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 From:  Michael Gibson
67.1 
Due to a translation by Jean-Claude COMPAN, the introductory documentation is now available in French: http://moi3d.com/beta/MoI_Introduction_French.htm .

Thank you Jean-Claude!

- Michael
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 From:  naxos
67.2 In reply to 67.1 
I guess every one knows what "Moi" means in french ?

it means "me", "myself"
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 From:  DaveW (EMTDAVE)
67.3 In reply to 67.2 
Hey, we got introduction docs in Japanese too - http://www.cadstorejapan.com/moi/index.php
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 From:  Frenchy Pilou (PILOU)
67.4 In reply to 67.2 

And if you read Mol ( MOL) that is in french "mol = mou" the same than "soft" ! :)
Astonished isn't it? :)

EDITED: 6 Sep 2006 by PILOU

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 From:  Michael Gibson
67.5 In reply to 67.2 
I was wondering how the name would seem to someone from France.

Does it seem strange, or is it ok?

One problem with the name is that there are many different pronunciations, I've heard people say "moi" as in the French, or spelled out as individual letters "Em - O - Eye", or as "moai".

I kind of prefer the latter, because that is also the name of those giant statues on Easter Island, so I thought that one of those makes for a nice logo with a sort of play on words.

- Michael
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 From:  Frenchy Pilou (PILOU)
67.6 In reply to 67.5 

In french "moi" sound like a "short flat sound" just -m' oi - (in english sound like inside whouah if exist )
Better if you ear it like "moy" more exotic sound for a frenchy exactly like in the english word "toy" :)
The only french word with this same sound is monoi (vegetal oil from Tahiti :)

But when a frenchy read moi he can't ear moi !)
So only the world celebrity will be make that :)
I make publicity for that ! Moy moy moy :)

Seems I can't write the i "dieresis" in the system of forum :(
so I had writed Moy for the sound :)

EDITED: 7 Sep 2006 by PILOU

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 From:  Thomas (SHAK)
67.7 

As pilou said, in french we read MoI : "moa"
Thats why i alwayz write MoI (for moment of inspiration)

For french ppl sounds pretty wird to say "i did it with moi"
"je l'ai fait avec moi" meaning "i did it with myself"

Anywayz its funny i think, i like it :)

i imagine a talk on a french forum:
Q:which software you used?
A:myself

>_<

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