ChadL

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  1. That did it, Thanks!
  2. Here is what I currently have. the only Int with a value higher than 0 is the bottom one, which is set to 65535
  3. I've tried that too. I have 3 int nodes feeding a 3d point node, feeding a set pen color node. AAhhhhh, that is probably the problem, i used 255
  4. Okay, I've been playing with this and I like it. However, now that I got a taste, I want to go deeper. I have been struggling to create a class and assign it line colors and fill colors without having an object to pull that info from. I think the problem is in how I am compiling my RGB values. Right now I have 3 int nodes with my RGB value, then I've tried using a series node, or an ordered list. Nothing I've done so far sets a color.
  5. Thanks, this is super helpful. I played around with this for about 30 minutes yesterday, making me excited again to try to learn marionette.
  6. Thanks, I will play with this.
  7. HI Pat, thanks for the reply. I have done the resource before, I was using this as a project to start learning scripting. Thanks,
  8. I'm not a scripter, and in my limited research I was not able to successfully do this. I want to create a tool (marionette node, vectorscript, anything) that when I run it it will create a series of classes in the active document. I know what I want all those classes to be, just don't know how to make this script. Thanks,
  9. Thank you, this is exactly what I was looking for!
  10. Two questions, both of these questions are for after I convert to object node. 1) Is there a way in marionette to have a drop down menu in the OIP to select the way the network gets inputs. For example, I want to have the option to choose between using a fixed distance, or percentange. Then based on what is selected the network uses the corresponding input node. 2) Is there a way to display information from somewhere in the network back to the OIP. For example, the area or an object created. Thanks, Chad
  11. Is there a work around for this? Or is there a python script that will do this? I do not know python or VS, so any help would be great. Thank.
  12. Is there a way to order the way inputs and outputs show up on a wrapper? For some reason I can't get it to change, and I want them to line up with the order of the nodes on the outside. Thanks, Chad
  13. That was the trick I needed, Thanks!
  14. I am still struggling with how to make an array in 3d space. I am trying to make cubes and stack them. I keep finding that if I get my xyz for the starting point for each cube, and make rectangles to extrude they ignore the z coordinate. This makes sense to me why it doesn't work they are only 2d objects, but I have not been able find the work around. If I create extrude first I don't know how to duplicate array them. Thanks for any help. Chad
  15. I am still struggling with how to make an array in 3d space. I am trying to make cubes and stack them. I keep finding that if I get my xyz for the starting point for each cube, and make rectangles to extrude they ignore the z coordinate. This makes sense to me why it doesn't work they are only 2d objects, but I have not been able find the work around. If I create extrude first I don't know how to duplicate array them. Thanks for any help. Chad