************ Updated the 14th of June 2004 ************
XYZ Adjust allows you to edit the X, Y and Z resolutions of Zspheres. Normally it is only possible to set the XYZ resolution before a Zsphere is created. With this script you can change the resolution after a zsphere is added. Also Membrane values can be set for individual zspheres.
Hotkey activated. Interface appears below the cursor.
Adjusting of XYZ resolution while in preview mode.
Symmetrical editing of XYZ resolutions.
Select child/parent Zsphere from within Interface.
Hover the cursor over a zsphere and press 'k' on the keyboard to bring up the interface.
Adjust seperate X, Y and Z resolutions using the -/+ buttons.
Set all axis' to the same value using the XYZ to buttons.
Select the child/parent of the current zsphere by pressing the <<<< and >>>> buttons.
Click the MBR bar to set a Membrane value for the selected Zsphere.
Click the MBR title to reset the Membrane value to 0.
Press the XYZ adjust title to toggle preview mode.
When finished press the Spacebar or Return to close the interface.
As long as a zsphere is selected (one of the zspheres is colored red) you can press the hotkey 'k' while the cursor is outside the canvas. This brings up the interface so it does not cover your model. Useful if you use the <<<< and >>>> buttons a lot.
The XYZ resolution overrides the Ires setting.
It is not possible to set an axis resolution of (0,1,0). 0 and 1 are effectively treated the same. However the skinning of a (0,0,0) zsphere is different to the skinning of a (1,1,1) zsphere.
If you adjust an axis of a (0,0,0) zsphere the other axis' automatically change to 1. This is not a bug but how zspheres work.
To install :
Simply unzip into your /Zscripts directory and load the script using Ctrl+Shift+L. The script is accessed by pressing 'k' on the keyboard (see above).
Until more info on zscripts is given it is necessary to load XYZ adjust once every Zbrush session.
Suggestions are most welcome. Enjoy.