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Does anyone know where to find the Pantone library file.  I lost sight of the library somewhere.

Thanks.

 

Rich Rosemann

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OK. I found the Pantone.mlib file and ran the "Convert Legacy AR Material Library" on the file.  Nothing happens.  I've run this conversion program before with no problems.  Now what am I doing wrong, or forgot to do?

Have a nicer day.

 

Rich Rosemann

 

I believe it should have created a folder by the same name.  If not, send the library and I'll try it here.

Good morning Roy.

It did create a sub-folder by the same name, but nothing else.  I let it run for a few hours, but nothing.  The conversion window never poped up.  I tried to run on another mlib file.  The conversion window poped up, but no conversion.  Pantone.mlib is attached.  Thanks.

 

Rich Rosemann

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This library is hosed-- either trashed or never had anything in it.  I'm not sure I can even help you acquire a pantone lib-- it's likely a trademark or copyright violation for us to be associated with it in any way.

Thanks, Roy.  I'll look elseware for a replacemant.

 

Rich Rosemann

 

 

I'll dig a little bit Rich. I used to have on for AR3 I'm sure.

 

Hi Chas

 

I thought I had it on my AR3 and AR4 disk also.  I'm probably not looking well. 

 

Thanks

 

Rich Rosemann

  

Here is what I have on my nXt material subfolder :)
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Hi George,

 

This looks like the file name I misplaced (substitute deleted).  I'll look at it in the morning.  Thank you very much. 

 

Rich Rosemann

 

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