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can you guys help me to shade and color my creations?? thanx...i jsut got it and its sorta confusin but im getting the hang of it... http://haxor-gold.freezope.org

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Original post by haxor-g0ld
4.0 i think


Gee...that''s weird...all of the software I''ve BOUGHT has had the version right there on the BOX

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quote:
Original post by Wolfmanyoda
[quote]Original post by haxor-g0ld
4.0 i think


Gee...that''s weird...all of the software I''ve BOUGHT has had the version right there on the BOX

You are assuming too much. Is it really that unlikely that, for example, he uses it at university therfore he doesn''t have direct access to its box or the software for that matter?

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ok, i don''t know of any software that doesn''t have the version number on the splash screen or the title bar

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any software that''s worth 5000 dollars is worth remembering the
version number
if it''s in school, the instructors should be helping him shade his
creations.

-eldee
;another space monkey;
[ Forced Evolution Studios ]


::evolve::

Do NOT let Dr. Mario touch your genitals! He is not a real doctor!

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maya standard is not 5000 dollars.

maybe he wants to learn ahead of his class, and go onto things they are not doing yet? or maybe his course is on a completly different area of computing, but he wants to learn some 3d as a hobby?

i am not saying that he deffinitly has a legal copy, i just dont like it when people think so negativly and always assume the worst about someone, when there is a very good chance they are wrong.

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