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    orionpax09
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    I can’t tell you how happy I was to find BforArtists, simply because I found Vanilla Blender to be an abysmal, unusable mess. That being said, I’m already running into issues. I want to be able to work with models from the Source video game engine, and need the Source Tools to make that happen. Unfortunately…well, here are the instructions I have on how to install this add-on;

    In Blender:Select Edit > User Preferences
    Move to the Addons tab
    Click Install… at the top of the window
    Find the downloaded zip file

    I’ve found User Preferences, as well as the add-ons tab. But I can’t find any install to click. So…how do I add this add-on? :unsure: :dash:

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    BFA-Reiner
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    Hi orionpax09,

    It’s in the user preferences in the addons section at the top row. Hope that helps :)

    Kind regards

    Reiner

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    #21892 Likes: 0
    orionpax09
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    Thanks for the rapid reply. And…while it did help me install…your UI doesn’t look anything like what I have!

    I’m sending you a screenshot of my version of BForArtists. Keep in mind that I did in fact download it from this site, and the version I downloaded was Bforartists 2 version 2.0.0. Did I mess something up? :scare:

    #21894 Likes: 0
    Draise
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    That is in fact, Blender 2.79. You’ve run the wrong executable.  The Bforartists exectuable icon is blue.

    :dance:

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    orionpax09
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    Oh, good grief! I was working with the shortcut on my main screen! I’ll switch executable immediately!

     

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