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From: Stephen McAvoy
Subject: Re: [Tribute] Gilles Tran Bookshelves
Date: 25 Oct 2003 10:24:17
Message: <as1lpvghvtnl4d2bkdf0rb1o1sdjk8f28r@4ax.com>
On Sat, 25 Oct 2003 15:49:07 +0200, "Marc Jacquier" <jac### [at] wanadoofr>
wrote:

>What do you think of these easy bookshelves

That InsertCode plugin is really handy. The library looks nice and will make a
good backdrop as long as the final room does not look too cluttered (IMO).
Regards
        Stephen


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From: Marc Jacquier
Subject: Re: [Tribute] Gilles Tran Bookshelves
Date: 25 Oct 2003 10:58:51
Message: <3f9a8fab$1@news.povray.org>
Oh yes I was remembering Christmas at my grand-parents who gathered a
lifefull of furnitures, paints, objects and whose room were really cluttered
:)
Now it could be seen  only in the mirror above the fireplace.

Marc

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> On Sat, 25 Oct 2003 15:49:07 +0200, "Marc Jacquier"
<jac### [at] wanadoofr>
> wrote:
>
> >What do you think of these easy bookshelves
>
> That InsertCode plugin is really handy. The library looks nice and will
make a
> good backdrop as long as the final room does not look too cluttered (IMO).
> Regards
>         Stephen


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From: Stephen McAvoy
Subject: Re: [Tribute] Gilles Tran Bookshelves
Date: 25 Oct 2003 12:17:58
Message: <5h8lpv8408f18cpg1h0fdqn2qgsiuujf7i@4ax.com>
On Sat, 25 Oct 2003 17:00:21 +0200, "Marc Jacquier" <jac### [at] wanadoofr>
wrote:

>Oh yes I was remembering Christmas at my grand-parents who gathered a
>lifefull of furnitures, paints, objects and whose room were really cluttered
>:)

Don't get me wrong, they look good. I'm just concerned about rendering time and
memory. Maybe because I use a 1.6 GHz m/c with 512 Megs of memory. As for a
cluttered house. Tell me about it :-}}
Looks homely (Brit usage)

Regards
        Stephen


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From: Marc Jacquier
Subject: Re: [Tribute] Gilles Tran Bookshelves
Date: 25 Oct 2003 13:04:32
Message: <3f9aad20@news.povray.org>
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> Don't get me wrong, they look good.
Don't worry for that, I'm open, I just make propositions :c)
>I'm just concerned about rendering time and
> memory. Maybe because I use a 1.6 GHz m/c with 512 Megs of memory.
If I can help with my TB 1GHz  384MB :p

>As for a
> cluttered house. Tell me about it :-}}
LOL you mean DON'T tell me about it I guess ;-)

Marc


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From: Stefan Persson
Subject: Re: [Tribute] Gilles Tran Bookshelves
Date: 25 Oct 2003 14:06:33
Message: <3f9abba9$1@news.povray.org>
Hehehe :)

Well, I kind of assumed that it was my responsibility to render the scene.
I can tell you that when I added the fire place it took something like
6 hrs more to render "our room".
That's on a P4 2,667 GHz with 512 MiB DDR 333 RAM.

I will look into it later. Right now I'm adding the new objects to the scene
and I will render it over night.

/Stefan


"Marc Jacquier" <jac### [at] wanadoofr> wrote in message
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>

> 5h8lpv8408f18cpg1h0fdqn2qgsiuujf7i@4ax.com...
> > Don't get me wrong, they look good.
> Don't worry for that, I'm open, I just make propositions :c)
> >I'm just concerned about rendering time and
> > memory. Maybe because I use a 1.6 GHz m/c with 512 Megs of memory.
> If I can help with my TB 1GHz  384MB :p
>
> >As for a
> > cluttered house. Tell me about it :-}}
> LOL you mean DON'T tell me about it I guess ;-)
>
> Marc
>
>


