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  06 June 2003
Move Macrscript Folder

I need to move the macroscript folder out of the 3dsmax5 folder to my D: dirve. I can't find anywhere in the 3dsamx.ini to point to it. Does anybody know how to cofigure max to load the scripts from the folder if I move it.
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  06 June 2003
Customise/configure paths only allows you to set the scripts folder and the start-up scripts forlder but not the macroscripts folder. Unless you know something else I don't.
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  06 June 2003
Hmm I overlooked that you said Macorscripts. since that is a subdirectory of the UI folder i don't think you can move it. why would you want to ?
 
  06 June 2003
We are running a software called deep freeze that rebuilds the C: drive every time the machine is rebooted. So any new scripts put into the macroscripts folder will be deleted. If I could move it to the D: drive I could get around this problem.
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  06 June 2003
What about reinstalling your MAX onto D:\?
 
  06 June 2003
Installing the software on the D: drive defeats the purpose of the Deep Freeze sotware. The only solution I have come up with so far is to have a batch file that I can run that copies the new scripts back onto the C: drive.
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