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sean hargreaves
07-21-2008, 05:18 PM
Hey guys,

Does F-Prime not render motion blur??

MooseDog
07-21-2008, 09:20 PM
it's! in! the! manual!

F!Prime!Manual! (http://www.worley.com/E/Products/fprime/man_rendering.html)

confusingly presented in english:help:

sean hargreaves
07-21-2008, 09:29 PM
Im glad we have a forum here to ask questions.............

MooseDog
07-21-2008, 10:09 PM
:D

QnA (http://www.kolumbus.fi/erkki.halkka/LWFAQ/Smart_Q_01.html)


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cheers :beerchug:

sean hargreaves
07-21-2008, 11:09 PM
Did you say something Moosedog?

I think you mistakenly read my e-mail..........a nice message asking a straightforward question, but it appears it was'nt for you, it was for helpful people to answer it. But don't worry, it was answered by someone else.

MooseDog
07-22-2008, 12:12 AM
..........a nice message asking a straightforward question.....

:agree:, absolutely! 100%. preaching to the choir :D.

an honest, cheerful, sincere question....that demonstrates either:

an inability or refusal to


Try to find an answer by reading the manual.

and

Try to find an answer by reading the FAQ's.

and

Try to find an answer by searching the Web.


sorta like asking...............


FPRime alpha layer.....where is it?


How do I get FPrime into LW?


Fprime, just downloaded it, how do I get it into LW?


New polygon is dark, why?


Adding a point to a spline!


Saving renders-what to save as??


Band saw won't go around corners?


Ies??


Spline patch?


clipping!


Sub-surface scattering!


Skytracer!


Texture templates!


Ground go away!


Edge loop?

:hat:

sean hargreaves
07-22-2008, 10:15 AM
Yaaawwnnnnn.............

Sniff........sniffff.........ooohhhh thats smelly............Moosepig, are you still here???

Actually, for the record, I never asked about Skytracer, I condemned it..........so pin that to your collar!!! :D

sean hargreaves
07-22-2008, 10:20 AM
...and, you don't have to be nasty about my questioning just because you don't want to answer it. You also don't have to read my threads. And you also don't have to be part of this forum.

I've read my share of manuals, but there are stages, like this past week, where I need 1) a break from manual reading, and 2) answers quick.

No one has to answer my questions, but there have been a lot that have, and I've always thanked people for it. I never take anyone on these forums for granted, as I've learned a bundle here.

So, lets end it at that, please stop attacking me. If you look at any of my image posts you'll see I am trying, and I am making headway.

Thanks!

MooseDog
07-22-2008, 11:08 AM
...and, you don't have to be nasty about my questioning just because you don't want to answer it. You also don't have to read my threads. And you also don't have to be part of this forum.

I've read my share of manuals, but there are stages, like this past week, where I need 1) a break from manual reading, and 2) answers quick.

No one has to answer my questions, but there have been a lot that have, and I've always thanked people for it. I never take anyone on these forums for granted, as I've learned a bundle here.

So, lets end it at that, please stop attacking me. If you look at any of my image posts you'll see I am trying, and I am making headway.

Thanks!

done and :agree:.

i know i'm paraphrasing, but i'm certain of the author: it was mark twain who once wrote that one of the highest aspirations of man is the skill and ability to agree to disagree, and down a few pints over it :beerchug:. i'm far! from perfect, but i know what to aspire to :).

cheers

-robin

CC Rider
07-22-2008, 11:45 AM
There now...
Isn't that better?
I love it when we all play nice!

:D