[Sidefx-houdini-list] aligning copies
cm at dneg.com
Thu Jun 7 12:39:46 EDT 2007
..If they're all in a straight line, you can load the widths into chops,
and use an area chop to accumulate the offsets.
I've sent an example hip to your gmail - does this mailing list accept
zoran arizanovic wrote:
> this would work I think if I would be copying same objects but I need to
> check which object gets copied and then shift template point that next
> gets placed right beside previous and they are not the same !?
> On 6/7/07, Abdul-Kareem Abo-Namous <anamous at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Could you append a transform SOP and set the pivot to something like
>> $BBY/2, $BBZ/2? Or am I misunderstanding the challenge?
>> On 6/7/07, zoran arizanovic <zoran.arizanovic at gmail.com> wrote:
>> > Hi
>> > I am copying multiple object through one switch with
>> > fit01(rand($PT),0,(opninputs("../switch1"))) on stamp so they get
>> > placed
>> > problem I have is that all inputs into switch sop have different
>> > boxes and I would like them to align one side by side each other?
>> > So I need to have my template grid for copy sop shifting points
>> > on
>> > size of the object that gets copied on a that particular point?
>> > I dont know if this is doable I have bounds of boxes and their center
>> > points
>> > but now I am stuck :)
>> > thanks
>> > z
>> > --
>> > Zoran Arizanovic
>> > http://arizanovic.blogspot.com/
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