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Old 03 March 2013   #16
The only big difference is the script controller just returns 0.
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Old 03 March 2013   #17
Originally Posted by PEN: The only big difference is the script controller just returns 0.

right. my notification in the script is unnecessary... if so there is an idea... i don't have to check it now but... what if we use as a 'fake' controller just an instance of any target's float controller from transform... x_ position for example...
 
Old 03 March 2013   #18
That could probably work unless they change the controller and it breaks it. I have a thought on how to hide it and want to see if it will work. If I create a #maxObject parameter and place a nodeTransformMonitor in it that doesn't reference a node. Then on the NTM I add a custom attribute def with the script controller on a track in it it can't be seen but I have not tested if it will trigger the update or not. I do this all the time for storing more complex data sets.
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