A while back I was looking for a way to export / load Models in XNA for animations. I took the advice from a comment, and tried using the "SkinnedModelProcessor" he linked me to. It worked great at home, but at school, I can't seem to get XNA to acknowledge that I have a custom pipeline in the solution. I've added the references to both the content project and the main project, but no luck. When I compile the example, Visual Studio complains that the content processor can't be found. When using my own project, Visual Studio doesn't have the custom Pipeline Processor as an option. When using the example, "SkinnedModelProcessor" is the value in the fields, but if I click on the combobox, that option isn't there, and VS still complains. Obviously this is a problem with how Visual Studio is configured, but I have absolutely no clue what I should do about it. Any suggestions guys? I guess I could build the code for animations at home, and not worry about it at school, but that sounds like the easy way out.
Some notes that are probably worth mentioning: * Any settings that I apply are reset when I log out. * Any changes to the C drive are reset when the computer shuts down. * The project is stored on a network location, which has caused problems in the past, evidently. ( Although, I personally don't know what these problems would include ).