AccuRender nXt

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Can anyone help? does anyone know where can I download the plant editor?

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You should already have it if nXtRender is instaleed. Look in:

C:\Program Files\AccuRender nXt

I have here also this plant editor.
Unfortunately, I miss a lot of plants and flowers that were once in AR3.
Will there be something for AR5?

Ich habe hier auch diesen Pflanzen Editor.
Leider vermisse ich da eine ganze Menge Pflanzen und Blumen die früher mal in AR3 waren.
Wird es da noch mal etwas geben für AR5??

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You can create with the plant editor or if you still have your AR3 Cd install then insert plants there then open in Nxt to render.

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