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Unhappy ALice 1 - 09-21-2014, 03:00 PM

First time getting here. and I did took me time to understand the software.
   
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Default Get familiar - 09-21-2014, 05:37 PM

Hi, I also registered a few months earlier and can show you around. You can post new threads and see other posts in certain category. Try to find new threads by identifying the light in front of each thread: When it is going off it means new posts since last time you logged in. However, there is few new posts because... I do not know why...


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Default Not much new going on here - 09-21-2014, 06:29 PM

I did notice every time I log in there are very few post and nearly no questions. Our professor wants us to try and answer some but this is difficult to do when there are none.




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Hi, I also registered a few months earlier and can show you around. You can post new threads and see other posts in certain category. Try to find new threads by identifying the light in front of each thread: When it is going off it means new posts since last time you logged in. However, there is few new posts because... I do not know why...
   
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No worry My professor tells me to do the same...
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Default No worry My professor tells me to do the same... - 09-21-2014, 08:44 PM


Well maybe just enrolled some contests or try to create something...
BTW, do you have any copy of the assignment used in class. I always have trouble finding these assignments...


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Default So fancy... - 09-22-2014, 03:47 PM

Im just here because I enjoy programming If you need I can ask you some questions? Give you a little challenge and help with learning Alice more.


Stuff + Other Stuff + Different Other Stuff = Things :)

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Default 09-26-2014, 07:15 PM

To be honest, I think Unity is a lot easier to understand when it comes to simple things like clamps. But of course, it's because Unity does it for you. Alice is a lot harder to understand when it comes to realism, if you think about it.


Imagine a beautiful sunset, sitting on the shore of the perfect beach, as a flamingo flies in front of the sunset carrying a marvelous rose in it's beak, and a beautiful painting in it's feet.
And also, you're drunk.
   
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Default Agreed - 09-27-2014, 08:47 AM

Yep, unitys a bit of a lazy language...


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