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I hope I can fill the whole list as school starts in a week. Also, to keep the points’ global position and only the axis moves to the center of the points, we add “center” to it. So some plugins and scripts might have to be modified somewhat to work on R GetAbsPos the object’s position for i, p in enumerate points: Depending on your system: What we’ll find is a list of all classes and functions that are in the module. This thread is some kind of workshop. Python in R12 contains no built-in module called c4d.

Forum Permissions You cannot post new topics in this forum You cannot reply to topics in this forum You cannot delete your posts in this forum You cannot edit your posts in this forum You cannot create polls in this forum You cannot vote in polls in this forum. It will be located at [http: Now we only need to set the object’s position and it’s points. Here we can find our methods with “point” in their names, yippey! MessageDialog “The name of a sphere object in your language is: The next tutorial will show you how the documentation is used, in general.

We now have to find out the dimensions of the object in order to find it’s center. The vector class allows us to add, subtrate, multiply and even divide with vectors.

The best place to start is the [Python Tutorial] http: This thread is some kind of workshop. Depending on your system: If you don’t understand something in the docs or have questions because there’s something not working, go to the [plugincafe] http: GetAbsPos the object’s position for i, p in enumerate points: And if so, what would be a simple example for getting that boolean value or any other value, for that matter from xpresso into the Python Generator or Python Tag?

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MessageDialog “The name of a sphere object in your language is: In the example from the docs, it’s Ocube.

But there is nothing about points in this list! I hope I can fill the whole list as school starts in a week.

P We also don’t create a new list of points, we can use the old one. GetAllPoints main Now we’re safe that the script will only run when the user selects an object we can work with, otherwise we’ll tell the user about the problem. Again, copy-paste and execute. You cannot post new topics in this forum You cannot reply to topics in this forum You cannot delete your posts in this forum You cannot edit your posts in this forum You cannot create polls in this forum You cannot vote in polls in this forum.

The list of tutorials: This thread has been automatically closed as it remained inactive for 12 months. Maybe I mixed up some of the terms, or maybe I don’t know the right place to look for help.

In this part of the tutorial we’re taking a look at how classes are documented in the Py4D documentation. Download the tarball and use the[i] setup.

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The indentation of the class-names show their inheritance. We also need to tell the object and cinema that something has changed.

The built-in function type will gives us the class of an instance. It’s a list of all public methods the class provides.

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How to use the Py4D pt4d – Part 1 Overview and Cinemz GetAllPoints returns a list of points vectors. After clicking the appropriate result should be at the bottom: EventAdd main Check out [this link] http: Also, to keep the points’ global position and only the axis moves cineam the center of the points, we add “center” to it.

I thought Py4D comes preinstalled with R On the index-site, we can find this screen: Can I get the xpresso working together with Python? Take a look into your console. The actual documentation about Py4D The top link is about the main module, the others are submodules.

When you want to interact with Cinema 4D, you almost always need to import the Cinema 4D module.

Python in R12 contains no built-in module called c4d. If you wish to continue the discussion, please create a new thread in the appropriate forum. Test it for both buttons, click Yes and then No. This is all correct, you dont mix up the terms.

So just use c4d. The [Py4D documentation] http: Unfortunately I am really busy with school at the moment. That has to be the right place to check, because I’m It’s the CPython 2.