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  Re: How to export moray scene to povray so it is editable in povray  
From: M a r c
Date: 19 Feb 2010 12:32:56
"BillF" <h_h### [at] verizonnet> a écrit dans le message de news: 
web.4b7e7eb9e66176b63c5dab4e0@news.povray.org...
>
> Hi, Thomas
>
> Where would I find the "DirectCode" plugin, and how easy is it to install 
> and
> use. I too have used Moray and Povray for years, but that came to a 
> crashing
> halt when I was forced to start using Vista. It has been at least 5 years 
> since
> using these programs, and I'm finding it difficult to reaquaint myself 
> with the
> ins and outs of them.
>
> Thanks for giving me a hint as to what to do
> Bill
>
I guess Thomas meant Luis Gomes' InsertCode plugin.
You can find it on the Moray plugin page : 
http://www.stmuc.com/moray/meplugin.html
Just unzip it in the Moray installation plugins folder

Direct code is a feature of the material editor.
It appears nearly at the bottom of the 'create new material' list.
You can write complex materials in SDL in the (NARROW >_< !!!) edit window.


Marc


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