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Old 28th August 2014, 01:42   #1  |  Link
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Deen parameters?

What exactly are each of these numbers and what do they effect?

Deen("a3d",4,15,15,20)
Deen("c3d",0,9,9)

I know what the second and third numbers are for I think (blending) but the first and 4th I don't fully understand what their for. Could someone fill me in on what these 4 numbers do so I fully understand them and their usage better. I still have the older deen where w3d and w2d modes are still in it.

I am not using the newer one or I'd know what all the parameters do and are for because of wiki. functions like rad= don't exist in the version I'm using. I don't wish to update it either if I dont have to because of the w2d and w3d modes being in it.
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Old 28th August 2014, 02:07   #2  |  Link
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Take a look at the wiki page Deen beta 2, this version also includes a readme.
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Old 28th August 2014, 03:24   #3  |  Link
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Take a look at the wiki page Deen beta 2, this version also includes a readme.
Thanks, I couldn't find that for the older one!

I'm afraid the ti is still a bit confusing as to what it means though.

Would ti be better off at 2 or 20? whats the difference?

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