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Playing with PythonCard and Molting : Part IX [ID:363] (9/9)

in series: Introducing PythonCard

video tutorial by dgd, added 08/07

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Making more changes...appears to be a typo... the about dialog gets the changes not the exit dialog...

The writer of the docs, Kevin Altis, responded very thoughtfully and thoroughly to my posts and has fixed a few typos.

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2. Tue, 03 Aug 2010 23:59

Hey I'd just like to thank you for these tutorials. It seems I read these tutorial documents the same as you lol. I couldn't get the Exit messagebox either.

I tried to get python working with 3d Max using Blur Studios Plugins and scripts but to no avail.

Thanks Luke

sorry... but I think you really do not know anything about programming

I mean... nothing at all...

it is the worst tutorial I ever seen

expressions like... hmm.. I do not know what does it mean, I do not see any change, when actually the change was very clear... and I bet there are a lot more, all these are forbidden when you are going to teach someone something...


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