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At 7:16am on September 24, 2010, Marc Chaumier said…
Félicitation pour la traduction, je viens d'avoir la nouvelle version... Comment fais-tu pour les termes techniques, pratiques-tu la 3D?
At 7:26am on September 10, 2010, Marc Chaumier said…
Ah! Tu es donc traductrice?... Free lance ou salariée chez McNeel? Bon, ce n'est pas un interrogatoire, mais je suis curieux de savoir comment ces choses se font. Et puis, une petite brise de Molière pour réchauffer cet océan Shakespearien ... ;o)
At 12:51am on September 10, 2010, Marc Chaumier said…
Hi, frenchy, I believed I was alone in France to use nXt... ;o)
 
 
 

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