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by trueBlue
19 Jan 2010, 15:49
Forum: Repositorium
Topic: tS7.6.1 Link Editor Navigator Aspect Toolbar
Replies: 12
Views: 4210

Re: tS7.6.1 Link Editor Navigator Toolbar

You are welcome and thanks. Unglue: With your Glued/Grouped/Parent/3D Encapsulated object selected, you can use your keyboard Down arrow key to select the first object (Child) and then use the Right arrow key to select the next object. When the object is selected press the Unglue button or you can u...
by trueBlue
18 Jan 2010, 20:08
Forum: Animation
Topic: exporting to .avi format
Replies: 23
Views: 4287

Re: exporting to .avi format

Are you able to Play the completed animation in the Animation Editor?

For Workspace's Render to File
Make sure whatever folder you use is created and empty first.
by trueBlue
18 Jan 2010, 19:31
Forum: TechForum
Topic: Stage Copy
Replies: 3
Views: 860

Re: Stage Copy

Have you tried the jScript Macro Recorder on your selected object? Select your Object Start the jScript Macro Recorder Select the Copy icon Move the object Stop the jScript Macro Recorder Select the Start button on the created script however many times you need to duplicate it. Note: You might have ...
by trueBlue
18 Jan 2010, 19:15
Forum: Repositorium
Topic: Face to Face Object Snapping
Replies: 19
Views: 4547

Re: Face to Face Object Snapping

Well for me before I added this command to your script (see capture), the script was changing from Face Selection to Point Selection. So when I was wanting to use your tool more then once, I had to switch to Face Selection again. I understand about the pivotParent object only showing during installa...
by trueBlue
18 Jan 2010, 16:13
Forum: TechForum
Topic: Global Position
Replies: 2
Views: 639

Re: Global Position

Not sure if this is what your after but if you use the Background widget on a selected object you can rotate and center the view on that selected object. Works in Model and Workspace. Middle Mouse Button - Select + Drag = Rotate (World center or Selected object) Middle Mouse Button - Double click = ...
by trueBlue
18 Jan 2010, 14:43
Forum: Repositorium
Topic: Face to Face Object Snapping
Replies: 19
Views: 4547

Re: Face to Face Object Snapping

This is great Clinton! Thank you!
Since this is a Face to Face Snap tool, I have two suggestions:

1.) Add a script at the end of your chain of scripts that runs this command:
Node.Value('/Preferences/Mesh Editor Settings','PE selection mode') = 'face'

2.) Make the pivotParent Invisible.
by trueBlue
18 Jan 2010, 03:30
Forum: Work in Progress
Topic: Jan 2010 MMC - Untitled Still
Replies: 23
Views: 3486

Re: Jan 2010 MMC - Untitled Still

Awesome work Tahnoak! Sorry to barge in on your thread. @ Marcel: Can you create another thread explaining all these problems that you have noticed in tS761? With regards to losing the image location for HDRI from a saved SCN. I do not experience this problem. Perhaps because I am using tS761 on Vis...
by trueBlue
18 Jan 2010, 03:07
Forum: Truespace Workspace
Topic: ModelSide Keyframes to Workspace
Replies: 7
Views: 3568

tS7.6.1 Model Keyframes to Workspace Keyframes

tS7.6.1 Model Keyframes to Workspace Keyframes Here is a Demo scene and video showing it's use. Make sure the Bridge is set to ON. Connect the Cylinder's WldMatrix to the Cube's Matrix. Select the Cube. Select the script's button for each Keyframe you want to transfer/Record. It was not necessary to...
by trueBlue
18 Jan 2010, 00:26
Forum: Truespace Workspace
Topic: ModelSide Keyframes to Workspace
Replies: 7
Views: 3568

Re: ModelSide Keyframes to Workspace

Like this:
tSBridge.SuggestTSStateByAlias("FirstFrameButton")
by trueBlue
17 Jan 2010, 20:19
Forum: Repositorium
Topic: Object Visibility Toggle
Replies: 27
Views: 4316

Re: Object Visibility Toggle

Sorry Clinton, I tried several times with no luck with a toggling script. The best I could come with is two scripts, one for Visible and another for Invisible. Wouldn't it be better to have two buttons for your toolbar? BTW... you might want to change the description on your web page for the Un Look...