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    Writing plug-ins for LightWave


    might still be of interest to some,

    how to create .p plugins... >
    http://lw9sdk.tribbeck.com/html/index.html


    Ernie Wright,
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    A lot of the links are dead.
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    yes, unfortunately some are, mainly it's the ones on the right side of the intro page...

    i think the others are ok... (?)
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    Didn't check them all. But if someone was relying on this page for resource help they're going to get discouraged.
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    No need to use that page.

    That is exactly the documentation included with the LightWave SDK. And in the page is for LW 9, so is not up to date.
    David

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    ah...

    that's very good, maybe NT should post that info here and make it a sticky,
    this way people who wants to get into creating .p plugins have a good start point.

    thank you for informing... \ :]

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    A bit late with my answer, but just wanted to tell you that each time you install a version of LW, all these SDK files are installed with it. Look in your install directory under sdk.

    creacon

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