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Re: Traditional animation tools

Post by Satrip » 14 Mar 2009, 14:11

Strange I can't unzip your file! I've download it twice same result (it says "no file to extract") :(

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Re: Traditional animation tools

Post by ubik » 15 Mar 2009, 08:46

Me too!
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Re: Traditional animation tools

Post by oliveuk » 15 Mar 2009, 11:01

really strange. Are you on Mac or Vista, Satrip and Ubik. I don't use any of those so I can't test on them.

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Re: Traditional animation tools

Post by ubik » 15 Mar 2009, 11:17

OS X 10.5.6 iMac et MacBook Pro

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Re: Traditional animation tools

Post by ZigOtto » 15 Mar 2009, 18:46

oliveuk wrote:really strange. Are you on Mac or Vista, Satrip and Ubik. I don't use any of those so I can't test on them.
the Zip file seems to be faulty, trying to uncompress it, I get this error message :
...\Olive_TradiTools1.6.zip: Archive ZIP multiparties ou corrompues
(WinXP Pro) .
en fait, aprés RMB "réparer l'archive", je trouve bien le dossier Olive_TradiTools1.6.Data, mais aucune trace du fichier Olive_TradiTools1.6.Bin .

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Re: Traditional animation tools

Post by Satrip » 15 Mar 2009, 22:30

I'm on XP,
I tried to unzip with default zip extract and with 7zip, it doesn't work.

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Re: Traditional animation tools

Post by oliveuk » 17 Mar 2009, 09:48

this is really strange... I did compress the files with the default WindowsXP sp2 compressing function on my TabletPC instead of using WinRar but my desktop doesn't have any problem downloading and opening the file with WinRar....

Ok I am replacing the file with an other zip file compressed with WinRar this time. Let me know if you have more success

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Re: Traditional animation tools

Post by ZigOtto » 17 Mar 2009, 12:51

pareil, le dossier Olive_TradiTools1.6.Data est bien là, mais pas de fichier Olive_TradiTools1.6.Bin :?
serait-ce un problème provenant du serveur tvpaint qui amputerait les Zip à la sortie ?
la taille du fichier une fois downloadé est seulement de 11K
alors que le fichier compressé uploadé est annoncé à 28 K ... :o
mystère ! :?: :?: :?:

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Re: Traditional animation tools

Post by Satrip » 17 Mar 2009, 13:36

Ouep c'est très bizarre tout ca :!: :?:

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Re: Traditional animation tools

Post by oliveuk » 17 Mar 2009, 16:01

new try ;-)

On the first page I posted a link to the file on my Server and deleted the one from the TV Paint server. Let me know if it works.

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Re: Traditional animation tools

Post by Fabrice » 17 Mar 2009, 16:38

we will test too.
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Re: Traditional animation tools

Post by ZigOtto » 17 Mar 2009, 18:26

oliveuk wrote:... I posted a link to the file on my Server and deleted the one from the TV Paint server. Let me know if it works.
Olive, it works fine now via your own server, so it seems the TV Paint server was guilty.
... yet another thing to be fixed for the team.

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Re: Traditional animation tools

Post by oliveuk » 17 Mar 2009, 19:06

I am glad people can finally try my toolbar

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Re: Traditional animation tools

Post by CharlieC » 03 Apr 2009, 22:56

great forum- i'm still learning how to transition from the mirage tools to tvp. looks like with all your work, the tools will get better and better.

tangential question-

some of you are happily working on tablet pc's. did you search long and hard and determine your best and favorite tablets for this type of artwork?

i've been apprehensive as many are designed for non-art businesses. but perhaps the biggest hang-up for me is learning windows in order to use a tablet. i've learned what i know to this point on macs, and i'm not the most computer-literate of users.

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Re: Traditional animation tools

Post by oliveuk » 03 Apr 2009, 23:45

to me TabletPCs are more designed for art related things than anything else but I agree that they are being marketed as .....as.... hold on.... actually no ... they are not even marketed for anything ;-)

My first TabletPC was an HP TC 4200. Despite having owned several Compaq M200 and an HP TC4400 I still prefer the 4200 to the other ones. Mainly for the 2 hours battery and the sturdiness of the product.

I don't think there s anything to learn in Windows. Just install a free Antivirus (AVG), a free firewall (ZoneAlarm), and once you open your favourite application you will be like home. Personally I tried to use Macs in the past and just can't understand how they work.

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