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Name  Gericom
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Registered on 07-10-12, 06:26 pm (4295 days ago)
Last post 05-20-18, 12:39 pm (2155 days ago)
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Thierry I vote for you.
 SaturnYoshi Dont see you much
 mrrikihino hey.... gericom can you update the mkds course editor link.. i can't download it
 mrrikihino i don't know if it the latest version or not... because when i download it and i see the about it just saying mkds course modifier by mkds, just that....
 mrrikihino anyway thank you, i just don't see it again...
 mrrikihino but, why i can't open the animation file.....
 mrrikihino OK, it works
 mrrikihino and... i can't convert my smb3 block.obj to nsbmd....
 mrrikihino it's odd, when i'm choosing my obj and then ask me to where its saved then i clicked save and the extension is .nsbmd but i got error is unhandled exeption has occured in your application. index was outside the bounds of the array
 mrrikihino but i'm just doing this: File - New - NSBMD - then i open my .obj files - then save as and the type is nitro system basic model (*.nsbmd) then press save and i got error
 mrrikihino here: i don't know what is .mtl though but when i'm converting the nsbmd to obj with mkds course modifier it gives me .mtl, .obj, and textures of the 3d...
RicBent Thanks  Gericom
Thierry Oh hey
Thierry Has been a long time since I last seen you online here.
RicBent Thanks, again
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Sample post

Karma: 160
Posts: 90
Since: 07-10-12
This is a sample post. You probably already know what this is for.

Posted by Goomba
Posted by Mario
Oh, nooo! *stomp*

Well, what more could you want to know? Perhaps how to do the classic infinite loop?
    printf("Hello World!");