Dealing with Lack of Subtool Folders in ZBrush 4R8
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Dealing with Lack of Subtool Folders in ZBrush 4R8
16 June, 2017
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ZBrush 4R8 has been launched and the updated tool includes tons of new features, but some expected possibilities are still missing. For example, some of the users are disappointed by lack of subtool folders. It appears that there’s another way out of this situation! Gavin Goulden posted an image showing Jeremie David Alba‘s neat workaround. 

Here’s the plan:

  1. Have a file with a ton of subtools, order them in a logical way.
  2. Locate the folder arrow, clicking this begins a group. The group consists of every subtool until you “Start” a new one.
  3. Enable Auto Collapse to close the folder and hide subtools.
  4. Click the parent of the group to expand the folder and access your subtools.  

Thank you, Jeremie! 

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You can deal with sceneManager too… http://exoside.com/zscenemgr/
Very nice piece of plugin !