[Bf-committers] new UV test grid

Roger Wickes rogerwickes at yahoo.com
Fri Mar 26 17:06:35 CET 2010

I think there is a compromise here, where someone was
working on a library for Blender, to be distributed with the install. 
The oldLibrary script was a BIG step in the right direction, and the effort
to make a set of settings for procedural, I am sure, could be expanded
to include a stock set of images in the various categories (UV Test grid
falls into the Abstract category). At the least, we can fold them into the
material lib distro that is already available thru Blender.org (that old one
about 8 years old but is still just as useful). 


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From: Paolo Ciccone <phciccone at gmail.com>
To: bf-blender developers <bf-committers at blender.org>
Sent: Fri, March 26, 2010 11:57:58 AM
Subject: Re: [Bf-committers] new UV test grid

Campbell, sorry for belaboring this point but this issue brings up a major
point about Blender. There is a difference about what can be done: "Anyone
can add a python extension", and what should be done to improve usability of
Blender. We know that the level of user-friendliness of Blender is its major
criticism. We all know how to use Blender, how to add textures, write Python
scripts etc. This is not about how easy or hard is, for developers, to
dosomething  but how friendly Blender is "out of the box" for the average


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