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A Walking Lawsuit

Mark Schmidt

It began with a simple question: How difficult is it to make the <redacted name of a famous fictional armored vehicle made a long time ago in a studio far far away> walk correctly with Thermal Desktop® articulators? I felt this was a very good question, and I was lucky to be the chosen one for it. I set aside my task of herding nerfs to give it a try. That didn’t work, so I decided to either do or do not, and that’s when things really came together.

Webinar: Introducing OpenTD

Tuesday May 21, 2019, 2pm MT (1pm PT, 4pm ET)

If you are an advanced user with programming skills, or a third-party application developer, you'll want to learn about OpenTD. OpenTD allows you to automate many of the tasks currently performed interactively using Thermal Desktop's Graphical User Interface (GUI). OpenTD gives you the tools to programmatically create, query, edit, delete, and run models. You can use any .NET language to interact with OpenTD (C#, VB .NET, F#, etc.) or any system that can load .NET assemblies such as Matlab or Python.

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