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Fixed issue #158 #217

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commented May 28, 2015

Because of the closing of PR #188 this fix has been lost.
I corrected it again in the c172p-detailed.blend. For some reason the new blend-file is half a MB smaller than the previous file. Because I don't know if any essential information got lost due to the fix, I included the c172p-detailed.blend1 as a backup file.
Maybe someone could export the .blend file to the c172p-detailed.ac.

Somwhere @Juanvvc mentioned that you guys use a special plugin for Blender to export the .ac files.
I already have such a plugin, but I don't know if this does the same thing like your plugin. Maybe you could give me a download link, so I can do the export myself properly before committing.

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commented May 28, 2015

One thing I have heard that might work is to have the older Blender which has the ac3d export/import included, and use that for the conversion. With the new version, then you need to enable "legacy mesh support" or something similar in settings to save the older .blend format.

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commented May 30, 2015

I know of majic79/Blender-AC3D.

@zlsa is working on one for Blender 2.7 at zlsa/io_scene_ac3d_v2.

@onox onox changed the title Fixed issue # 158 Fixed issue #158 May 30, 2015

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commented May 30, 2015

FWIW: on the blender-ac3d plugin, i currently have the io-scene one but i have no way to know if i have the right one or if i've used it correctly... i don't recall where i saw it mentioned... my blender is 2.69 for now...

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commented May 30, 2015

I will merge this manually tomorrow. In addition, I'll add the io_scene_ac3d plugin we are using to the repository. thevirtualfer made some changes to this script to support groups. I'm not sure if we are still using these groups. If we are not, the "official" plugin will work. If we are using groups, it is only in the main .blend file. The other .blend files can be exported with the "official" io_scene_ac3d plugin as usual.

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commented May 31, 2015

Juan !

As far as i remember, the groups are used into the .ac file by the engine
itself.
The original plugin exports the model but doesn't create the necessary
groups into the .ac file.

Cheers, bro !

2015-05-30 20:31 GMT-03:00 Juan Vera del Campo notifications@github.com:

I will merge this manually tomorrow. In addition, I'll add io_scene_ac3d
we are using to the repository. thevirtualfer made some changes to this
script to support groups. I'm not sure if we are still using these groups.
If we are not, the "official" plugin will work. In we are using groups, it
is only in the main .blend file. The other files can be exported with the
"official" io_scene_ac3d plugin.


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commented May 31, 2015

Thank you very much, Juan

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commented Jun 2, 2015

@thevirtualfer hey, welcome back! 😄

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commented Jun 2, 2015

Juanvvc added a commit that referenced this pull request Jun 2, 2015

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commented Jun 2, 2015

Manually merged. In addition, I have added to the repository the script I'm using to export the .blend file. It is thevirtualfer's version of one of the scripts linked in the wiki, but I'm not sure exactly which one. It seems there are many different scripts made by different authors.

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commented Jun 2, 2015

Thanks, Juanvvc

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