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Thursday, 2011-05-05, 3:45 PM

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JCasals

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Hi!
Has someone managed to make the 4D editor work iwith Windows 7?
(copied the dll files in system32, same as in XP, and managed to open the editor using 32K ;but can't visualize model or edit)
Many thanks
 

 

Thursday, 2011-05-05, 9:02 PM

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Sometime ago I managed to make it work. Google each *.dll file name (I mean the dlls that come with the 4D Editor itself), download the newest versions you can get and it will work.
 

 

Thursday, 2011-05-05, 10:53 PM

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JCasals

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Thanks a lot for the advice! Will certainly try.
 

 

Friday, 2011-05-06, 0:45 AM

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I have bee using Java 4D editor in windows 7 as well as XP for two years without any problem, simply use the last updates.
The only problems I encountered were with Vista..
See you soon for new vehicles I adapted from 1C ( panzerbefehlswagen III E , Panzer III J short barrel gun, Panzer IV F1 Afrika and Panzer IV C 1940)


Fan of panzers
 

 

Friday, 2011-05-06, 3:58 PM

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Lucas_de_Escola

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Do not forget the unit "Armored Car Greyhound M-8"
 

 

Thursday, 2011-05-19, 8:03 PM

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I just made 4d files ( converted with 3DS Max from 1C) for new vehicles such as PzIVC , PzIII E , Pz IV F1 and F2 Afrika, but I have a problem in animation: the wheels do not rotate correctly.
A part of the problem is in the unit file: I tried type 1, type 2, type 0 for wheels but nothing works correctly. May be in 3DS max when converting the mesh to 3ds file?
Please help so that we can have new authentic tanks!
See you soon!


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Sunday, 2011-06-12, 9:57 PM

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buraddo

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i like this tool, it is very good and useful, but i had 2 problems:
1. I don't know to make it at game's scale.
2. If someone can do this... exporting meshes, not only importing
 

 

Sunday, 2016-09-11, 3:40 PM

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wargamer

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I managed to make it work in Windows 7 32 bits (fortunately I have an old netbook running this version), but wasn't able to get it working in the 64 bits version, even with the hints from the comrades. Has anyone achieved this?
 

 

Friday, 2016-09-23, 12:04 PM

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Quote wargamer ()
I managed to make it work in Windows 7 32 bits (fortunately I have an old netbook running this version), but wasn't able to get it working in the 64 bits version, even with the hints from the comrades. Has anyone achieved this?

I tried run the java 4d converter in my win 10 64 bits but seems doesn't work well, the program don't open or don't wont start
In my old PC with vista OS 32 bits works fine and open a bit slow, but open the program


Im looking for people to make the Pacific Campaign mod for Panzers II
 

 

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