[Bf-education] Looking for blender manual v1.5

John Nyquist john.nyquist at gmail.com
Thu Mar 14 18:39:06 CET 2013

I downloaded several of the old versions a few years ago out of curiosity.
I was surprised at how much of Blender's "feel" was existent in the early
version as well as some of the functionality still being the same, and I
was impressed that they ran on my system. Maybe one of the old timer's here
has a manual or perhaps could give you some of the steps.

John R. Nyquist
Nyquist Art + Logic
http://AstraItinera.com/ <http://astraitinera.com/>

On Wed, Mar 13, 2013 at 11:04 AM, Darius Blaszyk
<dhkblaszyk at zeelandnet.nl>wrote:

> Hi,
> Just for fun I'm looking at blender 1.60 (1.60 win executable and 1.72
> sources) atm. I know, I know! What's he doing with this ancient piece of
> software you might think. Well turns out that blender core did not change
> much over time and I'm playing with the sources to get a deeper
> understanding of blender of the pre-"everything included" era. However I
> cannot work out how the sequence editor works. It's driving me crazy at
> this point. So therefore I was wondering if someone has a ebook/scanned
> copy of the 1.5 manual (I'll pay for it of course) that I could get my
> hands on. Or at least help me figure out how to add a strip to the sequence
> editor.
> Appreciate any help!
> Regards, Darius
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