CubeSurfer addon download

To download the latest version of this addon:

Note:
v0.9 work with python 3.3 and need Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributable 2012
v0.95 work with python 3.4 and need Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributable 2012
v1.0 work with python 3.5 and need Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributable 2015

 

Windows ( need Microsoft Windows Visual Studio 2012 Redistributable ):

(0.9 version tested with official Blender 2.73 release)
(0.9 version tested with official Blender 2.73 release)
(0.95 version tested with official Blender 2.74 release)
(0.95 version tested with official Blender 2.74 release)
(1.0 version tested with official Blender 2.77 release)
(1.0 version tested with official Blender 2.77 release)

Linux:

(0.9 version tested with official Blender 2.73 release)
(0.9 version tested with official Blender 2.73 release)
(0.95 version tested with official Blender 2.74 release)
(0.95 version tested with official Blender 2.74 release)
(1.0 version tested with official Blender 2.77 release)
(1.0 version tested with official Blender 2.77 release)

Mac OSX:

(0.9 version tested with official Blender 2.73 release)
Thanks to a user to compile this osx 64bit version for me!

NOTE: Cannot compile OSX version myself after many attempt to install a osx virtual machine. Source of the code available here for thoses want compile it : https://github.com/Pyroevil/CubeSurfer

Install this addon is really simple and is installed like any addon:

  1. Download the zip file in a temporary folder.
  2. Open Blender and go in File , User Preferences … and Addons tab
  3. Click on “install from file…” button in the bottom of this panel
  4. Browse where you previously save the zip file and select it.
  5. Push button “install from file…”
  6. Now in the addons tab you can find ” Object: Molecular script” and check it to activate.
  7. Click “save user settings” if you want it be loaded every time you open Blender.

After this steps , if you create a particles systems on an object , you see in the bottom of the particles tab this new panel.

Alternate installation:

  1. Go in “[your blender installation folder]\2.6x\scripts\addons”
  2. Unzip the folder “molecular” here
  3. now you have “[your blender installation folder]\2.66\scripts\addons\molecular\” folder with “_init_.py” and “molecular.so or molecular.pyd” in it.
  4. If you run Blender , you can see “molecular script” in the Addons tabs like description below at step 6 and 7.

Beta rough documentation available here to startup.