|The Poser File Disposition Guide, Part 2|
|• Index • Part 1 • Part 3 • Appendix •|
|Fully Self-Installing Files|
If your zip looks like this, your path information points directly to Runtime - all you need to do is click on the "Extract" button.
Enter the path to your Poser Runtime folder (without the actual Runtime bit, e.g. c:\Program Files\MetaCreations\Poser3), or browse for it if you're not sure. Make sure that the "Use folder names" box is ticked. Click the "Extract" button. That's it!
If your zip looks like this, your path information does not point to Runtime directly.
This means you will have to extract to a temporary
folder first, then manually move everything into Runtime. Click the "Extract" button as above,
but this time enter a temporary folder name.
Make sure that the "Use folder names" box is ticked. Click the "Extract" button.
Now there's one extra step. The correct folder structure has been created, but within your temporary folder. Find the stuff that was extracted, then use Windows Explorer to copy or move the entire contents of that Runtime folder to your Poser Runtime folder.
|Index • Introduction • Manually Installed Files • What Type is it?|