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    how to download the Blender 2.6 documentation?

    As I am running an offline workstation, I have been trying to download the Blender Manual, but after telling "WinHTTrack" to fetch the website located at http://wiki.blender.org/index.php/Doc:2.6/Manual, I had to pause the download after nine hours and after having downloaded more than 1.6 GByte of data. Is this normal, should I continue and if so, how big would the file eventually get, is there any easier way downloading this manual or are there limits I should set to WinHTTrack before trying again?



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    Many hits, no answer? The lack of an easily accessible offline documentation is a good reason to look for other solutions, I'm afraid. It might seem as if everybody is online these days, but I can assure you, this isn't true...



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    After so many helpful replies, could someone at least please tell me how to delete my account here?



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    oh thats hard but im shure thats many other people looking for it, too! thats why we have so many views
    try this -> http://www.4-shared.eu/download/bsN0...-6-Manual.html



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    Like Hirazi, I need a manual to get to grips with 2.66, having been working with (IIRC) 2.3 or 2.4 for the longest time. It looks as if familiar features like the buttons and controls I am familiar with are no longer present, or have somehow been tucked away! The link provided above is broken, and in any case, I would rather work with a pdf than HTML manual.



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    You can use tools to grab whole online HTML documents then convert it to format like PDF, if you search over internet i am sure you can find it.



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    hi look here
    https://archive.org/details/BlenderW...ualPdf20121019

    here I will post when a new and better version is ready
    http://amrc.altervista.org/blender-w...al-a-new-start

    Marco



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    Awesome! Thanks!



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    hi all,

    i anyone needs I updated the manual on july 1st

    see this post:

    Marco
    Last edited by m.ardito; 09-Jul-13 at 05:29.



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