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Posted: 17 Oct 2018, 20:16
I was poking around the house and found my long anticipated TS 7 Box with its 3 feet thick manual and decided to take a trip down memory lane. Wow I am glad to see yall are still going. Still have a presence on the web and even a nice new fan site.
. God Bless. Will try and drop in from time to time.
Posted: 17 Oct 2018, 20:34
Posted: 17 Oct 2018, 21:17
One of these days I will built a hipster web series with this software as a hommage.
Posted: 19 Oct 2018, 22:03
Shame Microsoft dropped TS. Even if it had to be completely rebuilt from the ground up it would have been worth it. TS has a great history behind it and the most loyal fan base ever. Maybe old Bill will one day decide to spend a tiny bit of his billions and bring it back again. Stranger things have happened.
Posted: 20 Oct 2018, 01:49
I remember the day i got the email saying TS 7 was free for all. I almost cried with joy.
Posted: 20 Oct 2018, 09:30
Yep, trueSpace is not dead : it can still render some nice tombstones
Posted: 20 Oct 2018, 14:34
Whats so dead about TS? Still use it just like evrything else that I have! Very good software..and no I dont have to start in TS and finish in there! Hi Dan! Long time no see here! Was fun time when You Drew Robert and I were skyping on the miner! Yeah lot has happend in the meantime! My auntie..died in the meantime..remember she was ill back then! Lot of other life has come into my daily things but I am still going on steadily!
How are things going?
Posted: 22 Oct 2018, 21:12
TrueSpace has always been a great modeling/animation tool.From version 1.0 to the present. I remember being in the beta tester group and just as quick as someone would say "what about this" Roman and the programmers would have it already added. It was very difficult keeping up with it. You almost needed to devote 100% of you time just to it. I too have one of the original box sets, TrueSpace6 Reality Designer with a book thicker than most bibles. Even in todays world I still use TS as my dedicated design package. Such a easy to use straight forward software. TS will always be around I feel. I was recently asked at a recent makers meeting what I use to design in and when I said TS they all looked at me and said what is that. I have since shared some knowledge with maker members about the software and provided some basic instructions. I suggested that anyone interested visit here. Maybe we will have some greenhorns soon.
Posted: 22 Oct 2018, 21:23
I have since shared some knowledge with maker members about the software and provided some basic instructions. I suggested that anyone interested visit here. Maybe we will have some greenhorns soon.