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Hivewire Morphs

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Hello, upon installing the HiveWire starter packs into CC3, the morphs are not foldered into a separate 'HiveWire' folder for easy access, could this be added so that we cam see HiveWire content in its own folder? 
(similar to how Tokomotion, Alemar Games, Alley Morphs, Digiography.Studio morphs are in their own folder...) 
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Actually, Tony, they ARE in their own folders (go to Full Body and you'll see them, at least on my system).

You can also edit them yourself, although it's a bit convoluted (you need to change them to a Custom slider by editing the filename and then you can edit and change them back -- this is actually MY biggest wishlist, is to allow the slider process to be a bit easier to edit even the supplied ones).



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