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Saturday, February 17, 2007

Blender's Complete Wiki Manual


I just thought I would point you to a resource that may be new to some of you. It's Blender's complete wiki manual. It contains all of the main wiki entries for Blender documentation. The beauty of it is that everything is all on one page! However, because of that fact, it's a huge page that may take a couple of minutes to load if you're on dialup. It's worth the wait, though. It covers quite a bit, not everything, but enough to be of great value. I often use it as a quick reference.

Note that each article has a Blender version compatibility indicator. Most of the articles are rated for older versions of Blender but, they're not incompatible with newer versions. There may be the occasional minor compatibility issue, but nothing to keep you from learning the subject covered. It's a great resource and definitely makes a great addition to your bookmarks.

Manual/Complete - BlenderWiki

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Unknown said...

Great resource, thanks. It takes a while even with DSL!

Anonymous said...

Are there similar complete pages for the other Wikis? This is great for relatively new people (even some of us veterans) who don't always have a live network connection everywhere they go.

Kernon Dillon said...

This is the only one I've ever seen. But, there could be others.

You can easily recreate something like this for yourself with any collection of webpages. In Part 1 of the Country Pathway series, I demo a Firefox browser extension called Scrapbook. This tool allows you to collect entire webpages, websites, even a single character from a word if that's what you want. You can then easily compile any assortment of items from your Scrapbook into single pages. I do this all of the time and it's a massive time-saver. All of this is available from within the Firefox browser.

I also use an extension that allows me to have multiple scrapbooks, organized by subject.

Check out the video for a quick demo.

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