Deltakosh

Contributing to documentation 101

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Thanks, but looking in that public/ img directory, there is a file, flight_arcade.jpg.  A tutorial ends up in a tutorials directory on the website.  If img was a subdirectory of tutorial when published, then this would not get a 404, http://doc.babylonjs.com/tutorials/img/flight_arcade.jpg.

So is this grunt thing going to do the fix up to where it really is?

FYI, I PRed without a image, and moved on.  The image I was going to do, is of the Encode window of the PVRTexTool.  I am hoping it is going to be improved for WebGL, so I'll wait.

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