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Wednesday, November 03, 2010

Blender 2.55 Tip: Hiding the Console Window

There's a very simple, but nice new feature in Blender 2.55 that allows you to hide the Console window that appears when Blender first loads (for Windows users). Yay! It still loads, but at least you can toggle it off, now.

The Console Window is a great tool for debugging Blender and also seeing any error messages that get spit out from different functions. But, if you don't need it, it tends to get in the way.

Here's how to control it:

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Alex D.S. said...

awwww thank you so much for this tip!!!

Glenn Melenhorst said...

Would be nice to have this as a savable default so we never have to see it again. :)

Diego Stoliar said...

Yeah, should be by default!

rogueusagi said...

hmmm... i had always wondered about this is while using blender in windows. Thanks Kernon for the tip!

worm said...

Great idea, I could add it to BlendUp, my mod to make Blender more like SketchUp: {URL][URL]. What do you think?

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