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From: Stephen McAvoy
Subject: Re: [Tribute] Gilles Tran Bookshelves
Date: 25 Oct 2003 14:17:28
Message: <ubflpv89g1bpno96a7li3acb9oe2hjcvk0@4ax.com>
On Sat, 25 Oct 2003 19:06:01 +0200, "Marc Jacquier" <jac### [at] wanadoofr>
wrote:

>Don't worry for that, I'm open, I just make propositions :c)

Oh! Dear :-}
Proposition - An offer of a private bargain, especially a request for sexual
relations.
But I know what you mean. "Proposals"

>LOL you mean DON'T tell me about it I guess ;-)

Of course, isn't it obvious :-}

Regards
        Stephen


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From: Stephen McAvoy
Subject: Re: [Tribute] Gilles Tran Bookshelves
Date: 25 Oct 2003 14:20:15
Message: <omflpv0vgij2gn0lp6tr85encincdfh6qk@4ax.com>
On Sat, 25 Oct 2003 20:05:27 +0200, "Stefan Persson" <azy### [at] teliacom> wrote:

>
>Well, I kind of assumed that it was my responsibility to render the scene.

A volunteer is worth ten pressed men.

Regards
        Stephen


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From: Marc Jacquier
Subject: Re: [Tribute] Gilles Tran Bookshelves
Date: 25 Oct 2003 14:32:22
Message: <3f9ac1b6$1@news.povray.org>
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> Oh! Dear :-}
> Proposition - An offer of a private bargain, especially a request for
sexual
> relations.
OoOps! false friend (is it correct?)

> But I know what you mean. "Proposals"
Yessss that is!
>
> >LOL you mean DON'T tell me about it I guess ;-)
>
> Of course, isn't it obvious :-}
Err I'm still learning English you know :p

Marc


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From: Stephen McAvoy
Subject: Re: [Tribute] Gilles Tran Bookshelves
Date: 25 Oct 2003 15:38:15
Message: <38klpv0gt1sgsnqpu3eg9u932krbebdk06@4ax.com>
On Sat, 25 Oct 2003 20:33:52 +0200, "Marc Jacquier" <jac### [at] wanadoofr>
wrote:

>> Of course, isn't it obvious :-}
>Err I'm still learning English you know :p

Sorry I thought (don't know why) that you had been reading the thread in off
topic 
Is Bill banned or what?
The relevant part is when Marc Champagne replies to Tom Melly On 23 Oct 2003
22:55:22 -0400, after he said "Tell me about it.

> OoOps! false friend (is it correct?)

No, a false friend means simply someone who appears to be a friend, but is
actually an enemy.
Or so I thought until I found this.
False friends are pairs of words in two languages that look or sound similar but
differ in meaning. Such words can cause difficulty for students learning a
foreign language because the students are likely to misidentify the words based
on knowledge of their native language.

Hmm thank you.

Regards
        Stephen


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From: Marc Jacquier
Subject: Re: [Tribute] Gilles Tran Bookshelves
Date: 25 Oct 2003 16:12:23
Message: <3f9ad927$1@news.povray.org>
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> On Sat, 25 Oct 2003 20:33:52 +0200, "Marc Jacquier"
<jac### [at] wanadoofr>
> wrote:
>
> >> Of course, isn't it obvious :-}
> >Err I'm still learning English you know :p
>
> Sorry I thought (don't know why) that you had been reading the thread in
off
> topic
> Is Bill banned or what?
> The relevant part is when Marc Champagne replies to Tom Melly On 23 Oct
2003
> 22:55:22 -0400, after he said "Tell me about it.
Well actually I did :p but that's very new for me ( aren't we drifting
slightly OT? ;)
>
> > OoOps! false friend (is it correct?)
>
> No, a false friend means simply someone who appears to be a friend, but is
> actually an enemy.
> Or so I thought until I found this.
> False friends are pairs of words in two languages that look or sound
similar but
> differ in meaning. Such words can cause difficulty for students learning a
> foreign language because the students are likely to misidentify the words
based
> on knowledge of their native language.
Exactly :-D
>
> Hmm thank

> Regards
>         Stephen


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