[Bf-education] Looking for blender manual v1.5
magick.crow at gmail.com
Fri Mar 15 08:02:57 CET 2013
How about the way back machine?
On Fri, Mar 15, 2013 at 7:51 AM, - LEON - <leon4you at gmail.com> wrote:
> 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:
>> 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
>> Appreciate any help!
>> Regards, Darius
>> Bf-education mailing list
>> Bf-education at blender.org
> Leon Cheung
> a.k.a. 老猫
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