New edgeloop and faceloop selection. Small tute

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New edgeloop and faceloop selection. Small tute

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http://www.letwory.net/tutes/edgefaceloops.htm

I was testing out Wink, so I thought why not show right away how to use the new edgeloops and faceloops?

/Nathan

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Re: New edgeloop and faceloop selection. Small tute

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jesterKing wrote:http://www.letwory.net/tutes/edgefaceloops.htm

I was testing out Wink, so I thought why not show right away how to use the new edgeloops and faceloops?

/Nathan
pleasant. th workflow is already 100 time bettew than 2.34,but i supposed it can still be improved, as always

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Post by matt_e »

Good demo! One minor nitpick is that you should probably mention the edit mode undo key as Ctrl Z, since that's the accepted standard one now :)

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Great!

Post by Helmuti_pdorf »

I like Wink anyway and have done a lot with it.

Perhaps a "back" button would be helpfull, if any question comes for the "before" picture(frame).

My tutorials of an other application are overloaded now on every Picture with Cursors, a lot of info-Text-windows, "goto" Buttons and so on....

Again: good flash-movie, I learned a lot again about new blender functions...

kind regards
Hlemuti
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cheers jesterKing, I like him ^^

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Post by razvandit »

please telll me where do i find those buttons for point/edge/face select
are them in 2.34?????????????pleaseeeeee

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Post by jesterKing »

Look for any recent cvs build in the Testing Builds forum. Or have one with most recent date from http://www.letwory.net/cvsbuilds

/Nathan

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Post by razvandit »

thank you !!!!!!!!!!!!! but what does cvs mean? is the blender program ...like an unoficial release?

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Post by jesterKing »

CVS means for users that it is an unofficial build, showing the current progress of the development. New features are often not finalised in these builds. A CVS build is meant as a 'development tool': users can test and give feedback, so developers can improve features. Using these builds, and giving accurate reports on problems helps us a lot.

/Nathan

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Post by razvandit »

thank you very much.this is good to know.and the new select modes are
something that i had expecting for long time.Very good tools.

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Post by razvandit »

this application Wink is very useful.

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