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Speaking of female…uh…parts, I was wondering if there was any kind of “fix” you could do for the eyes, ears, and noses. When you click on them they default to the position they would be on a male head, which if you’re making a female character is usually about 5-10 clicks above where they should be. Unless you’re really good with facial anatomy (and I’m not) it’s hard to tell where an eye, an ear, or a nose is supposed to be on a female head.
If there’s a way you can fix it so that facial pieces will appear where they should be on a female head, that would be great. If not, is there a guide somewhere that can show me how to properly set up those pieces on a female head?
Yes, that’s irritating. My plan is to basically replicate the current sets, marked as “female”, with everything in the right spot by default.
Till then, The way to do it would be to create and save a basic, generic blank female character with the facial items in the right spot, as from then on whenever you place something there, it’ll inherit the location.
@Doornk1142: There’s another way to do that. Place one of the female faces on top of the head. They’re easier to place correctly. Then use that as a template to place your eyes, nose, etc. Delete the full face after you’re done.
Great! thank, hey there is a bug in first screen/Standard female load..
I do what worf does, my problem is that female spandex top or bottom has a line so there is no one piece jumpsuits for female. I personally hate the line unless I want it there. 🙁
Hm, that’s a good point, LordGrimm01. I hope I remember to fix that soonest. The male ones aren’t like that, are they?
Usually the new items kick in after clearing my cache, not working this time! Anyone else having problems?
This is a LONG overdue addition: were I girl, I’d be damn leery of wearing heels, and I certainly wouldn’t recommend them to a heroine of any sort, esp. while trekking to hell & back!
no males are lineless at the middle and don’t worry I would remind you 😀
Jeff, with regards to female footwear, I was thinking that HeroMachine 3 could have knee-high motorcycle boots with laces. They could prove useful for those who want to use HeroMachine to create a female character who wears gothic style clothing. 🙂
New stuff was working great earlier today, now it’s just gone. What gives?
Moognation, I just checked and it’s still there when I look. I’m not sure what would make it be there, then not, unless you switched computers and the later one still has the old stuff cached.
Sportsman (10): … Or a woman who actually rides a motorcycle.
Hey Jeff, thanks for the reply. I did switch from my work computer (Shhh!) to my home computer.
So, gonna show my ignorance here, but how do I deal with the old cached stuff? Not sure what steps to do here…
Moognation, you need to clear your cache on the balky browser. Here’s one of many articles showing how to do that for various browsers and versions.
Oh! Duh! Thanks, Jeff! Works just fine now…
That too, Nick … that too! 🙂