Constellation's Great, But the Rev IDE Doesn't Suck
jerry at daniels-mara.com
Tue Oct 18 18:33:27 CDT 2005
There's actually a tutorial on this very topic. It's under the
Tutorials tab in the Info & Docs window. It's called "Three Editing
Modes" and it's a link to a QuickTime movie.
Check out the tutorials to see it work.
On Oct 18, 2005, at 10:59 AM, Mark Smith wrote:
> Well, you can set Constellation to show 'script only', in which
> case when you choose tp inspect properties, the Rev inspector will
> open, while your scripts will still open in Constellation. Ypu can
> have it the other way round too. Just check the appropriate button
> in Constellations top left corner...
> On 18 Oct 2005, at 11:33, David Bovill wrote:
>> True and the real value of Rev is that the tools are built in the
>> language so we can enhance the core product - the more
>> contributions like Lord Daniels the better!
>> On 18 Oct 2005, at 01:15, Dan Shafer wrote:
>>> A couple of you were kind enough to point out that in my
>>> exuberant endorsement of Jerry Daniels' wonderful Constellation
>>> Rev IDE, I came off sounding a bit like the built-in, out-of-the-
>>> box Rev IDE was a piece of crap. Let me set the record straight.
>>> It's wonderful. It has flaws and rough edges and quirks that
>>> sometimes confuse newbies and even oldies. But it's still really
>>> a great product.
>>> It's just that Constellation learned from what the Rev IDE
>>> designers did one way and created a new way that I personally
>>> find more usable and seamless.
>> Bought a copy, and already I'd like to "improve it" :)
>> particularly to switch more easily between Constellation and Rev
>> IDE - need to be able to get at Rev's fab Geometry Manager more
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