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Wiki PDF updated

A little late, but still good to know: Marco Ardito has again updated the PDF version of the Blender Wiki. You can download it here: http://pdf.letworyinteractive.com

The PDF version is a very nice way to have offline access to the Wiki. It has great bookmarks and it looks very good too. If you’re up to it, you could even get yourself a paper copy of it, but then you’ll have to be ready to put 1500 or so pages into your printer :)

As always, enjoy!

/Nathan

Blender Wiki PDF – Manual from January 29th, 2009

Marco Ardito has sent me a new version of the Manual PDF, which is based on the wiki. This version brings Blender Manual PDF up-to-date with 2009.01.29.

Again a big thanks to Marco Ardito for his efforts.

Blender Wiki PDFs – December 2008

The PDF updates seem to become a nice monthly deal! Marco has uploaded new versions of 4 PDF files:

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Updated Wiki PDFs by Marco Ardito for Blender 2.48a

Again Marco Ardito has been working hard on getting new versions of his Wiki PDFs. After more tweaking, he has managed to drop the size of the manual pdf to 25MB. Compare that to the size of the first PDF he created, which was a whopping 86MB! Enjoy reading the new PDFs!

Wiki PDFs: Manual, Reference, Scripts Catalog, Release Log

Marco Ardito has been working hard on getting improved versions of his Wiki PDFs, along with a few extra. He managed to drop the size and page number of the manual pdf to 51MB over almost 1300 pages:
 

Updated Blender Wiki PDF

Marco Ardito has uploaded an updated and improved PDF of the Blender Wiki.  The PDF has all images converted to 100% JPEGs and weighs at 52MB. There are 1700+ pages to browse through!

Download the PDF here!

/Nathan