|06 June 2007||#1|
Join Date: Feb 2007
It appears to me that when one creates a NURB object in MEL one can specify its location (via the pivot point flag, "-p"), yet one cannot do that with a polygon object. Does anybody know of a way to create a poly at a particular position?
Also, is there a flag to add endcaps to a polyCylinder?
|06 June 2007||#2|
If there is a way to position a polygonal object from the command you're using to create it, then it is undocumented. As far as I can tell, there is no way to position a polyCylinder using the polyCylinder command. But you could always do something like this:
string $cylinder = `polyCylinder`;
xform -ws -t xpos ypos zpos $cylinder;
or the one line version:
xform -ws -t xpos ypos zpos `polyCylinder`;
As for your question about cylinder end caps. Again if there is a way to do it, it's not documented.
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