Question/help with 'Look at my hair'

Question/help with 'Look at my hair'

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Amber

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Not only is there no key,but the installere expects a “default standard” install path to DAZ, and will fail silently of this is not satisfied. Only discovered this by installing in a sandbox and discovering the hidden install log.

For my 2cents, Garibaldi is far more promising, though even that has its hat-ful of issues.

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D0GG0D

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is there a working copy of Garibaldi floating around? ive seen a few but comments say they do not function.

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EvilMonkey

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@flibbits, then you’re right it should be probably be removed or at least a massive warning placed in the description box then.

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Monk

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@flibbits

It’s working here, just follow the instructions:
“Extract Look At My Hair.zip
Do NOT launch Daz studio after installation!!!!!!!
Install your desired version and Put the lookatmyhairAM folder in C:\Users\YOUR_USER_NAME\Documents\DAZ 3D\Studio folder.”
(the key is the lookatmyhair.cfg file).

Hope this helps.

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D0GG0D

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I can try it again but my issue is the pass code does not match the numbers. Installed with wifi off so there is 0 chance it could connect.

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Monk

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???? I guess IF the lookatmyhair.cfg file is correctly place, it won’t ask for a pass code. At least, it didn’t when I installed LAMH.

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Amber

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@d0gg0d:
Having just searched the blog, I didn’t realize Garibaldi wasn’t here! I’ve just uploaded my Windows copy, 32 & 64 bit versions included. Sorry Mac users 🙁
(also note, even though there’s a DAZ catalog number, and the Garibaldi page points to the DAZ store page, it is 404!)
I have this installed on my system, it works as expected, but I can’t say I’m happy with it, probably partially due to the fact my machine is a potato, and partly because Garibaldi leaves a lot to be desired. Also, it seems to crash way too often.

@monkseye:
If you have LAMH working on your system, I’m guessing you have the default DAZ installation path, don’t you.
The problem is, if you (like me) have installed DAZ to a different location, i.e. a different drive, the LAMH installer cannot find it (as the default path is hardwired into the installer), and after trying a few “known” locations, decides DAZ is not installed at all, and refuses to copy the files to the plugins folder.
the details are to be read in the installer’s .log file, buried in a temp folder somewhere.
As I recall, the developer mentioned something about this in a thread somewhere, saying that some time in the future custom paths would be supported.
If we know indie devs, this means somewhere between 5 years and never.

What would REALLY HELP is…
someone could upload the LAMH DLL from their plugins folder, instead of passing around a broken installer! This way we could simply drop the stupid plugin where it goes, and drop the cfg file where it goes. If the darned installer doesn’t know where my DAZ is, *I* certainly do. Then we can see if the plugin works on a non-standard path as long as the cfg exists where it’s “expected”.

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Amber

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Whoa Monk, UDAMANN 🙂
Thanks, will try it when I get home!

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