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JoOngle
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Post by JoOngle » Sat Feb 28, 2004 12:38 am

Intrr

You know it's funny...I've used 3dstudio max for YEARS...and
must have been made out of patience :) of wich I have NONE :).

Now I can't even go back. Sometimes I go back to my max because
after all ...I've paid a fortune for it...and sometimes I take the
time to help other max users with their "how-do-I-do-this-and-that"
but...when I try to model like I used to...I find it bothersome
and SLOW...I have to click here and there just to get a few
extrudes and just to move around into the different windows.

I can't belive they've still NOT changed at least that. Oh well...

Blender have given me tons of new tools + free external renderers + hair :) wich I had to pay tons of money I dont have if I wanted
this in 3dstudio max.

THANK YOU Blender coders! You're my miracle on earth :)

/Tommy

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Post by zbgump » Sat Feb 28, 2004 4:57 pm

Joongle: This is a bit off topic and somewhat trivial, but you should fix the anti-aliasing on your links; they look really blocky and pixelated.

I'm only telling you this because your work is awesome, but those links are a distraction when viewing your site(at least for me :) ). I mean no offense.

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Post by JoOngle » Sat Feb 28, 2004 5:56 pm

zbgump wrote:Joongle: This is a bit off topic and somewhat trivial, but you should fix the anti-aliasing on your links; they look really blocky and pixelated.

I'm only telling you this because your work is awesome, but those links are a distraction when viewing your site(at least for me :) ). I mean no offense.
Thanks and I appreciate it ;)

Only problem is - they're auto-sizeable and therefore show some
pixels instead of beeing anti-aliasing. Any "html" code on how to
fix this with auto-sizeable gif's?

/Tommy

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Post by zbgump » Sat Feb 28, 2004 6:02 pm

Only problem is - they're auto-sizeable and therefore show some
pixels instead of beeing anti-aliasing. Any "html" code on how to
fix this with auto-sizeable gif's?
Why do you want the gifs to be resizeable? The frame they are in is set to 'noresize'.

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Post by JoOngle » Sat Feb 28, 2004 6:09 pm

Because I want the page to be viewable to maximum useabillity
at all screen resolutions instead of a small-window in the middle
of the screen. Try to resize your browser window..
..you'll see it resize the characters in "real-time" (at least I hope so) :)

/Tommy

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