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  Re: Shifting the anmation time line  
From: Arne Kleinophorst
Date: 21 Feb 2008 16:41:31
Thank you, Thomas.

I just do my bit to keep Moray alive. I think there is some great 
potential in there and i just can't get used to Blender. So i'm still 
sticking with moray which i first got as a dos-version in 1993 on an 
english PC-Mag while being on vacation. Hmm, the good ol' times...

Arne

Thomas de Groot schrieb:
> "CharlesM" <nomail@nomail> schreef in bericht 
> news:web.47bc51add6bf0e2141d1e2d30@news.povray.org...
>> Guys,
>>
>> Thank you very much for your kinds words of support.  It is encouraging to 
>> see
>> that this group is still supported.  I love Moray and registered a few 
>> years
>> ago and still use it from time to time.
>>
>> Strange solution . . . . but i went out and bought myself a new high spec 
>> mouse.
>> .. . and then mannualy moved the key frames on the animation bar!  It 
>> didn't
>> actually take that long.  The new nmouse was more ergonomic, had 
>> programmable
>> buttons and made me feel a whole lot better!
>>
>> Generally I work on short pieces of animation no longer than 10 seconds 
>> (mini
>> advert logo display size and so 300 frames is typical).
>>
>> So when you've got a mundane job to do . . . . spend some money . . . feel 
>> good
>> and get on with it ha ha
>>
>> anyway thanks a bundle!
>>
>>
> 
> All the credit goes to Arne :-)
> 
> We hold the fort until a new Moray sees the light under the POV-Ray version 
> 4 sun.
> 
> Thomas
> 
>


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