Thanks to you new users who’ve brought attention to some website problems! Just going to the website for the first time in a long time, I found the sponsorship link hasn’t been updated since @RiccardoBlb worked on that: https://jmonkeyengine.org/sponsor/
I was searching for 2 days for a grass or vegetation sample , so found this on wiki but no link is provided , I searched git & cannot find it , if you know an example of grass(spatial & not a material) I would appreciate if you please share it
I am just giving a clue that I was getting confused for about 10 minutes because of this line , when I skipped it to the bullets below , I have found that this line should be a TIP(FACT) OR a TITLE which is a real overalldescription of the whole procedure that should not be inserted in between the discretedescription.
and to put some more confusion into the mix:
the german word “index” also has 2 plurals: “indexe” and “indizes/indices”, but you cannot randomly pick one of them, instead if by “index” you refer to a list of forbidden stuff for example, then the plural is “indexe”, however if by “index” you mean what we as programmers usually mean (along the lines of “a single position”) then the plural is indices
As has been discussed, in english both “indexes” and “indices” is valid. As a native english speaker, I grew up with “indices” and always hated it. I prefer simpler plurals and will use them whenever they are legal… so I always say: indexex, vertexes, etc…
While we’re on the subject, it’s also valid english to say ‘octopuses’, ‘pegasuses’, ‘syllabuses’, etc… No need to do the silly ‘syllabi’ BS. Both are valid. One is simpler. Doesn’t come up as often in 3D graphics, though.