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Poser Python Scripting F.A.Q (Last Updated: 2024 Apr 26 1:10 pm)

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Check out the new Poser Python Wish List thread. If you have an idea for a script, jot it down and maybe someone can write it. If you're looking to write a script, check out this thread for useful suggestions.

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You can now attach text files to your posts to pass around scripts. Just attach the script as a txt file like you would a jpg or gif. Since the forum will use a random name for the file in the link, you should give instructions on what the file name should be and where to install it. Its a good idea to usually put that info right in the script file as well.

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Subject: Calling "Remove Detached Nodes" Wacro in a Script

Iuvenis_Scriptor ( ) posted Sat, 09 March 2024 at 12:11 AM · edited Fri, 19 July 2024 at 12:14 PM

I'm trying to write a script that moves around a few node connections and automatically deletes any nodes orphaned by the process.  I've located the script called by the "Remove Detached Nodes" wacro button, but so far, I haven't been able to get the programmatic call to have any effect.

My code looks like this:

for material in materials:

      //do some stuff that's not relevant here

      clear = poser.AppLocation()+"\Runtime\Python\poserScripts\Wacros\"

If anyone has any guidance as to what I'm doing wrong, I would greatly appreciate it.  Thanks in advance!

EVargas ( ) posted Sat, 09 March 2024 at 8:38 AM

Hi, try escaping or inverting the slashes, I tested your lines "clear" and "poser.Exec" here and changing to this made the script run for me, with message "please select a material":


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Iuvenis_Scriptor ( ) posted Tue, 19 March 2024 at 1:03 PM

Escaping did the trick.  Thanks!

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