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 From:  Michael Gibson
931.37 
Ok, an update to the documentation is available here:
http://moi3d.com/beta/moi_command_reference2.zip (1.7MB)

This still isn't quite finalized yet, but it is getting pretty close. All the topics are filled in now.

This is for the reference section of the documentation that gives details about each command individually.

If you think anything major is missing please let me know!

- Michael
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 From:  Frenchy Pilou (PILOU)
931.38 In reply to 931.37 
Seems the end of the run :)
Just a detail
Seems it's better to keep an unity to all the doc !
So something like this seems better :)

and an another part to translate for the fun :)
PS have you made some changments in the first part except the 0.005 or add commands?
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EDITED: 25 Sep 2007 by PILOU

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 From:  Michael Gibson
931.39 In reply to 931.38 
> So something like this seems better :)

That does look better, thank you Pilou!


> PS have you made some changments in the first part except the 0.005 or add commands?

Let's see, it looks like changes to the first part were just that 0.005 and also the two-distance section of chamfer. But I still have not done a complete proofreading yet, there still may be a few things edited in it - it is not quite finalized yet.

The docs are actually generated from an XML file which may be easier to edit for a translation since it is a bit more streamlined than the HTML. After it is finalized I can send you the XML and the script file for building the HTML, and you can see if you like that method better or not.

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 From:  Frenchy Pilou (PILOU)
931.40 In reply to 931.39 
Ok seems clear :)
Now I have no problem of manipulation :)

For the text in general as the paragraphes are not too long I put only one sentence by line, it's more clear and airy :)
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EDITED: 25 Sep 2007 by PILOU

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 From:  tyglik
931.41 In reply to 931.37 
>>If you think anything ... is missing please let me know!

Maybe some mention of using Esc key to deselect objects, hide control points and cancel a command....

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 From:  Michael Gibson
931.42 In reply to 931.41 
Good idea Petr. I was just thinking where to mention it, maybe under Shortcut keys, and maybe also under Deselect all and Show Pts.

It will also probably be mentioned in the introduction section which will have sort of an overview of how commands work in general.

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 From:  Frenchy Pilou (PILOU)
931.43 
About the command Align for Points
Seems you must add in the text for 'Vertical mirror' there is a crease when the 2 last points are not align
because when you make a symmetry along the 2 last points(not horizontal aligned) there is no crease :)
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 From:  Michael Gibson
931.44 In reply to 931.43 
Hi Pilou, I've added a note in there to clarify this, it will now read:
"An example of aligning control points in preparation for mirroring around the vertical axis."

Thanks,
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 From:  Frenchy Pilou (PILOU)
931.45 In reply to 931.44 
:) Now no possible confusion :)
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 From:  Frenchy Pilou (PILOU)
931.46 
In the command Transform / Array /Circular we can read
"This can be used to create sprial type patterns"
I suppose that is spiral :)
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 From:  Michael Gibson
931.47 In reply to 931.46 
Thanks Pilou, yup that was supposed to be spiral - fixed now!

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 From:  Frenchy Pilou (PILOU)
931.48 
About the Helpers lines seems you must add a little line before the use of the little marker :)
for say that you can use the Numeric Calculator for Distance and Angle box
This distance will block the helpers lines next point along it, and angles will makes steps rotations around the first point clicked+drag with angle input it.
Some powerlful indeed!

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EDITED: 30 Sep 2007 by PILOU

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