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

Darius Blaszyk dhkblaszyk at zeelandnet.nl
Fri Mar 15 18:50:57 CET 2013

Hi All,

Thanks for the help so far. I've managed to ad the strip as desired. I'm pretty used to the 2.6 interface now which does not require me to use so much shortcuts anymore. Now there's a welcome improvement over v1.7!  :)

Regarding the manual, for sure it would be nice to have this manual in the chest folder for future reference. The code is amazing (yes even the ancient version), hopefully Ton allows to put the manual there so the heritage is preserved.

Regards, Darius

On Mar 15, 2013, at 4:49 PM, Carsten Wartmann wrote:

> Am 14.03.2013 18:39, schrieb John Nyquist:
>> 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.
> I would sell my kids for food but not my manual! ;-) Just kidding.
> I think the 1.5 manual was never released on the net. I still have the 
> text only version (Tons original texts) because I did edit the 1.5 
> manual back in time. Maybe Ton steps in, probably Riff Raff can give the 
> rights to publish it, would habe been a nice thing for the Blender birthday.
> For the sequencer. I think it worked basically the same as nowadays, 
> Shift-A to add a strip?
> I think the 2.2 Manual was released CC, maybe you can find this, this 
> was the start for the Wiki.
> Carsten
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