On Fri, Jan 7, 2011 at 8:11 AM, Marc Paré <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Le 2011-01-07 11:06, Marc Paré a écrit :
I have updated the file with incorporated instructions here:
Let me know what you think.
Sorry for all of these postings. I have also added the LibreOffice Paper
Aiplane idea to the marketing ideas page here:
BTW ... my airplane is still focussed on education. As far as flight ... you
need to practice a bit with it. It does fly! If you can think of any
refinement to the concept let us know.
this is nifty! Much cooler than a conventional brochure.
Here's another design that looks
on the video, the folds don't require guidelines, but doesn't preclude
them either. The tail assembly could be a metaphor for the ability of
LibO applications to operate separately. Just a thought; it doesn't
make sense to get sidetracked/bikeshedded into just the right design.
Marc, I don't get that design refinement is the issue, but rather
advice on how to launch. Do you launch vertically? I was trying to
throw the plane horizontally.
It'd be cool if the writing all got folded inside and the final
product had a sleek look with tasty graphics elements.
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