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3 Dimensional Chat / Cartography Shop, Milkshape, and TruSpace..

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Lampton Worm
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Posted: 2nd Dec 2002 11:53
Hi there, does anyone know when the next release of this is due ? I need to be able to import other objects Also, the "no grid snap" stuff with MS is becoming a pain, (also, where do you see object sizes in pixels ?) .. so I'm thinking of making my objects in TruSpace (the free version) instead, is .cob to .x conversion easily available ? I only need to make basic shapes, but its very important I can see/edit the sizes easily with grid snap to make my job simpler i.e. make me a box 20x20x20..

Thanks

Cheers.
actarus
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Posted: 2nd Dec 2002 14:18
You may want to try TS3se since there's more tools in it...Actually,there are tools in it,yeah.

What I mean,someone prove me wrong please,is that TSx1 free edition has a good renderer,BUT lack low-polygon modeling tools...For instance,no welding or collapsing so if you import a model in it,you will see a seam between all faces so you'll have to do everything manually...Whenever possible though.

I'd use it if it weren't for that....

Still,you'll find it useful if all you want is a Grid Snap because there is one in it if I remember correctly plus,from what you may already know,the software runs like hell in a 32-bit environment.

Or maybe will Raven come and tell us where it is if there's any?

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JimB
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Posted: 2nd Dec 2002 20:19
In this month's 3DWorld magazine issue 33 they are giving away Truespace3.2,it can save .x files.

JimB

Shadow Robert
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Posted: 2nd Dec 2002 20:20

Well I'm not sure of a free trueSpace1, but I have a copy of trueSpace2 Pro which is free - I could upload as its only about 12mb...

the same interface as 3SE only you can edit the grid snaps, the face values - is actually a pretty sweet product with all the features in it that they left out of 3... and it exports 3DS so no problems with export issues
It should have everything you need, but i'll have to crack open my backup CD's box when i get home tonite

Not really any good for modelling but the Render engine i a pure deamon much better than most Max's and considerably quicker (especially raytracing)
If you like the demo, they oftenly do sell it for demo downloaders at a discount, oftenly 25% of the original price.

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JimB
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Posted: 3rd Dec 2002 20:23
I did'nt know of Truespace2 Pro,thought there was just
Truespace2.

JimB

Shadow Robert
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Posted: 4th Dec 2002 03:40
hehee I'm trying to find the blasted CD, not easi searching throu like 6cases full of CDs - gonna take me most of my afternoon, if i was inclined to actually do that for the after noon.

Yeah there is a Pro edition, not too different form Standard - just had some TSX plugins which enabled some better modelling.

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Lampton Worm
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Posted: 4th Dec 2002 10:47
Hey Raven, if you happen to stumble across the cd then great. A free version of TS2Pro sounds good I really like MilkShape but I need to bring order to chaos with my model sizes, quickly and easily. I even debated creating the shapes using plains/triangles in DBP then saving them out to obj.. would be a ton of work tho!

Cheers.
JimB
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Posted: 4th Dec 2002 20:53
Oh go on look it out for us folk that can't afford
expensive modeling software,I'm sure we'll all send
you a crate of virtual beer so you can get virtually
drunk this Xmas lol.

JimB

actarus
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Posted: 4th Dec 2002 23:23
I wanna play with it too nah!

Seriously,that'd be great for renders.

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Shadow Robert
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Posted: 5th Dec 2002 02:27
Oki well i've found a cover cd with ts2 standard... still pretty good thou (^_^)
I'll probably take it down once that guy gets TS3 up, because they are essentially hehee

There are 5 downloads i'm uploading now,
Disk 1 - 1.25Mbyte
Disk 2 - 1.37Mbyte trueSpace 2 itself
Disk 3 - 1.34Mbyte Intel 3DRender (optional install)
Disk 4 - 1.32Mbyte Video for Windows 1.1e (Win3.x)
Disk 5 - 1.19Mbyte WinG & Win32 (Win3.x)

don't bother with the last two downloads unless you want to use this on a Win 3.1 system
also it may not install on WinME ... not sure why but something the installation crashes on them.

