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 From:  Frenchy Pilou (PILOU)
6706.15 In reply to 6706.14 
Appetizing! :)
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 From:  kevjon
6706.16 
Great tutorial Mike.
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 From:  Frenchy Pilou (PILOU)
6706.17 
French Translation definitely done! :)

http://moiscript.weebly.com/poecircle-en-fonte.html
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 From:  Mike K4ICY (MAJIKMIKE)
6706.18 
The traduction dans le fran├žais looks great Pilou! :-)

I only regret not declaring metric measurements as well.
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 From:  Frenchy Pilou (PILOU)
6706.19 In reply to 6706.18 
No problem, that is showing possibilities of differents units! :)
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 From:  Lordfox
6706.20 
nice tutorial ;) nice that you use also verve ;)

thanks ... ;)
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 From:  Mike K4ICY (MAJIKMIKE)
6706.21 In reply to 6706.20 
Thanks! :-)
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 From:  Mike K4ICY (MAJIKMIKE)
6706.22 
Aw, heck yah!!

http://www.core77.com/blog/food/uk_rocket_scientist_designs_hyper-efficient_cookware_27302.asp#more
http://www.lakeland.co.uk/brands/flare



It's the Flare with Fin-X (not to be confused with Finex) Technology from a company called Lakeland.

The heat sink built into the bottom of these pans are designed to better transfer rising heat while better ducting the heat along the pan's surface.
Hopefully the inside surface is smooth, because I imagine it would be a nightmare to clean burnt food from inside of those grooves.

It's worth a model.
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 From:  ed (EDDYF)
6706.23 In reply to 6706.22 
Mike - You're the master modeler of household appliances.

It's a proven fact that everything works better when you add fins. Everything.

Now, I'm going down to the junkyard, get out my welder, and make a set of new pans for my wife.





I love the smell of coffee and brake fluid in the morning!

Ed
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 From:  Metin Seven (SEVENSHEAVEN)
6706.24 
Great tutorial, Mike, thanks a lot for sharing.

Now that I know more about MoI's tools and workflow than in my early months, I really have to go through all of the tutorials on your site again. Very educational.
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 From:  Mike K4ICY (MAJIKMIKE)
6706.25 
You're welcome. :-) Enjoy!
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 From:  Rich (-RB-)
6706.26 
Mike - mighty!

Which UI settings are you using? Enjoying that blue...

Cheers,

- Rich
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 From:  Ronamodeler (RON_A)
6706.27 In reply to 6706.26 
You know, Rich...I didn't pay much attention to that before, but it is a great look.
Do tell, Mike! :-)
Ron
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 From:  Mike K4ICY (MAJIKMIKE)
6706.28 
Thanks! ;-)

Your UI colors can be set in the .ini file.
Here are some examples listed under [view]: (Also within the View and Grid panels in the Options)

BackgroundColor=68,89,96
LockedObjectsColor=150,171,175
SurfaceColorMode=ByStyle
SurfaceFixedColor=192,192,192
EdgeColorMode=Darkened
EdgeFixedColor=187,187,187
EdgeLightenFactor=0.0
EdgeDarkenFactor=0.32
CurveColorMode=ByStyle
CurveFixedColor=0,0,0
LineUnselectedColor=0,0,0
LineSelectedColor=0,255,250
SurfaceUnselectedColor=255,245,245
SurfaceUnselectedTransitionColor=208,255,255
SurfaceSelectedTransitionColor=128,255,250
SurfaceSelectedColor=0,239,235

You can also tweak the aspects of each grid element.

My wife had this cool plastic cutting pad for crafts. It had a grid and a dark color scheme which I went for.
Since Moi's default objects are neutral-to-light shades, a darker background shows them up better.

As for the selected lines, Yellow has always been my least favorite color (yuk!) - so it had to go. ;-)
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 From:  Ronamodeler (RON_A)
6706.29 In reply to 6706.28 
You are a gentleman, Mike. Thank you.
And your tutorials have been invaluable. You always make them interesting and fun.
Bets,
Ron
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 From:  Rich (-RB-)
6706.30 
Cheers!

- Rich
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Message 6706.31 deleted 20 Jul 2018 by MICHAEL GIBSON

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 From:  nameless
6706.32 
Mike's Tutorials should be stickied somewhere. They are so well written and eye opening! So here is a necro of an old thread out of respect :)
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 From:  futagoza (STEFAN)
6706.33 
Hi,

you may check the resources section:

http://moi3d.com/resources

There you will find a link to his site and his tutorials.

Regards
Stefan
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