- 2020-07-14 at 9:46 am #30096
Hi. I’ve been trying your demo out, and love it, but I had to uninstall it as when rendering through Deadline render manager our nodes were erroring as they reported a missing plugin. I used the uninstaller, and its gone, but the files I made with it now open with a missing dll error which is very annoying.
Do you have a fix for this?
We do plan to use the plugin in the future, having to install is on all machines is a pain. If I knew where the dll is I can add i to the machines. Or do you have a render plugin only?2020-07-15 at 5:37 pm #301542020-07-16 at 2:50 pm #30220
Hi, Rebooted and still an issue. And a freelancer just opened a file and found verge3d things relating to camera parameters. Not good.
I cant find an install folder so must be gone, is it in programs?2020-07-16 at 3:49 pm #30228
In the default case (you have not changed destination directory in the installer), it should be located in the C:\Users\YouName directory. Try to remove it from there. Alternatively, you might remove the path from the “Configure System Paths” dialog:
2020-07-16 at 3:56 pm #30231
- This reply was modified 4 months, 2 weeks ago by Alexander Kovelenov.
cool, found the folder and got rid of it now. Also removed from the system paths.
I’ll monitor and see if its still an issue. Thanks2020-07-17 at 8:36 am #30254
Got the missing dll error again today on a scene I hadnt opened yet.
Also we have had to write a script to remove all the old attributes left behind. I’ll share this later.
Still cant get the light lister to open, we think its due to the attributes, not Vray.2020-07-19 at 7:50 am #30319
Looks like this DLL is not from Verge3D but some other plugin. Verge3D does not have such a strong dependency between loaded libraries and assets. As for VrayLister bug, the issue was confirmed by Chaos Group developers and should be fixed in Vray Next – version 4.30.02 or above.
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