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    Blender Wiki Offline Manual?

    Is it possible to get an offline version of the Blender Wiki manual? I do not have a persistent net connection and it would be great to have locally.



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    there is a PDF download line at the top of the wiki page !

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    Thanks RickiBlender. I must be looking right at it but I cannot see it. Any more info would be good. A bit more info?



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    sorry my mistake

    it's the API section that has a PDF near top of page

    not the user manual
    but there must be a place for it somewhere !

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    but you could some other pdf intro to blender like these here



    http://www.cdschools.org/54223045235...bcob=0&c=55205
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    The 2.4x manual is downloadable on the blender wiki page :
    http://wiki.blender.org/index.php/Doc:2.4/Manual

    But the 2.6x is not, maybe because it's under reviewing as mentionned :
    http://wiki.blender.org/index.php/Doc:2.6/Manual



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    I found on the Blender wiki a section that explains on how to get a version of the wiki into a PDF formated book. But I found it's not so clear on how to do the actual process :-(.

    http://wiki.blender.org/index.php/Me...ns/Wiki_to_PDF

    If not you can probably use the wget tools which can grab the entire web pages (this is probably what I am gonna do, as you simply give the starting url and it should go grab all the rest by following deeper url).



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    Thanks guys.



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    I used a program http://www.httrack.com/ to make an offline version of the manual.



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