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Old 03-07-2005, 12:42 AM   #1
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Hey,, start making Mel videos.
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You really want to watch someone coding for 3 hours or so? :p

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Well. When you put it that way,, No..lol but maybe a few 10-15 minute videos on how to make pop up windows and buttons, things that would shine light on how to create tools to use. Just a thought.
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Originally posted by kbrown
You really want to watch someone coding for 3 hours or so? :p
Would be just as exciting as watching someone layout UV for 3 or for hours

I know one of the other Tutorial sites has a video on Mels.

I still have heaps to learn about Modelling, UVs, Texturing, Lighting, Rendering, Animating etc So Mel scripts are still a while away for me

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Unfortunately, I never really use mel in my work... very rarely do I find a need for it.
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Right on,, I was just thinking how cool it would be to make a window to put things into like a CPS tool box style thingy

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Picked up your book Mike,, diging it,, like the sword swing FX:attn:
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