It can draw but they won't release it for public consumption without said public having the entire database on subscription service.
So there's the problem. According to the guides I can readily use them and while I have been trying to I have only got it to spoof other images under its own brushsets and not actually generate them. I'm stumped to be honest.
You want to know how much bs that it is? A company problem could just release the scripts and auto-installers to handle this but they don't care. They want you to break your brain on mountains of program descrapancy checks to get it to work.
Currently I am running a VM to do this but like a dumbass I cant elevate the permissions to see if it even works. Then there is hardware problems that aren't compliant to the original setup. I would have to reboot my machine and start from scratch, which I basically have done.
Then Installing a Free-Ware Operating system to even load. A program that runs on some repository of folders that have to be force-fed on installs (VMWARE snapshots suck ass too once they are up) Mainly because Windows complicates things with Adminster Settings (its a huge road block FOR REGULAR USERS).
Now that you get past that to see if you can load an operating system for Linux/Ubuntu ETC. You have todownload the source files and the repository systems for other ease of access. So that you can emulate the onboard Virtualization that is to take place with your GPU (being run with VMWARE or not, it will still need to have "access rights to virualization on your own BIOS).
So once you figure out how to do even that you finally need to install the licenses and compatibilities for the thing to even run on the "Machine" which by the time you do that you are either 3 layers deep into using OperatingSystems/VirtualMachines and Modules+ThirdParty for it to be loaded just at all.Post too long. Click here to view the full text.