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Forboding Angel
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Re: UpSpring: Easy Workflow Tutorial

Post by Forboding Angel » 08 May 2009, 05:23

Well lurker, fair nuff, I get what you're saying. Interestingly enough, what you're saying is kinda vague even tho it really isn't O_O /mindfuck!!!

;p But yeah, I'm with ya. I still think this whole 2 page thing is ridiculous tho.

Wrong termage or not, there are some really good things in that tut, and it would be nice to have it easily accessible instead of having to commit the entire thing to memory.

Sigh. Forumers Gone Wild: Jungle style, Part 2 (With bigger E-Peen!) << Preemptively... God people it's a joke, just take it for what it is and don't read anymore into it.

@Peet, I don't think anyone else could have said it better. Excellent description imo.

For people such as myself, we are using very cuby models anyway, and it's actually nice to be able to use an auto function like what upspring has, but for models like smoth, IW, etc, I can totally understand how that would make for some very pissy artistes (DUnno how to do an accent, sry ;p)

Ninja Edit: Imo, this thread cold all be deleted except arghs original post and peet's last reply, and presto, helpful forum thread.
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Re: UpSpring: Easy Workflow Tutorial

Post by Forboding Angel » 08 May 2009, 05:31

Forboding Angel wrote:God, the lot of you are a bunch of silly retards sometimes.
Btw I thought it was clear in the context of the way I said it, but apparently not :-/ Don't take that personally, it was a generalization, not pointed at any person or particular group of people. Everyone (myself included) can be a retard sometimes, we're human, we make mistakes, it's the way shit goes, no need to dispense with the napalm over it :-)
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Re: UpSpring: Easy Workflow Tutorial

Post by smoth » 08 May 2009, 06:01

I am tired of all this and more than happy to see the whole place burn to a pile of ashes. Arghs posts leave me in a state of "if it weren't for my horse, I wouldn't have spent that year in college" after reading them, I am just sitting there, saying WHAT THE FUCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCK?!?!? note what he says about that sentence.
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Re: UpSpring: Easy Workflow Tutorial

Post by Argh » 08 May 2009, 08:18

Five days.

I guess one last utterly pointless flamewar was scheduled, lol. Just reminds me why it's going to be good to do something else soon. I could say a lot, but it'll keep.

Five days.
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Re: UpSpring: Easy Workflow Tutorial

Post by Pxtl » 08 May 2009, 14:27

This thread is the epicest fail in the history of epic fail.

I mean, worse than this:

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Re: UpSpring: Easy Workflow Tutorial

Post by AF » 11 May 2009, 14:35

Argh, you have more important things to do than proving points right now. Let the smoth thing jump up and down thinking it's right and get back to work tut tut, who cares if it is anyway, argue it when you have the time to.

*repeat, rinse, swap names*

Smoth, you have more important things to do than proving points right now. Let the Argh thing jump up and down thinking it's right and get back to work tut tut, who cares if it is anyway, argue it when you have the time to.
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Re: UpSpring: Easy Workflow Tutorial

Post by smoth » 11 May 2009, 18:07

both of use already moved on. go try and condescend in a thread where things are still happening.
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Re: UpSpring: Easy Workflow Tutorial

Post by HeadHunter » 06 Oct 2011, 13:09

Is upspring still in development? If it is, who is managing it? It seems that last commit was by some guy kloot a year ago, and it does not even compile anymore...
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Re: UpSpring: Easy Workflow Tutorial

Post by knorke » 06 Oct 2011, 13:14

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