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JimJamG

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    Jamie
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    Bradshaw

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  • C4D
    R16.050 Studio
  1. Hi all. Is there any reason why C4D doesn't have 'Plane' as part of the User Data types? By planes, I mean the drop-down option where you can chose between XY, YZ, XZ planes. Thanks, Jamie
  2. For anyone interested, I've resolved this now. I simply forgot to add the last line of code (oops). Here is the Python Generator code that does what I was trying to do: def main(): myParentNull = c4d.BaseObject(c4d.Onull) myDefObj = c4d.BaseObject(1021280) #1021280 = Squash And Stretch Deform Object myDefObj.InsertUnder(myParentNull) myFieldNull = c4d.BaseObject(c4d.Onull) myFieldNull.InsertUnder(myParentNull) myFieldObj = c4d.BaseObject(c4d.Flinear) myFieldObj.InsertUnder(myFieldNull) myFieldLayer = c4d.modules.mograph.FieldLayer(c4d.FLfield) myFiel
  3. Thanks Havealot. I asked on the MAXON site too, but as I'm new to Python I wasn't sure where would be the best place to ask. I do have someone there that is currently helping me (I need to use FieldLists and FieldLayers). I'm a little closer to solving the issue now with this code: def main(): myParentNull = c4d.BaseObject(c4d.Onull) myDefObj = c4d.BaseObject(1021280) #1021280 = Squash And Stretch Deform Object myDefObj.InsertUnder(myParentNull) myFieldNull = c4d.BaseObject(c4d.Onull) myFieldNull.InsertUnder(myParentNull) myFieldObj = c4d.BaseObject(c4d.Fl
  4. Hi all. I am new to python and I'm looking for help with assigning a field object to a deformer's falloff within a Python Generator. So for example I set up the objects like this: myParentNull = c4d.BaseObject(c4d.Onull) myFieldObj = c4d.BaseObject(c4d.Flinear) myModObj = c4d.BaseObject(1021280) #1021280 = Squash And Stretch Deform Object myFieldObj.InsertUnder(myParentNull) ... I then hoped that this would achieve what I was after, but it looks like this isn't the way to assign the field object (it doesn't work) myModObj[c4d.FIELDS] = myFieldObj Can anyone
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