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Stephan Moenninghoff

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  1. @Zeno I just tried and succeeded. Maybe try again in a bit?
  2. Update your custom lights. There was a bug when converting IES-based lights. I think it's fixed but the fix may not be in yet.
  3. Yes, unwrapping is necessary only for debugging. I needed to find out which node was causing the error.
  4. I don't know what exctly is causing this. If I unwrap the object node and run the command I get an error pointing to a divide node. Apparently, the unit conversion is acting up and something is getting divided by zero. If I change units to m and then back to mm and rewrap the network and convert to an object node, everything runs without issue. I didn't write the unit conversion node. It is one I collected off the old forum.
  5. Ah, interesting. I'm on a short break right now. Will look into it shortly. Thanks for the heads up, Bert!
  6. Is this latest discussion slightly off topic? I didn't start this thread so maybe I should keep quiet but it could be useful to have this thread for discussions about the *aesthetics* rather than core functionality.
  7. I take it, you have scripted that node yourself? If that's the case, I'm out of my depth. perhaps someone else can comment.
  8. I haven't tried to do this with Marionette but I think the "Get Record Field" node is going to help.
  9. You can do that easily by creating a Worksheet that lists the Spaces. Right-click a Space's row header and choose "Select object".
  10. You are trying to set a viewport's opacity. That's interesting. A VP cannot have direct opacity. You can give the VP a fill colour and put it into a class and set that class to an opacity. I don't think you can give the whole VP an opacity that will pass that opacity on to everything that is contained within.
  11. I don't think that an odd number makes sense here. The offered solution was for an even number of sides.

 

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