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New nightly build

Discussion in 'ModelConverterX' started by arno, 7/8/09.

  1. arno

    arno Administrator Staff Member FSDevConf team Resource contributor

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    Hi,

    In the recent weeks I have been a bit busy (mainly because I am preparing my wedding now), but tonight I was able to put together a new nightly build. The following issues are improved in it:

    • FSC reader animation support (still not perfect though)
    • Default scale is now read from EOD API macros
    • Fixed bug with rotating animations in FS2004 MDL reader
  2. robystar

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    I will have a go at it.
    By the way, aren't you married yet? To FS?
  3. Pyscen

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    Congrats Arno!! on your upcoming marriage.... does she know what you do though? :D
  4. rhumbaflappy

    rhumbaflappy Moderator Staff Member Resource contributor

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    Hi Arno.

    I don't think you should marry until ModelConverterX handles dae files from Sketchup7. Otherwise it wouldn't be fair to your bride.

    :D

    Dick
  5. gsnde

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    This is great news, Arno. A wonderful time for the two of you.
  6. warmingham

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    Hi Arno, just a note concerning FSDS fsc files. The mdl model I tried came out at 3 times the normal size.
    You may know this already and you did say it wasn't perfect.

    John aka warmingham
  7. arno

    arno Administrator Staff Member FSDevConf team Resource contributor

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    Hi John,

    That smells a bit like a feet vs meter problem. I will check if I process the unit from the FSC file correctly (probably not).

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