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Copy the startup.blend and userprefs.blend from the old computer to the new one. For the location of the prefs file read: Where is the startup file stored? Also on the windows version export your keyboard configuration and load it on the linux box. Lastly, make sure that all of the addons you were using in the default setup are available and installed on the ...


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All you need is to go to the Blender.org website and there should be a big "Download" with the name of the most recent version. Just click that and it will take you to a download page where you select your operating system. If it doesn't ask it might detect what you have already. You most likely have 32 bit so if it asks for "16 bit or 32 bit&...


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In version 2.8 this setting is now under Edit -> Preferences -> Interface -> Resolution Scale


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Here, try this: As Eric pointed out in the comments, the secret here is a Voronai texture set to "distance to edge". I used ColorRamps to remove all the grayscale and leave only black outlines. I made a large, medium, and small set of cracks and mixed them together. I then used this combo as a main image (BaseColor), as a basis for a normal map, ...


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(1) Should I render with the CPU or GPU? If you have a powerful GPU with enough memory to handle the scene, it is preferable to use the GPU or a combination of CPU and GPU. The NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 is a high-end GPU, at the time of writing, which will significantly improve render performance compared to CPU only. (2) Are there any downsides with ...


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