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

- LEON - leon4you at gmail.com
Fri Mar 15 07:51:22 CET 2013

You're really researching on code there? Wow, what can I say, good luck.

Btw, I bet Shift A is what you want, which was always for
adding contents at that "ancient golden" time.

There's no such manual available any longer, I'm afraid. But you can try
type and click everything and everywhere. That must have so much fun.  If
you insist.

On Thu, Mar 14, 2013 at 1:04 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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Leon Cheung
a.k.a. 老猫
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