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Blender is free (open source), runs on Windows, is available for download. It has a Freestyle mode, which you can activate in the render settings. Once activated, it will give outlines to objects. If shadows are too realistic, you can turn them off in the lamp settings. Making the lamp brighter does not necessarily affect the object, because it depends on ...


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Blender is a tremendously powerful 3D editor/creator for multiple platforms. Of course, with great power comes great responsibility / learning curve. Blender was created by sofware engineers to convert 3D imagery to motion pictures (generic term) aka, animation. As part of the feature set you can export your 3D creations in a multiple of file types. One ...


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If the goal is data recovery then in-place repairs are not recommended. If you decide to try anyway, first clone the drive using something like ddrescue. This is my fist and final warning ;) Initial notes There is no way to repair a severely damaged file system in-place for the purpose of data recovery! First, if MFT is damaged there realistically is no way ...


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I found Graphviz to be a wonderful solution, especially since you don't have to worry about where things are (though you can), you just worry about the information that it conveys. The only catch is it's not very easy to install on windows (and to be honest GVEdit isn't that great). The best workaround is to use a different tool compatible with the "dot&...


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Another free option is www.emathhelp.net


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