On 19/03/2018 at 19:33, xxxxxxxx wrote:
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I'm working with lots of takes and objects.
Sometimes I make mistakes or take too long to set it up.
So I'm going to use Python to simplify this.
I do not know what function to use when I look at the document.
Which function should I use?
On 20/03/2018 at 03:50, xxxxxxxx wrote:
welcome to the Plugin Café forums
Did you see our example scripts for the take system?
For example the takesystem_CubeOverride.py script should already roughly do, what you are looking for.
Furthermore our C++ documentation contains a bunch of articles (we call them manuals) about the take system. While of course in C++ most code snippets are probably short and simple enough to easily make use of them in Python as well.
On 20/03/2018 at 05:41, xxxxxxxx wrote:
Just realized you were cross-posting this question in C4DCafe.
I'd kindly ask you not to do this or if doing so, at least leave a link to the other cross posts. The problem is, several people might be redundantly investing time on your request.
On 20/03/2018 at 23:11, xxxxxxxx wrote:
Thanks for the reply
I'm studying examples you gave me.
I understand what you mean.
So I deleted the article in c4dcafe.