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Old 01-09-2012, 08:10 AM
Andy Andy is offline
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setParent with child of a 3dMax model

I have a 3dmax model with some subnodes and I want to set another node as a child of one of this subnodes.

I have a simple example file, why is the ball place in the center of the model and not in the center of the subnode? In Vizard 3 it works correctly. Any idea?

import viz


ball = viz.add('ball.wrl')
node = viz.add('testChilddNode_4.IVE')

subNode1 = node.getChild('Quader02-GEODE')
subNode2 = node.getChild('Quader03-GEODE')


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Old 01-09-2012, 05:28 PM
farshizzo farshizzo is offline
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I ran your script and I get the same results with Vizard 3 and 4. The ball is centered around the small box at the top. Where are you expecting the ball to be positioned?
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Old 01-10-2012, 01:13 AM
Andy Andy is offline
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I have found the problem. I have a global config 'vozcore.cfg' an set 'viz.model.optimize = 1 '. If I do this, the ball is center around the big box at the bottom, if I set it to 0 it works like it should.
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