how to control more atributes with one control?

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  09 September 2006
how to control more atributes with one control?

how to control more atributes with one control?

For example one float slider to control the translate t and x values of a sphere?
 
  09 September 2006
Maybe you could do it with an expression?

pSphere1.tx = floatSlider.value (or something similar?)
pSphere1.tz = floatSlider.value

Don't remember if you can use the connection editor with UI elements.

Or you could try the connectAttr command.
connectAttr "floatSlider.value" "pSphere.tx";

I can't remember the syntax here and I have no time to check it out. ( just waiting for a playblast ), but look up the connectAttr command and other Attr commands.
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  09 September 2006
Or you could use a dragAttrContext and attach to the attributes you want to edit. Here is one connected to trans X and Y of a sphere.

Quote: dragAttrContext myDragAttrContext;
dragAttrContext -edit -connectTo pSphere1.translateX -connectTo pSphere1.translateY myDragAttrContext;
setToolTo myDragAttrContext;
 
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