Does this method apply to a Mac?Gwentiv wrote:Well you just tip the files into your Scripts folder, launch our favorite soft, open a "scripts" window and here they are, under "theme" to be found.
Then save your UI with the new theme. (Save Default Setting)
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- Fri Mar 02, 2007 2:06 am
- Forum: Interface & Tools
- Topic: Steps to making 3D objects in Blender.
- Replies: 3
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Hello gang. I'm recently trying to make a Nissan 350z using Blender, but I think i've done a couple of things wrong. First, I put a blueprint of a 350z as a backround image so I could put some lines down, but the "lines" I used were NURBS Curves. I don't think this is the right tool to use, and I do...
I have iMAC20 too! It's nice mashine! And the better way - is go to MacPro later - near 9-12 month. I think Pro will be with 2x4thread processors!!! A?!!! No doubt. Your iMac has most of the latest technology in it, and it would suck to have to lose that for an almost useless upgrade. Whenever you ...
Hey thanks alot. I've been looking at that link before, very interesting stuff. I'm looking at peoples finished projects. Amazing...I hope I can do that someday.stiv wrote:Welcome aboard, matey.
Here is a link to all sorts of Blendy goodness:
Hello people! I'm sure you don't like newbie questions, but hey, I've gotta ask some. I just downloaded and started looking at the Blender application, and it looks very interesting. I'm using it on my Mac mini, and even with the whimpy graphics, it does way better than I expected. Anyways, I'm 14 y...