|Product Name:||Have A Seat|
|Published Artist(s):||Code 66|
Have A Seat is a DAZ Studio Script, that comes with a set of props too, that will allow you to place benches and build bleachers. The product is designed to work with any prop in your library and with the HAS Designer Tool you can create design sets to use for populating the scene. Is it a group seated around a campfire, audience for an outdoor concert or a medieval execution, or supporters cheering for their favourite sports team, Have A Seat can fix the seats.
There are three main types of benches.
- Plain single prop benches, your runtime is full with them, put them to use, a few different benches are included.
- Bench constructs made from two trestles and a scaffold. One set of two different trestles and two different scaffolds are included.
- Bleachers, both wooden and metal, all prop parts are included.
Three manuals included, in PDF format, and they will give you several hints on what you can do and how easy it is to do it. The bleachers have a slider to set how much instancing to use for the benches, which makes it easy to populate a scene with people by parenting the people to the instance parent bench.
The scripts are very easy to use and the HAS Designer Tool works like a wizard, guiding the user through the steps of adding benches to a design.
When it comes to making your own prop based bleachers, there is a manual that shows you all special tricks you need, this is mostly for power users or PAs who make their own props.
Designer are included for the following sets in the DAZ Store:
- Improvised Benches Construction Kit
- Medieval Tavern
- The Chair Collection
- A Curious Tea Iray
The settings will only be available to the user if the set is installed on the machine, to prevent confusion.
Below is a list of the installation package types provided by this product. The name of each package contains a Package Qualifier (WIP), which is used as a key to indicate something about the contents of that package.
[ ] = Optional, depending on target application(s)
Not all installation packages provide files that are displayed to the user within the interface of an application. The packages listed below, do. The application(s), and the location(s) within each application, are shown below.
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