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Direct X 7 help/ documentation.

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I''m trying to do Teej''s hands on interactive tutorial but I need something known as the DX7 help files. There is a link in the forum but it appears to be broken at the moment. I also do not have access to a broadband modem so I don''t want to download DX7 from the archive. Can any one supply me with the DX7 documentation as a standalone unit? Cheers

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Someone was offering to burn it on a CD and mail it to anyone who wants it. I forget who it was, and I''m too lazy to look it up for you. Read the older posts.

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If you have the SDK then you''ll have the help files. I would assume if you are doing a DirectX tutorial then you would have the SDK. Is this the case?


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You can get the docs at my site in the tricks section. I''ll get them into HTML format as well one of these days.

Ben

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Cheers Ben,

Just one thing though, when I try to download the directdraw word document the whole thing goes very slowly.

Garvin.

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It''s standard DSL which I can see from my logs isn''t good enough for the job anymore. I''m looking to get a faster connection (1M) in a month or two.

Ben

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