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    I can't wait until you guys on PCs get the update! I'm really excited to see the stuff you all come up with!

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    Same...i just started playing with the OLD Zspheres for my next project lol...when i could have sketched them.

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    very exciting!!!
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    Yeahh!!! Thx pixologic, it's damn cool to have Zbrush caps!

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    This is so far beyond what I had hoped for in the update, I am at a loss for words.

    Congrats on this update. I am a mac user, and this really makes up for the wait that we endured for the previous update. Thanks again guys. You rock!

    PS: The only other things I would love to eventually see are advanced Retopo tools similar to what 3D coat is doing or uv unwrapping tools similar to headus uvlayout. I would be willing to pay more for a Zbrush update that included those tools. (as opposed to me having to buy them from these vendors and then run multiple programs.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sebcesoir
    very exciting!!!
    LOL I guess they got tired of the downloading of your vids [thumbs up]
    and gave us the pb
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    well finally something to do
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sebcesoir
    very exciting!!!
    Aren't you a beta tester this time, man? What a pitty, I thought I would see some new wonderful works from you at this release...

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    There are also two new smooth brushes that work much more realistic. Their in mac documents.
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    Has anyone got that last (hard surface) video to load for them?

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    doesnt it say "comming soon" ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AgentSmith
    Has anyone got that last (hard surface) video to load for them?
    yeah. about 5 minutes after I last posted. try clearing your cache and refreshing

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    Purging!

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    That's the only file that doesn't show for me also. pc did a disk clean up and empty windows/temp.
    Any ideals on how to view it.
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    Just based on what Firefox is telling me, the direct link is http://www.pixologic01.com/zclassroo...laner/p005.flv

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    The very last video actually should be p007.flv, and with that name in the url, it doesn't come up.

    I'm not too worried, it'll eventually work. I'm just VERY jazzed over hese new videos. Happy happy, joy joy.
    Last edited by AgentSmith; 09-09-09 at 08:05 PM.

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