Stud.io Editor by Bricklink


Stud.io Editor by Bricklink
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Have you come along this page on BL:

http://www.bricklink.com/v2/article_view.page?id=1009

Do you know on what library it is based on?
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(2016-10-29, 23:15)Gerald Lasser Wrote: Have you come along this page on BL:

http://www.bricklink.com/v2/article_view.page?id=1009

Do you know on what library it is based on?

Looks like a derivative of MECABRICKS.

Mecabricks does not use the LDraw library. I believe its using a proprietary library which is better suited for rendering than LDraw but much smaller than LDraw's because its updated mainly by the owner Nicolas 'SCRUBS' Jarraud.
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At first I thought so as well, but MECABRICKs is, afaik, purely an online editor. The description of this reads like it is offline, i.e. a desktop application.

And I don't know if a limited library would make sense for BL.

Is there a way to compare the libraries of MB and LDraw in terms of part?
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Stud.io and Mecabricks are not supposed to have anything in common. They did not get in touch with me. Their previous project MOC Builder was using the ldraw part library if i remember correctly.
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(2016-10-31, 10:36)Nicolas Wrote: Stud.io and Mecabricks are not supposed to have anything in common. They did not get in touch with me. Their previous project MOC Builder was using the ldraw part library if i remember correctly.

Thanks for this first hand information.

BTW, I did not get a download link yet.
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Did anyone on this forum Download Stud.io for Windows and can describe how it is look from the LDraw site ?!!
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(2016-12-15, 11:37)Jarema Wrote: Did anyone on this forum Download Stud.io for Windows and can describe how it is look from the LDraw site ?!!

I (very) briefly used the closed beta version a couple of weeks ago. But, what exactly do you mean with your question, I don't get it?
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