LoadBackupObject is LightWave Modeler tool that simplifies opening backup of object, saved by Hub's auto-save feature in special folder.
That path is operating system dependent, and on Windows XP it's usually located at
C:\Documents and Settings\[user name]\Local Settings\Temp\lwhub\
but in localized systems, "Local Settings" might be replaced by native language.
In fresh installed Windows it is hidden system folder. So when you want to open backup of object without our tool, you have to temporary or permanently enable showing hidden files and folders, or entering path manually, just to get there in explorer.
To use this plugin just add it using Add Plug-Ins, make menu button for Load Backup Object and press it when needed.
It'll open file-requester with Windows specific location, where Hub saved your objects. Therefor Hub must not be disabled and auto-save option must be enabled.
Download LoadBackupObject v1.0b for Windows 32 bit (41647 bytes).
Download LoadBackupObject v1.0b for Windows 64 bit (41691 bytes).
Changes made in the 1.0b (23-Feb-2011)
- Added Windows 64 bit version.
Changes made in the 1.0 (28-Sep-2009)
- The first official Windows release.
Minimum Windows Requirements
- LightWave v8.5+
- Pentium or better
- Windows 32 bit
Installing the product
In order to install the program, please extract the archive to some location on your hard disk.
On Windows ®, the archive is in the ZIP format. You will need 3rd party software such as WinZIP, which you can download from http://www.winzip.com (it's not included in the package), or other compatible software to decompress the archive.
Windows XP ® has built-in ZIP support (simply right click on the archive’s icon, and choose ‘Extract all files...’).
On Macintosh ®, the archive is in the SIT format. You will need 3rd party software such as StuffIt, which you can download from http://www.stuffit.com (it's not included in the package), or compatible software to decompress the archive.
The LightWave ® plugin does not require files to be in specific locations, which is a very nice feature. But for easier file management it is recommended that the plugin files (i.e. those with .p extension) be copied to your LightWave ® plugins folder (f.e. LightWave\Plugins\).
Installing LightWave ® Modeler Plugins
Run the LightWave ® Modeler executable. Select pop-down menu Modeler > Utilities > Add Plugins..., then choose the folder containing the new plugins and select them. You should see a message from LightWave that the plugins have been added successfully. The changes will be saved to your configuration file when you quit the program.
Uninstalling the product
Uninstalling LightWave ® Modeler Plugins
Run the LightWave ® Modeler executable. Select pop-down menu Modeler > Utilities > Edit Plugins..., then select the plugin files and press the Delete button. The changes will be saved to your configuration file when you quit the program. Now you can safely remove the files from your hard disk.