[Bf-committers] Reading custom normals from python
montagne29 at wanadoo.fr
Mon May 11 19:07:23 CEST 2015
I do not see the problem? Just compute, read, modify, set custom
normals, compute, read, modify, set, etc.
Le 11/05/2015 18:19, Vicente Carro a écrit :
> Thanks for the answer but I'm not sure if that helps me (anyway I'll try it
> later at home).
> My script should read the custom normals and modify them, and repeat that
> process until the user gets the desired result. So calculating stuff
> doesn't sound what I need. What I mean is, the custom normals shuld not be
> reset/calculated each time the user uses my script, it should rely on the
> previous custom normals.
> On 11 May 2015 at 16:01, Bastien Montagne <montagne29 at wanadoo.fr> wrote:
>> All you have to do is compute loop (split) normals
>> (me.calc_normals_split()), and then read loops' normal member…
>> Le 11/05/2015 17:38, Vicente Carro a écrit :
>>> I've checked all the custom-normals related functions that I found but I
>>> can not find one for simply reading the custom normals of an mesh and I
>>> need it for an script I'm doing to precisely modify the custom normals
>>> (based on their previous values).
>>> Are there python function/s to read the custom normals? Else, how can I
>>> read them?
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