wajdyf

05-01-2006, 11:30 AM

Hello,

I am facing a problem with expression node evaluation .

a simple expression like pSphere1.tx=pCube1.tx; will evaluate real time (no problem)

bearing in mind that the "Evalution" drop down menu is set to "Always".

but an expression like :

float $x1[]=`xform -q -ws -t curve1.cv[6]`;

float $x2[]=`xform -q -ws -t curve2.cv[6]`;

float $xf[];

$xf[0]=($x1[0]-$x2[0])*0.5+$x2[0];

$xf[1]=($x1[1]-$x2[1])*0.5+$x2[1];

$xf[2]=($x1[2]-$x2[2])*0.5+$x2[2];

pSphere1.translateX=$xf[0];

pSphere1.translateY=$xf[1];

pSphere1.translateZ=$xf[2];

which is also not that complex , and is connected to an attribute or in this case multiple attrs, will not evaluate untill the time have changed , (scrubing).

MY Question: How do I make my expression nodes evaluate realtime, regardless of their content.

something a bit more stable than scriptJob.

Thank You

I am facing a problem with expression node evaluation .

a simple expression like pSphere1.tx=pCube1.tx; will evaluate real time (no problem)

bearing in mind that the "Evalution" drop down menu is set to "Always".

but an expression like :

float $x1[]=`xform -q -ws -t curve1.cv[6]`;

float $x2[]=`xform -q -ws -t curve2.cv[6]`;

float $xf[];

$xf[0]=($x1[0]-$x2[0])*0.5+$x2[0];

$xf[1]=($x1[1]-$x2[1])*0.5+$x2[1];

$xf[2]=($x1[2]-$x2[2])*0.5+$x2[2];

pSphere1.translateX=$xf[0];

pSphere1.translateY=$xf[1];

pSphere1.translateZ=$xf[2];

which is also not that complex , and is connected to an attribute or in this case multiple attrs, will not evaluate untill the time have changed , (scrubing).

MY Question: How do I make my expression nodes evaluate realtime, regardless of their content.

something a bit more stable than scriptJob.

Thank You