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Default 18.09.2018, 14:31

Dark mode looks good, I assume the render manager will get a dark background too?

MacBookPro Retina 2.3 GHz i7 16 GB Ram nVidia 750M / OS 10.9.5 / Cheetah3D 7.3 beta / Blender 2.79 / LuxRender 1.6 / PS CS4
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Default 18.09.2018, 22:02

Originally Posted by kepardue View Post
At the risk of sounding a bit controversial, I really don't have a problem if Cheetah doesn't run on computers made older than 3-5 years ago. Fact of the matter is, a lot of professional 3D modeling software in many cases costs as much as a new Mac every year as a subscription, thanks to the new (dreaded) software-as-a-service economy these days. Cheetah provides pretty much everything that a casual and professional-ish user could hope for in a very reasonably priced package. I'd hate to see it held back by not taking the fullest advantage of modern systems. I think you're striking a good, if perhaps a little conservative, balance to keep everyone happy.

Also, the dark mode concept looks amazing!

formz, Lightwave, Cinema 4D, Blender, EIAS are not subscription based, although C4D offers a short term subscription option, but you can still buy the standalone licence.

Martin knows that greater compatibility means the potential for more sales, but needs to balance this against time and effort expended to maintain such compatibility.

Last edited by Paul P : 18.09.2018 at 22:21. Reason: omitted formz
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