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Old 13th August 2003, 06:37 AM   #2
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Default Re: important - change to AC3D file format

Since incrementing the AC3D file version in the header causes older versions of AC3D to reject the file AND the fact that adding just the crease line doesn't force rejection (older versions will simply print 'ignoring crease') - I have decided to not increment the file version.

This means that new files will still have AC3Db as the header, and objects may have the crease attribute.

If you have written an AC3D file loader correctly, this should not cause problems.

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