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Page Redesign?

Hey Deluxe Designs. What do you have planned for this page? Are you doing a total redesign, or just some cleanup? Please let us know what you have in mind. Do I not update links or can I do those as I find them? I don't want to overwrite what you are doing, nor do I want to waste time if what you have planned willl wipe out what I do here. Thanks. - porkypine 11:42, 18 March 2009

  • Personally, I think the priority should be on actually filling in the Create section - making sure each tutorial has a page, that each page has details on tools required, what the tutorial's for, prerequisites, skill level, and followups - and then organizing the navigation sections so users can find the tutorials they need. The actual main page for the tutorials section, IMO, doesn't need much, if any work at this point - at least, not near as much as the tutorials and individual navigation/section pages themselves. -HystericalParoxysm 14:35, 18 March 2009 (CDT)

Animation Tutorials

Hi HP  :0) , Do you think animation tutorials should have their own grouping or should they just be mixed in with the rest of the modding tutorials? Personally, I'd like them broken out into their own sub section. - porkypine 21:32, 18 March 2009

  • Are there enough of them to warrant their own section? Would they all fit better under a pre-existing section, such as object modding? - whiterider 08:36, 19 March 2009 (CDT)
    • I think there's a couple of them at least - Animesh, a couple older methods which aren't necessarily object modding, just creating new animations in general. They could probably have their own section, which is linked in object modding or any other section where it'd be applicable. - HystericalParoxysm 12:07, 19 March 2009 (CDT)
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