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iamthwee says

^^ Not checked it but the above poster seems to have spotted a good freebie tool.

Looks like you need a dotnet and it should support rudimentary regex to boot.

Go for that.

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iamthwee says

^^ Hmm in that case, I’m not sure if winmerge fits the bill.

Sorry I can’t help you there because I’m working on my linux box at the mo.

The only other thing which could trip you up is the file format. Obviously proprietry stuf such as word docs you’re gonna run into big issues.

I am assuming these are plain text files we’re on about or .php files from you’re given history on these forums. In which case writing a simple batch file is going to be the easier option.

Let me see…

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Looks ok to me… nothing outstanding, and dare I a little too similar to one .psd file already on sale which is selling very well.

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iamthwee says

Yep you’re right…

You must learn the right way to do things.

So you have to pretend other things don’t exist in blender otherwise you can get carried away… And worse (learn bad habits).

The other thing you have to be aware of is learning the most up-to-date stuff. Blender has lots of OLD tuts on the web. The interface is no longer relevant.

Also with additions like bmesh, you want to learn the latest way to model.

I recommend learning the interface first, then trying to create a simple object.

Forget cycles and just go with blender internal.

It will take a long time though, at first glance the interface is daunting… There are so many buttons to choose and hot keys to know. That’s why I said it is likely to take you a few months.

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iamthwee says

Depends what you want to do?

I presume you want to replace files. In that case you will need to recursively search each folder to find said file and then replace it with whatever you want.

Now windoze has very rudimentary scripting functions. For example, you can go to the console and type stuff like del *.txt which would delete all text files in your directory.

With a little ingenuity you could write a little batch file to recurse through directories and do something practical.

Of course, windoze lacks the fully scripting power of linux but meh…

Failing that I remember using winmerge, which is opensource. Now that was really useful for comparing directories and performing operations…

Not sure if that would be of any use to you…

http://winmerge.org/about/screenshots/

Of course if it was me I would just get out my g++ compiler and write win32 app to recurse directories to do what I want. Or even a dotnet app would do the trick.

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iamthwee says

Sorry pal, don’t have any of those.

I would recommend starting off with just blitzing youtube videos. Then pick an object and try to model it.

There is also a forum for blender so if you ever have any issues just head over there and you’ll get your questions answered. However, if you wanted you could still post questions here and I would try to answer them if i see them.

Good luck

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iamthwee says

Sorry pal, don’t have any of those.

I would recommend starting off with just blitzing youtube videos. Then pick an object and try to model it.

There is also a forum for blender so if you ever have any issues just head over there and you’ll get your questions answered. However, if you wanted you could still post questions here and I would try to answer them if i see them.

Good luck

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iamthwee says

What is this HTML framework you talk of?

;)

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iamthwee says

As wordpress stipulates write code for clarity over cleverness or brevity. Avoid the tenerary operator at all costs!

Oh yeah, and what duo said! ;)

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iamthwee says

>As far as I understand it, it’s supposed to be a reptile’ish skin texture,

Oh I see… Apologies. That oil painting effect looked cool though.

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