Im trying to get this command to work
[IPress,Tool:Masking:Mask By Intensity]
after I load and apply a texture (which works)
any idea why it will not mask by intensity?
Code:[IButton,Play,"Press to play", [IReset,,4.0] [IConfig,4.0] [FileNameSetNext,"C:\test.obj"][IPress,Tool:Import] [FileNameSetNext,"C:\test.jpg"][IPress,Texture:Import] [IPress,Tool:Texture Map:TextureMap] [IUnPress,PopUp:test] [IPress,Tool:Masking:Mask By Intensity] [ISet,Tool:Deformation:Inflat,100] [FileNameSetNext,"C:\test.obj"][FileNameSetNext,"C:\test.obj"][IPress,Tool:Export] ]/*End of ZScript*/
That worked OK for me. I did change the texture popup line to:
but as you said that the texture was being applied correctly that obviously wasn't a problem for you. I used a texture that is just black and white to see clearly the masking and also repeated the deformation>inflat a couple of times so that the difference between the masked area and the deformation showed up well.
I don't mean to hijack this thread but I have a question similar to this.
What about a confirmation that the "enter" action is to cancel? If you press "enter" on the Merge Subtool Down confirmation of "This is not an undoable action" it does not continue.
I am sorry. My question was worded awkwardly.
For dialogs where "Enter" is cancel (like Merge Subtool Down) I can't seem to find a keystroke that is "Ok." I did try a bunch. Space, CRTL + Enter, Arrows, all that still Cancels. I was wondering if there is a keystroke (or another way) to chose "Ok" in that situation.