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On 08/10/2012 at 08:23, xxxxxxxx wrote:
as you can see in the "attached" file, the python __rmul__ is not always correct. Ie. I am suspecting it is the __rmul__, as I can zero-out the offset manually and not use the __rmul__ and then it works fine.
I really don't know, what could go wrong in this example and how this is related to the spline in use. When you start it, you have a camera which is not aligned to the spline. Looking into the XPresso, you can see, that the __rmul__ seems to return a wrong result. The same code as COFFEE works fine.
If you switch the spline "This Spline Breaks Python _rmul_" in the XPresso by the "Spline ok", it also works fine. If you use the COFFEE code (re-wire XPresso), it also always works fine.
So, here something somehow goes wrong.
PS: Its really unfortunate, that we can't attach anything here. The linked example won't be there forever, so this post is soon useless. I really can't explain how to get to this "setup", so attaching a "working wrong" example seems the only way here.