"BillF" <h_h### [at] verizonnet> wrote:
> Stephen <mca### [at] aolDOTcom> wrote:
> > m_a_r_c wrote:
> > > email@example.com...
> > >> no...have tried with both 3.6 and 3.7 32bit and 64bit versions...am
> > >> running Win7
> > >> 64bit...POV itself works fine....so does Moray, I just can't get them to
> > >> link
> > >>
> > > In fact Moray well fits to POV 3.5
> > > What I do is to have POV 3.5 installed as direct renderer for Moray.
> > > If I want to use 3.6 or 3.7 or even MegaPOV features, I open in one of these
> > > softs and run the Moray output .ini file which has the same name than the
> > > ..mdl file and is in the export directory set in the render settings box.
> > >
> > > Marc
> > >
> > >
> > To put it even stronger than Marc. Moray has issues with any version of
> > Pov greater than 3.5. On some OS it will open Pov 3.6 on others it will
> > not. I assume that there are compatibility settings that you have tried
> > in Win 7.
> > But the best thing to do is what Marc suggested, install Pov 3.5.
> > --
> > Best Regards,
> > Stephen
> I have been trying to get povray, moray, vista, and win7 to play with each other
> since first "having" to run vista. But I found that running under win7 - moray
> 3.5 - and povray 3.5 works well. I find marcs suggestions promising, but
> cumbersome. Any other ideas out there?
by the way I am Billf, and a long time user of both Moray and PovRay - tho lond
ago. Need to bone up on both. ---- thanks for the forum, need someone to update
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