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Thread: LightWave Eleven Service Pack 2 (11.0.2) is Released; Discussion Thread

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    LightWave Eleven Service Pack 2 (11.0.2) is Released; Discussion Thread

    Announcement is here, with PDF of the changes attached:

    http://forums.newtek.com/showthread.php?t=129215

    Discuss here!
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    Downloading now. Do we need to install in a new directory or over 11.0.1 release? Just wondering.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JamesCurtis View Post
    Downloading now. Do we need to install in a new directory or over 11.0.1 release? Just wondering.
    We always recommend uninstall and reinstall, or install to a separate folder.
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    Thank you and installing. Always look forward to bug fixes, but actually things have been really stable.

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    Okay - will do.

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    Just got the email. Looks like you guys have been busy. Cheers.


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    Downloading now...first of all, thank you so much for putting the stuff back on the downloads page!

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    got the email, have tried it yet though.
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    thank you for the service pack, got email -> go to downloadpage -> download -> play
    great, keep up the good work, i am sooo excited what lw 12 brings
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    good to see the installer in our account download page. the process was smooth! good work nt. not test the beta yet by the way

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    Lots of VPR fixes but this one. This was reported to be fixed in SP1, but in my experiance it never was and still isn't. This is very simple cubic mapping. To get VPR to display it correctly, one simply has to start an F9 render and abort it. Seems like this would be easy to fix.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Snosrap View Post
    Lots of VPR fixes but this one. This was reported to be fixed in SP1, but in my experiance it never was and still isn't. This is very simple cubic mapping. To get VPR to display it correctly, one simply has to start an F9 render and abort it. Seems like this would be easy to fix.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sekhar View Post
    Downloading now...first of all, thank you so much for putting the stuff back on the downloads page!
    No kidding!!! THANKS!!

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    Awwww... my bugfix isn't in this update.

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