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Shadow Robert
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Posted: 5th Dec 2002 02:58
http://members.lycos.co.uk/timesaga/ts2/Disk1.zip

http://members.lycos.co.uk/timesaga/ts2/Disk2.zip

http://members.lycos.co.uk/timesaga/ts2/Disk3.zip

http://members.lycos.co.uk/timesaga/ts2/Vfw11e.zip

http://members.lycos.co.uk/timesaga/ts2/Win32s.zip

Serial# 3200040030001
Doesn't matter who its registered to (^_^)

This is from the lovely peeps from Computer Shopper so, be sure to check out their actual magazine sometime hehee

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actarus
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Posted: 5th Dec 2002 04:33
Downloaded...Thanks.

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Incandescant
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Posted: 5th Dec 2002 18:11
the download links don't work for me
Lycos tells me I have to visit fmtauLabs main page and d'/l from there but the main page is kinda not ready for public eyes methinks

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Posted: 5th Dec 2002 21:56
same for me (links dont work)
i even tried right-clicking, etc & it still takes me to lycos....

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Shadow Robert
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Posted: 6th Dec 2002 08:13
yeah the site is down for maintainace for while (notice how all my siggy stuff is gone )

i kinda wish Lycos gave warnings before they did they, especially after i'd just fixxed the forums...
well when the piccies return then try again because they work fine tested each just before i linked them from 3machines

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Incandescant
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Posted: 6th Dec 2002 14:56
Raven I can see your asvatar and Gir but I still acn't d/l the stuff.
Same message

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actarus
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Posted: 6th Dec 2002 15:39
Give me your email,I'll send it to you.

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Shadow Robert
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Posted: 6th Dec 2002 20:22
Bastards seem'd to have taken out Hotlinkin'
This better be temporary or i'm gonna kick some labrodor ass!

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Incandescant
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Posted: 6th Dec 2002 20:27
my e-mail is disturbed_vasmpire@hotmail.com

Thanks

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actarus
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Posted: 7th Dec 2002 00:13
disturbed_vasmpire@hotmail.com

are you sure it's not

disturbed_vampire@hotmail.com ?

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actarus
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Posted: 7th Dec 2002 00:27
I hope hotmail accepts more than 6.97 megs because it's being sent right now.

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Shadow Robert
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Posted: 7th Dec 2002 00:55
hahaa it accepts it... but will complain like hell
that should give him ... ermm about 20messages saying his inbox is too full HAHAA

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Incandescant
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Posted: 7th Dec 2002 01:21
thatt's not funny dammit!!!!!!!!!!!
Your mean :p

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Incandescant
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Posted: 7th Dec 2002 01:23
by the way Actarus, I don't have the e-mail

woul you liek to try:-disturbed_vampire@lycos.co.uk??

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Shadow Robert
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Posted: 7th Dec 2002 01:23
ya know what'd be funnier... is if Act just sent it to the wrong email addy

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actarus
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Posted: 7th Dec 2002 01:39
I sent it to the first one you wrote

-disturbed_vasmpire@hotmail.com

I asked if it wasn't

disturbed_vampire@hotmail.com

Do you know you own e-mail lol but seriously I think my ISP is a bit slow on e-mail so you'll just have to wait...or was it really
disturbed_vasmpire@hotmail.com

So?

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actarus
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Posted: 7th Dec 2002 01:40
-ya know what'd be funnier... is if Act just sent it to the wrong email addy

I think I did.

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actarus
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Posted: 7th Dec 2002 01:41
Ok I'm re-sending it to

disturbed_vampire@lycos.co.uk

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Shadow Robert
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Posted: 7th Dec 2002 02:55
Oh man you guys give me hours of laughter

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actarus
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Posted: 7th Dec 2002 03:00
hehe wonder what the guy who received it thinks muhahaha

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Shadow Robert
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Posted: 7th Dec 2002 03:05
ROFLMFAO ... yup between you and the girls here, i swear i never stop laughin' all day (^_^)

God i love my creative mind, suddenly have this mental image of some norman no friends looking though his inbox...
"6Mb WTF!? what the hell is trueSpace2!? who's this actarus fella!"
hahaaa

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actarus
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Posted: 7th Dec 2002 04:39
lol

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Epidemicz
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Posted: 7th Dec 2002 07:06
huk......what is on disk one? lol

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Epidemicz
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Posted: 7th Dec 2002 07:23
grrr...I got the first file, but I would like the second and third . Anyone wanna help?

epidemicz@myrealbox.com.

Thanks

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Shadow Robert
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Posted: 7th Dec 2002 22:41
lol guess i shoulda probably done this earlier eh

http://members.lycos.co.uk/timesaga/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=27

Sorry for any inconvience

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