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From: John VanSickle
Subject: LionSnake Modeler Released
Date: 23 Apr 2004 01:05:32
Message: <4088A41C.5FC9CEF8@hotmail.com>
My long-promised modeler that creates posable models with subdivision
surfaces and uv-mapping has progressed to the point that I'm not
completely ashamed to let it be seen in public.  It's freeware.  Find it
here at:

http://enphilistor.users4.50megs.com/lionsnake.htm

Regards,
John


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From: andrel
Subject: Re: LionSnake Modeler Released
Date: 24 Apr 2004 09:39:10
Message: <408A6DED.5090503@hotmail.com>
It runs under win98.

I think it could be handy. I have not extensively
tested it yet.

All your files are in a tree starting with 'archive'.
If I want the program in some place I either have to
extract to the parent directory and rename the archive
directory or move the tree one directory up after
extraction. Perhaps next time therefor better not
to include the archive directory.

Other suggestion would be to be able to switch views
with a single keystroke, while keeping the point you
work on selected. Sometimes some points can not be
accessed in one view because another point is in front.

Hmm, the mode change does not seem to work here.
no tickmarks in the menu and it only changes after
minimizing and size restoring and then it seems like
the object is lost.

	Andrel

John VanSickle wrote:

> My long-promised modeler that creates posable models with subdivision
> surfaces and uv-mapping has progressed to the point that I'm not
> completely ashamed to let it be seen in public.  It's freeware.  Find it
> here at:
> 
> http://enphilistor.users4.50megs.com/lionsnake.htm
> 
> Regards,
> John


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From: John VanSickle
Subject: Re: LionSnake Modeler Released
Date: 24 Apr 2004 14:26:17
Message: <408AB147.344228D9@hotmail.com>
andrel wrote:
> 
> It runs under win98.
> 
> I think it could be handy. I have not extensively
> tested it yet.
> 
> All your files are in a tree starting with 'archive'.
> If I want the program in some place I either have to
> extract to the parent directory and rename the archive
> directory or move the tree one directory up after
> extraction. Perhaps next time therefor better not
> to include the archive directory.

Okay.

> Other suggestion would be to be able to switch views
> with a single keystroke, while keeping the point you
> work on selected. Sometimes some points can not be
> accessed in one view because another point is in front.
> 
> Hmm, the mode change does not seem to work here.
> no tickmarks in the menu and it only changes after
> minimizing and size restoring and then it seems like
> the object is lost.

Could be a Win98 thing.

Regards,
John


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From: Greg M  Johnson
Subject: Re: LionSnake Modeler Released
Date: 18 May 2004 21:45:25
Message: <40aabc35$1@news.povray.org>
50 megs wouldn't let me download...



"John VanSickle" <evi### [at] hotmailcom> wrote in message
news:4088A41C.5FC9CEF8@hotmail.com...
> My long-promised modeler that creates posable models with subdivision
> surfaces and uv-mapping has progressed to the point that I'm not
> completely ashamed to let it be seen in public.  It's freeware.  Find it
> here at:
>
> http://enphilistor.users4.50megs.com/lionsnake.htm
>
> Regards,
> John


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From: John VanSickle
Subject: Re: LionSnake Modeler Released
Date: 28 May 2004 00:07:36
Message: <40B6BB07.5A307101@hotmail.com>
Greg M. Johnson wrote:
> 
> 50 megs wouldn't let me download...

Their server is mistaking regular link-clicking for direct linking from
strange sites.  I dunno why.


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