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Old 02-12-2009, 03:17 AM   #1
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Question Online Tutorial and Working Maya at same time????

Hi Friends....

Is there any way to bring online tutorials in maya ?

Im learning maya from online tutorials.
Some posted there suggestions and queries in maya. That post contain online tutorial in left side of the screen. Its not seperate window. Its inside maya.

I dont want to confuse anybody.
I want to learn online tutorial and practice in maya at same time.

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How to bring Online tutorial inside Maya?
( I use Maya 8.5 )
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Old 02-12-2009, 06:27 AM   #2
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in this page u got the solution(Maya's Integrated Web Browser)
http://srv01.simply3dworld.com/showt...threadid=15467
but I did not got that option in maya,
look on this page also
http://srv01.simply3dworld.com/showt...rowser+in+maya
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Hi....

Can anyone pls tell me whether web browser in maya available or not ?

Having a reference online tutorial and modelling that at the same time....
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According to one of those threads, maya used to have an integrated web browser but does not anymore (with recent versions). So I would ignore the fact that those tutorials could be in maya itself, and just use a separate window. Won't make too much difference that I can see.
Alt-tab, or if you can find a cheap second monitor, it works wonders.
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Originally posted by stwert

Alt-tab, or if you can find a cheap second monitor, it works wonders.
Agreed, I use a hand me down Dell 1800FP (18") from work, not a bad little monitor for £0! It's even got an S-IPS panel!

Maya on the main screen, tutorial, outliner, graph editor and render window on the other. Is also very handy when doing texture maps!

-Jacques
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