and it can be unlike any other Star Wars film unveiled so considerably. It even now hits a lot of common facets of the films, but its target on the Star Wars universe's felony underworld as a substitute of Jedi and other Pressure-delicate beings could possibly have viewers wanting to know what sort of movie they're in for.

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You'll see Solo meet up with and function with various allies just before he will become besties with Chewie, and it is really fascinating to see this younger Han wrestle to not only outline himself but also determine his circle.
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Wall Worm News / Re: Wall Worm 3.745 Released
« Last post by wallworm on May 24, 2018, 11:54:22 AM »
Version 3.747 released on 5-24-2018

   * MDL/WWMT Proxies: Fixed bug when a WallWormMDL node is generated with missing materials.
   * Displacements: Fixed rare bug where a Sculpt Mesh commit function would fail because of undefined vertex alpha in WW Pro.
Thanks for reporting this issue. I hadn't noticed the issue because I've been using the complete name lately. But I've fixed all the issues above (wrong checkboxes and wrong folders) in today's update. Let me know if you have any other problems.
Wall Worm News / Wall Worm 3.745 Released
« Last post by wallworm on May 22, 2018, 02:32:23 PM »
Version 3.745 released on 5-22-2018

   * Macros: Added some new macros that can be assigned via the Customize menus. Most relate to the Carver plugin (when installed).
   * VTF Exporter: Fixed bug hitting the ^ button in the VTF Exporter dialog in 3ds Max 2019 for textures that are not yet given a WW Pro VTF texture attribute.
   * VMT Exporter: Fixed bug in WWMT VMT exporter where it was not always honoring the material name method setting.
   * VMT Exporter: Fixed WWMT VMT exporter UI not known that a VMT has already been exported and de-selecting it.
Glad it works now. I'm not certain what caused it to fail initially, but at least you are back up and running. Probably a lot of new things in WW since you last messed with it--have fun exploring the new features. :)
bad news is that global settings was already set "full material name" to off.

good news is that I tried the "full material name" method and everything worked like a charm! Will probably just use this method in the future since it's coincidentally useful for for organizing VMT's.

Thanks Shawn!
I have a suspicion.

There is an option added to WW in last several months to export based of the full material name rather than where WWMT says to export. There is a global default in WW Settings > Models > Full Material Name. This sets the default (which is off). Each WWMT has its own override for this in the Materials group of the main rollout of WWMT named Mat Name in SMD. New WWMT default to Use Global Setting (which is setting mentioned above). It can also be overridden per WWMT.

If this is on, then the exported VMT path is dependent on the entire name of the material. That would mean you would need to include the path for the VMT in the material's name.

Some functions in WW that generate WWMT Helpers (like the Import MDL, the MDL to WWMT function and the Convert Scene to Model) will set the method to Full Material Name because the materials for the MDLs made in those functions may come from many paths.

See of this is the culprit.
Turns out it might be more problematic than I thought.

The checkmarks showing even after successful texture exports isn't necessarily an issue (only happens to vmt and normal maps), but I think it's symptomatic of another issue I've been experiencing where the vmt gets exported to the wrong directory (i.e. /de_spirit/ folder is picked but it exports to the root material directory. Material is completely invisible and lags when I try it.)

Glad you've got it working.

As for the material always being checked--I'll have to look into that one.
Hi shawn, long time no see! Thanks for filling me in. Haven't been modeling in almost a year. Just took some elbow grease to manually change it all back to standard.

EDIT: False alarm. Got it to work though I got no idea how... Will not question the source engine gods. Just glad it's working again!

I got everything to work for the most part. No errors anymore when using "Check for problems".

Very odd issue though after my first export which went fine (model and mats worked). Now though, one of the materials (prayerwheel_base.vmt) keeps being checked when I open the texture exporter. That material is black in hammer/game.

I remade everything (model, wwmt object, material) but that one material seems to be problematic.
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