William F Pokorny <ano### [at] anonymousorg> wrote:
> On 12/12/2016 11:43 AM, Mr wrote:
> > Hi,
> > Since it was suggested in the POV-Ray Google Trends discussion thread by several
> > persons, and even though it doesn't feel right, I post the default Blender file
> > for POV-Ray users who want to learn Blender in this section (hoping we will one
> > day have a Blender section or that this one will include the software name in
> > its title along Moray)
> > This file has been requested in the above discussion. You can make it the
> > default file right after opening it by pressing CTRL+U and saving the defaults.
> > It is oriented to texture writing with a big text file open so that you don't
> > feel lost when coming from POV background without the habit of a GUI.
> > The 3D view can be rotated with middle mouse, and returned to Camera by Numpad 0
> > The render is launched with F12.
> > Any shortcut will act depending on the window currently under the mouse.
> > Try to change the text and hit F12 to see if this UI layout is ok for you to
> > develop textures. Otherwise, please, report back any change you would want to
> > see so you can start learning Blender with our help.
> > A copy of the file is also temporarily hosted here for 5 months :
> > http://pasteall.org/blend/index.php?id=44655
> > Thanks for your attention and enjoy!
> FYI - I've updated the POV-Ray Wikipedia page with respect the blender
> interface efforts. I pointed folks to:
> If there is a better introduction page, please let me know.
> I didn't see a specific reference to this POV specific workspace page on
> that opening page - perhaps one there too would be good?
> Bill P.
Thanks, this is the best entry point indeed !
I think it should also be mentioned into POVRay wiki itself if you guys agree.
Maybe if I can I will add the pov workspace file to blender wiki though I'm not
sure they will accept one more attachment other than images.
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