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    Banned-ed-er-ing WMLeeBo's Avatar
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    My first Plasma tut. Check it out under the tut section of my FTP site.

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    bad link

    That footer link you have crashes my machine! I suggest you remove it, I'm running windows 2000.
    ~dev

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    Lol, the sever closes after after 9 o'clock central time. And as for removing it. NEVER.

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    well, the server must be offline ;(

    but how the h*** can a ftp-link crash ur os ???

    hehe, no afence but im also running win2k and
    nothing crashes m8... u better check ur sys


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    didn't crash my win2k machine. it did take forever to connect to it though.

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    Hey gerb,

    It it really slow?


    I haven't worked out all the bugs. I have a 3,500 kbps connection. I will see what I can do.

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    same kind of connect as me.

    slow? yes.

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    My bad, sorry.
    I guess the timeout crashed me the first time because I was taxing my system resources bigtime when I tried your link. The second time I tried it I never let it time out and assumed it would crash again because it was taking so long to load.

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    Just to let you know, the View shape command will snap to and track the view to the shape you have selected. If you have more than one shape you can select between them and the view will center and snap to the new shape. A shape is not a "Primitive" it is just a spline that can be either open or closed that can be used to loft, extrude, rotate to create either a polygon or nurbs surface. Hope that helps you out with the tut. Regards, Bill

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    Thanks Bill,

    I will add it right away. You know, Its nice to see that some people are helpful.

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    Damn cool. Can't wait to get into this stuff!

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    Have fun?

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