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suggested suggested edit on Getting isometric grid coordinates from standard X,Y coordinates
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answered Using Copyrighted Images
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accepted How do I get this effect in Unity3D?
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comment How do I get this effect in Unity3D?
@ktodisco: could you elaborate?
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comment How do I get this effect in Unity3D?
@ashes999: It is indeed nothing more than a blue gradient. I'm just not clear on how (if it is even possible) to do this natively in Unity.
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asked How do I get this effect in Unity3D?
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comment Why can't I import third-party modules I've installed in the python-ogre SDK's interpreter?
Today, I learned! Thanks again. I'm glad you got the bounty =)
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comment Why can't I import third-party modules I've installed in the python-ogre SDK's interpreter?
vc90? How strange, considering python-ogre is a cross-platform library. In any case, I shall give it a shot. Thanks again!
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comment Why can't I import third-party modules I've installed in the python-ogre SDK's interpreter?
Thank you very much for the clear, actionable advice. I'd also like to thank you for taking the time to install the library to test things out! The bit about py2exe is particularly helpful given that I plan on using this app to package the game. One last question, can I install the python dll manually to the python-ogre SDK installation? I'd like to simplify things by adding the SDKs interpreter to my global variables, such that a call to "python" at the command line will it. That way, I can just remove the stock python27 installation and keep things clean. How can I do this?
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