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Mike at BrashMonkey

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  1. ok, I'm glad you found a solution. I think what I was talking about only applies to IK constraints.
  2. @Justin I recently updated the first post in this thread, please read it and download the zip file and try to run the files inside and hopefully that will resolve the issues for you.
  3. Sorry, we did not directly develop the Spriter plugin for Multimedia Fusion and your best bet for technical support for it is on their forums and by contacting its developer directly. Unfortunately we've not heard from any other Multimedia Fusion users for many years. :(
  4. @Johrivnomil Spriter 1 will still be useable, but no longer updated, as development has moved on completely to Spriter 2. Spriter 1 owners will keep access to it as a separate program.
  5. We do have plans for such things down the line, but cany promise when or to what degree any particular physics based feature might be added.
  6. @GreenRock You'd have to delete the images themselves from the project folder, then re-save your spriter file. This should do it, but when re-loading your project, Spriter will complain there are missing images if you are referencing them in a character map for example.
  7. Try holding the right mouse button while your mouse is over the parent bone, and then hovering over the inheritance icons and release the mouse button. This should toggle the child bones from inheriting things like scale.
  8. @leonard-moro If you're putting PNG files in the folder you pointed Spriter to when you chose to start a new project, they should show up in Spriter... if you're putting them in the folder when Spriter and your project are already open, you might need to close and re-open spriter and your project for them to show up. If this doesn't help you'll likely need to zip up the project folder and email it to mail@brashmonkey.com with a description of the problem so we can take a look and figure out the issue.
  9. @Centrion This website seems to give pretty thorough instructions for how to fix the issue. Hopefully a combination of these steps works for you: https://www.howtogeek.com/874113/how-to-fix-the-0xc000007b-error-on-windows/
  10. @Aahan2023 did you try any of the proposed solutions?
  11. @tobar.io Sorry, there is no direct way we know of. It might be possible but likely not without quite a bit of work and custom code.
  12. You can find it here: https://brashmonkey.com/forum/index.php?/files/category/8-software/
  13. Sorry for the inconvenience and frustration, Ghastly97. Did you try the Adobe Creative Cloud solution? (installing the trial of Photoshop). That seems to be the fastest and most consistent way to resolve the issue for most people. Just be sure to cancel the trial before you get charged for it if you don't want to continue using Photoshop etc. before the trial period expires. Please let me know if that works for you.
  14. @lokiwhizz most windows systems have at least one, typically more versions of visual studio pre-installed out of the box as far as I recall, regardless, this is the typical way to get the missing DLL file installed onto your system. Did you try following the instructions here: Did you try installing the trial Adobe Creative Cloud/Photoshop? That seems to resolve the issue for most people as well, but if you try this approach, be sure to cancel the creative cloud subscription before you're charged anything if you don't want to continue the subscription to it and end up being charged.
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