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I have hundreds of animations that I post on different websites. Is it possible to go and Mark the animations
I have used?
Thanks much, Hank
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I don't understand your question but if you mean to mark the ones you have from different websites then you could use a program called "ListPrint" to give you a text file list of animations from your motions folders.  Then bring it up when online looking at animations and see if it is already in your inventory.

I use the free version to get an inventory now and then, props too.  In the Pro version you can save the list it makes as HTML, PDF, Excel, XML, or Text.  In the free version you only have the options to save your list as Print to Printer, Copy to Clipboard, and Word or Excel. 

This is a pretty nifty tool, comes in a portable version too without an installer and is also available for download in several languages as in; English, German, French, Dutch, Italian, and Portuguese-Brazil.  The Pro version has a lot more features and is reasonably priced if you need more functionality.

Recently I have just been using the "Portable" version when checking online to see if I already have the files that interest me.

Hope this helps. Smile

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