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  1. In render room, but I don't know how to use it, I need manual.
  2. Linux version , some hotkeys which take a bit moment to switch tools in v4.9 linux version, now feel more responsive in 2021. Great!
  3. Running in wine is fine, I installed it through Lutris. 3dcoat 2021 doesn't open if installed through wine program loader, but in Lutris it works.
  4. For making a starting pose I think is much easier to pose a MB-Lab generated rig in blender, then import it to 3d coat for sculpting. But one great thing using mannequin is that I can sculpt symmetrically with the pose before merging all parts.
  5. If the retopo mesh is for concept sculpt, current 3d coat auto retopo works well enough for baking details to low poly mesh. Blender and ZB sculpt on SubD meshes, so better auto retopo matters for creating base mesh. 3d coat sculpts on live clay, no base mesh required. If the retopo mesh is for animation, then manual retopo is needed in most cases.
  6. Is it be possible to add a "turn off light" option to each added light in render room? It's convenient for testing lighting.
  7. In paint room, accidentally hitting a sculpt brush hotkey causes automatically switch to sculpt room. Is there any way to prevent this?
  8. There's hotkey H to pick mesh directly inside the viewport. Funny I choose 3d coat because I think it's easy to use. Big plus sculpting in blender is that I can pose multiple poses of a character with bones, then adjust mesh with shape keys.
  9. On Linux Lubuntu running in wine, I can sculpt on 46 million tris connected mesh at around 50-55fps with rapid brush (auto subdivide off). I feel I can go higher. If auto subdivide turned on, the brush becomes VERY SLOW, but not crash. Computer: intel i7 2600k, RTX 2060, 16GB ram. Maybe a windows problem that causes crash?
  10. 3DCoatGL64-noCL.exe doesn't work for me either. Have you tried 3DCoatGL64-noCL-noAVX.exe ? Some ppl says it works for win 10 too while the original 3DCoatGL64..exe doesn't work. It works for me on Lubuntu (a very lightweight, easy to install Linux distro). I don't know where to get those missing files. I still don't think is a good idea to run 3d coat in Virtual Machine Try dual booting Windows/OS X, or Lunix/OS X, then install 3dcoat directly in the operating system, or wait for the Mac version.
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