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  03 March 2006
damn, i want that "un_titled" scheme too!
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  03 March 2006
soon ...

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  03 March 2006
good news!

thanks!
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  05 May 2006
where is un-titled scheme ???
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  06 June 2006
Layout for 20 widescreen

*Depricated*
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  08 August 2006
how do you save them?

Originally Posted by MuchoBucho: Sipro: Just extract the Modo4D zip and put the Modo4D folder into your \resource\schemes folder of your C4D install. Then in your preferences panel of C4D it will appear as an option.


Hi folks

how do you save these schemes if I want to have them for future installs after I tweak them?

thx
 
  08 August 2006
Just move/zip up the folder in your schemes folder. That contains all the scheme information you should need.
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  08 August 2006
clarification

sorry

my question was unclear


how do I set up a scheme (so I can then save it)? in other words, if I have a layout and color setup that I want to keep, how do I define the files required to form a scheme ( the .col, .res files)? I have not found a way to generate them and Maxon Tech Support could not tell me either

thx
 
  08 August 2006
It's automatically saved. The scheme is set up in the scheme folder, all the color etc become a aprt of that scheme, so when you copy that scheme folder you are copying that scheme as you have it set up.

The layout is a different thing to the scheme (a scheme is a skin, a layout is the organisation of your menus and windows) and you can save that either from the Window->Layout menu, or just by copying out your preferences from the prefs folder in your Cinema 4D folder.
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  08 August 2006
thank you !


I was able to find the modified .col file under /prefs

so I copied to another folder under resources/scheme with the other files of the scheme I modified and can now switch at will between schemes

very helpful

but then... what are the .res files for? schemes pack this file but don't seem to affect the displayed scheme
 
  11 November 2006
My new R10 scheme. More discreet and glamour.



ciao
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Last edited by formfollowsforce : 02 February 2007 at 04:16 PM.
 
  11 November 2006
Originally Posted by un_titled: My new R10 scheme. More discreet and glamour.

ciao
un_titled

Hey Alexander Ciao
do you use any "Talisman Desktop"



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  11 November 2006
Last but not least ...

New splash screen



New icon




ciao
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Last edited by formfollowsforce : 02 February 2007 at 04:17 PM.
 
  11 November 2006
@un_titled
Looks nice, best I've seen so far (:
 
  11 November 2006
Originally Posted by un_titled: My new R10 scheme. More discreet and glamour.



ciao
un_titled


Nice look, would you mind sharing your layout?
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