On 11/09/2016 at 23:28, xxxxxxxx wrote:
when I want to disable an object , do something with it , then re-enable it with the same script , the result I get is the same if the first (disable ) wasn't there , so I have to make another script to complete the first script job .
another example , is when I set the target of pose morph = obj , then make the target = none (to clear the field , if it is not the correct way , please let me know ) in one code , the result is the same if I removed the part of the target = obj , so I have to make separate script , and every thing works fine .
what I want to know , is there an order of operations in the python code ? or it is just from top to bottom , I tried to arrange my code , so the part I want to compile first is in the beginning and the other part in the end , but this seems to not work , so is there is a workaround to this problem without having to do many scripts ?
if it is necessary I can provide the code I am working with ,