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Old 06-01-2003, 07:12 PM   #1
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Default Another FREE script for you all:)

Check out this thread where I explain the script in detail:)

http://forum.simplymaya.com/showthre...5759#post25759


ENJOY!!!
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Old 06-01-2003, 08:19 PM   #2
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Nice to have some life in this forum as well
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Now *this* is more like it! My inner technical director is happy now.
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WOW!

Thanks man!

That's means a LOT comin from you!
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You think too highly of me... :p
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hehe...

Hey, by the way...
Maybe I should start a new thread with this question....but...

I want to be able to record the steps of making a particle system for the next tut I'm doing, and that works fine, untill I get to the part when I want to apply an expression to a newly-added attribute like spriteTwist or even rgbPP or whatever.

Even with Echo all Comm. turned ON, I don't see what I just created in the script editor?
(actually, I just tried it, and it worked! weird!!!) sorry...

But for future reference, are there some things that the script editor will not report?

If so, where can I find a list of non-shown things?

If this is WAY to broad of a question, don't worry, I'll ask whenever a more specific problem arrises anyway
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