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Do I need Python to run Blender correctly?

I downloaded Blender but there was no link for python. Am I on the right
Jan 25 '07
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I think you're right. I'll find a blender forum. Thanks for your help.
: -)

"John Nagle" <na***@animats. comwrote in message
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AKA gray asphalt wrote:
>"John Nagle" <na***@animats. comwrote in message
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>Is the manual you refer to the group project on blender.org or the $
manual like the one on Ebay?
The "Blender 2.3 Guide" book. Also, if you're going to program the
the "Blender GameKit" book is a big help.

Unless you have two screens, the online manual gets in your way.

This really should go in a Blender newsgroup or forum.

John Nagle

Jan 29 '07 #11

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