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  1. I totally agree. Retopology gets silly when working from above or below.
  2. Michalis that link does not work. His is the beta OSX 64bit thread.
  3. I have a question. Now that the beta for OSX 64bit is out - is this the right thread to get the newest osx 64bit releases? Thanks
  4. Hi there, Where are the 3.5 updates being posted? I don't see a thread for it yet. Thank you.
  5. Hey AbnRanger, Lino was pretty clear in his first post (then in later posts re-iterating) that the 3DCoat technology deserves a better image representation. He never said the 3DCoat feature was far from useful, he said THAT SPECIFIC TOPOLOGY was far from useful. He could not have been more clear. EDIT and to philnolan3d, I think your image is a great example of this new technology. I am only trying to clear up the misunderstanding between Lino and AbnRanger. I think this is getting blown out of proportion. This is a great technology. Just my 2 cents. -B
  6. True but there is a reason for it. Apple switched from carbon to cocoa a couple years ago. Software companies that had been spending time developing mac apps in carbon got set back. This year the major software companies are caught up. Programs are coming out in 64bit for the mac finally. Maya, Mudbox, Modo 501 should be out late this year, CS5, etc. Switching from carbon to cocoa was an anomaly.
  7. I work on a mac everyday using zbrush 3.2. My wife works next to me everyday, on a PC, using zbrush 3.5r3. We have worked like this every day for the past four years. Both programs crash now and then, not one more than the other, regardless of the operating system. From my experience your assessment is inaccurate.
  8. When I got confused (as you are) I started to scroll back on this thread - to find where Andrew posted on the most recent update. I found it, read it, and he explains that this is a windows beta update and not mac. Mac will come out later and he explains why. -B
  9. Hello, A note for the OSX update. On the download link for 3.3.03 only 3.3.02 downloads. Thanks
  10. Agreed
  11. Hello, I just used the download link for OSX. It is 3.3.00. It is not 3.3.01.
  12. Hi, I just got the latest 3DCoat email about the 3.3 release. Do we 3.2 license owners have to pay for this? Brandon
  13. Hello Andrew, It update is still 9, not 10, on the first page of this thread.
  14. I left 3DCoat (sold the license) because voxel sculpting couldn't match up to zbrush - on the mac. But I got a new computer last week (imac i7 ATI card) and after installing win 7 64bit, I put my wife's 3DCoat license on it. 64bit windows 3DC, even without cuda, is amazing compared to the mac 3DCoat. I mean night and day. Maybe it was my mac machine, but wow. Well, my wife gave me her license and I am back toying with 3DCoat. So, if that OpenCL boosts the power of 3DCoat on the mac, or if Andrew gets around to writing 3DC for OS X 64bit that would be awesome.
  15. Hello, Sorry for this question, it may seem simple to most of you. When I am sculpting with voxels, by default I reverse a brush stroke by holding down 'control'. How can I change the key to 'alt'. So that when I want to reverse the brush (subtract voxel material) I hold down alt. Thanks