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Posted 14 December 2009 - 01:35 #1

Why there is no Internal help file in O2 modeler?

I don't if this is a troubleshooting question but is there a substitute program to make .p3d files?

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Posted 20 December 2009 - 17:09 #2

Sorry for double posting but:

8 days and no answer here. I mean this is a simple question. I don't know the answer here.
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Posted 21 December 2009 - 07:11 #3

Well,a lot of the info you need to get started can be found here on the forums.

Have a look in O2 modelling,O2 troubleshooting or O2 doc.

O2 was released as is.There is no "internal" help file.I assume you've tried Brsseb's tutorials?That's a good starter course.I'm afraid O2 is one of the simplest modelling packages out there.If you can't get to grips with it,you may have trouble.As most other programs,freeware or commercial,are a fair bit more complex.And I'm not aware of any that can export directly to OFP P3d.
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Posted 21 December 2009 - 11:13 #4

Thanks Macser. I will try that.
:) YO! :) I remain OFP fan forever. But now I will also start playing these ARMAS because I have new machine. :bounce3::yay: