mushrooms texgroup


    Aug 09 2006 | 7:29 pm
    hello list
    i'm trying to put different movies as a texture on different groups of polygons in one obj file by using the texgroup message
    i can do stills but no movies it also doesn't work in the jit.gl.model help file with the mushrooms
    is this normal ? or did i or my powerbook take too much mushrooms..... :}
    -mj

    • Aug 09 2006 | 7:49 pm
      Moving this thread to the Jitter topic.
      Please address your posts to the proper forum. Also, I'm not sure how many times I need to ask, but:
      PLEASE DO NOT USE THE REPLY FUNCTION TO START A NEW THREAD.
      All it does is ensure that your message will be attached the wrong thread, meaning the forum users most likely will not see it, and it also makes more work for us.
      Thanks for your understanding.
      w
    • Aug 09 2006 | 8:26 pm
      sorry but how do i post a message in a "jitter-topic" using the max-list by e-mail?
      and what is the way to make a new thread by e-mail
      and no i don't want to use the web-forum
      -mj
      >Moving this thread to the Jitter topic. > >Please address your posts to the proper forum. Also, I'm not sure >how many times I need to ask, but: > >PLEASE DO NOT USE THE REPLY FUNCTION TO START A NEW THREAD. > >All it does is ensure that your message will be attached the wrong >thread, meaning the forum users most likely will not see it, and it >also makes more work for us. > >Thanks for your understanding. > >w
    • Aug 09 2006 | 9:29 pm
      Send an email to Jitter@cycling74.com
      to not duplicate threads, simple START A NEW EMAIL, rather than replying (not yelling, emphasising ;).
      The reply function copies headers that the cycling servers interpret as a continuous thread, as do most email programs, thanks. I too am a mail only user :)
      v a d e //
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      On Aug 9, 2006, at 4:26 PM, MJ wrote:
      > sorry but how do i post a message in a "jitter-topic" using the > max-list by e-mail? > > and what is the way to make a new thread by e-mail > > and no i don't want to use the web-forum > > -mj > > > >> Moving this thread to the Jitter topic. >> >> Please address your posts to the proper forum. Also, I'm not sure >> how many times I need to ask, but: >> >> PLEASE DO NOT USE THE REPLY FUNCTION TO START A NEW THREAD. >> >> All it does is ensure that your message will be attached the wrong >> thread, meaning the forum users most likely will not see it, and >> it also makes more work for us. >> >> Thanks for your understanding. >> >> w >