Motion Puppet doesn't install properly if custom path has a "dot" in it
I recently had a problem with Motion Puppet.
After re-installing iClone, I found that my Motion Puppet's controls were greyed out and not available.
Through Reallusion Support -- who received advice from Reallusion's technical wizards -- it was found that the problem was somehow caused because, upon re-installing, I specified a custom file path for iClone that included a "." (dot) in it (because one of my folders was named after one of my ".com" domains).
All the other functions of iClone -- which all followed the same custom path WITH the "." worked fine.
Question: Why is it that Motion Puppet can't handle a file path that has a dot in it?
Question: Is it possible in a future update to configure Motion Puppet so that it does not get tripped up by a "dot" in any custom file path?