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Old 08-09-2005, 11:16 AM   #1
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how do I create a Custom Attribute slider?

Hi!

I'm using PEN attribute holder 2 and I would like to add a custom attribute slider (with script)

How can I do that?
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Old 08-09-2005, 11:27 AM   #2
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Hi one way is this:

create a string containing your customAttribute definition and add it to the object:

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-- dummy values theKm=10 realKM=10 -- attrib def start theCustAttr = "theAttribute = attributes CAT_Test (\n" theCustAttr += "parameters main rollout:roTest\n" theCustAttr += " (\n" theCustAttr += " theKm type:#integer ui:theKm default:"+realKm as String+"\n" -- skiped details theCustAttr += " )\n" theCustAttr += " rollout roTest \"Parameters\" \n" theCustAttr += " (\n" theCustAttr += " spinner theKm \"km:\" range:[0, 100000.0, "+realKm as String+"] type:#integer \n" theCustAttr += " )\n" theCustAttr += ")\n" -- attrib def end -- add it to the selected object custAttributes.add $.modifiers[1] (execute(theCustAttr))


This examle adds a spinner, but adjusting it would be easy.
If there is a way without "execute", please post it.


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