[OT] Turn vertex points on/off, so fragment points turn on/off

[OT] Turn vertex points on/off, so fragment points turn on/off

Post by Nicolas Bo » Sat, 05 Sep 2009 23:16:45


[snip]

hem.. I really don't want to hurt you but...just as a side note... do
you realize that with your average writing rate on these newsgroup
(maybe a hundred lines every 10 minutes), nobody is reading what you're
writing ?
Probably you could consider posting once a day with the summary of your
deeper thoughts instead of posting every single question that you get at
every instant, and that your solving by yourself in the next minutes ?

It will make the newsgroup more readable (although it's already good
that you're not starting a new topic each time), but more importantly,
you will be read by peoples and you will get answers to your questions!
People here have jobs and won't spend their night reading your tens of
messages! However, reading and answering a short message a day is feasible.

Also, you can consider putting a follow-up to a single newsgroup instead
of cross-posting, but at this point, this is a detail...

Thank you very much for your understanding! :) But I'm sure you can
benefit from this advice :p

--
Nicolas Bonneel
http://www.yqcomputer.com/
 
 
 

[OT] Turn vertex points on/off, so fragment points turn on/off

Post by Skybuck Fl » Sun, 06 Sep 2009 00:08:02

Read it like a newspaper ;)

Read what interests you, skip the rest ;)

Bye,
Skybuck =D

 
 
 

[OT] Turn vertex points on/off, so fragment points turn on/off

Post by Charles E » Sun, 06 Sep 2009 00:22:29


You're trolling like the point and shoot guy does in the photography
newsgroups. It's a good way to be ignored.

Follow-ups trimmed.

--
Charles E Hardwidge
 
 
 

[OT] Turn vertex points on/off, so fragment points turn on/off

Post by Nicolas Bo » Sun, 06 Sep 2009 00:54:36

Skybuck Flying a rit :

oh, ok, you're not here to ask questions (although it appears so),
you're writing here either to show off or to hold a blog. There are web
tools for that.

> Read what interests you, skip the rest ;)

no: as soon as you see 10 messages which are each posted at 15 minutes
of interval (and I'm nice) and contains >100 lines each, everyone just
SKIP it. It means the message is not read *at all*, and I'm not even
aware if it would have interested me if I had taken the time to read it,
even partly (or to open it). In brief, we just see the length of the
message, not its content.

--
Nicolas Bonneel
http://www.yqcomputer.com/
 
 
 

[OT] Turn vertex points on/off, so fragment points turn on/off

Post by Trol » Sun, 06 Sep 2009 01:09:16

I cannot see the OP, so if it's not SF then disregard.



Look! There is one! Hang on to this guy, SF, he may be the only one.


I've had SF on the ignore list for a long time, I don't see any of his
posts, neither long and drolling nor short and trolling.


Must mention option #3: Just go away.


Careful, you'll wear him out.
 
 
 

[OT] Turn vertex points on/off, so fragment points turn on/off

Post by Trol » Sun, 06 Sep 2009 01:19:06


You're catching on!


And a willing audience here, too, it appears.


I went one better and don't even see that. He can post his
ramblings all day long for all I care.
 
 
 

[OT] Turn vertex points on/off, so fragment points turn on/off

Post by Skybuck Fl » Sun, 06 Sep 2009 01:52:21

You seem to forget that there is such a thing as google.

Google will index my postings... and who knows... maybe some day, some where
out there in space ! you might find one of my postings usefull and actually
answers one of your questions ! ;) :)

Bye,
Skybuck.