"RAM" <nomail@nomail> schreef in bericht
> "Thomas de Groot" <tDOTdegroot@interDOTnlANOTHERDOTnet> wrote:
>> Indeed, it is. And a new version of Moray of course, in due time...
> I am glad to hear this. Just my two cents... I think Moray is an excellent
> modeler... so good in fact that I prefer it to any other I have ever
> tried. My
> favorite Moray features not found in other modelers include the
> alt/ctrl/shift-click for panning, zooming, and selecting, ctrl-d for
> duplicating an object complete with transformations, the ability to enter
> numerical values for scaling, rotation, and translation, a highly
> materials editor, and my favorite, a hands-on real time bezier editor!
Well, I am really biased towards modellers like Wings3D and Silo2 these
days, but Moray is unique in that it works so close with POV-Ray and offers
indeed some unique features. My own favourite is the material editor
although that does not implement entirely all POV-Ray possibilities. I
certainly hope that at least will be corrected in the future version of
> Moray rules! Can I volunteer to beta-test the new version? If so, email
> me. I
> used to beta-test both Moray and Povray a decade or more ago and I am sure
> could help a little. Let me know.
Chris Cason, in an earlier thread here, has asked for Moray programmers. I
think that beta testing is not yet to be expected, but I am sure that when
the time comes Chris will ask here for volunteers. I am certainly one too.
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