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    ....It's the most wonderful time of the year There'll be much C4Ding And screens will be glowing When renders are near It's the most wonderful time Yes the most wonderful time Oh the most wonderful time Of the year...... All, It is that time of year again. As I find out about special deals and promotions that always seem to come forth around Black Friday, I will post them here. So far, I only have one (but it is early yet): C4DZone - 50% off all plugins on 11/24/2017 ONLY. I also certainly invite others to do the same as well. Just a few things to remember when you post: Include a link to the site. Be sure to specify the dates of the sale Be sure to include and coupon codes (if any) Mention the amount of the discount Thanks, Dave P.S. And in case anyone is wondering: Black Friday is traditionally the day after the US Thanksgiving Holiday (always held on the last Thursday of November -- which for this year is 11/23/2017) and the biggest shopping day of the year as people ramp up their spending for Christmas. That is why it is called "Black" Friday because sales on that day put most retailers into the financial "black" (or profit) for the year.
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    Hi all, new C4D user here so here's my first try at surfacing and rendering. Not modelled in C4D as I'm in the process of importing a selection of my models over to re-texture and render them but looking forward to getting my head around the modelling side of things soon... comments always welcome thanks Tony
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    What camera did you use to take these photos?
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    Writing to user data is the way - I do this all the time. xptransfer.c4d
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    to the best of my knowledge, the answer to your question is "no." And rightfully so in my opinion. Imagine how confusing that would become if you opened a file that had been setup that way a year from now! Or if someone else had to dissect your file. Having referenced or instance nodes in xpresso setups would get very confusing very quick. Like you said, I think your best bet is to create some user data as your "bridge" (that's a great term for it, by the way!) Whether you do it this way, or you figure out a way to create your instanced node, make sure your priorities are correct!! Tags are calculated left to right, top to bottom. Having them out of order will cause calculations to be computed out of order, leading to rig lag. You can always tweak the priorities in the Xpresso tag's Basic Properties if you run into issues.
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    That particular GTX680 must have a flaw because I used to have a GTX580 that worked fine so the number of cores, etc should be adequate.
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    Trust me - the bicycle's hierarchy is about as crazy, if less sophisticated. That said, I ran a PSR constraint to R_Leg_Foot_cont+ (not before constraining the wrong bits beforehand resulting in very painful looking contortions) and it works perfectly. Haven't rigged the right side yet, but I have a bit of work to do on Wordpress beforehand. Can't thank you enough. -Kurt

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