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    Question Documentation of the MCE standard?

    Is there some sort of documentation for each and all the commands and other keywords of the MCE standard, like somthing with articles explaining each one, including examples, "see also" etc? (i don't mean just commented code, i mean actual documentation)
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    There is a list of each and all the commands and other keywords here, with the default values and how many times you should use them:

    http://sixense.com/forum/vbulletin/s...eate-new-mces)

    But that's not really what you are after.

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    Unfortunately no. Most of them are pretty self explanatory. Do you have any questions in particular? I'll try and get some documentation soon.
    Danny Woodall
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    I was thinking about trying to make a GUI program for creating MCEs in VB; I'll probably never get it done, but having the documentation (you could even make it a wiki so people can help improve it as they figure things out) would probably help other people get there faster anyway.
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    The latest MotionCreator 2 beta build has thorough help documentation.
    Danny Woodall
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    Our STEM System Kickstarter project has been funded! More information at
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