Yeah, there are a lot of them, aren’t there! Originally I wrote a program to run through the composites.txt file and selectivly replace the BP & FMA numbered file name with the anatomical name from that list, but that won’t work with the mesh names, since there’s no correlation between them.
But I think I like your suggestion, it sounds better than trying to select body objects one at a time directly from the 3d view, since that goes real slow on my system; selecting from the outline list works much faster, though I’m not yet familiar with how append works.
So, thanks, I’ll give append a try!
(edit) ok, append works for me, though it’s laborious and, I discovered, somewhat prone to error on my part for really small parts, of which there are a lot! So I’m wondering if there’s a way to:
1.select some particular object at about neck height, (mesh 116 is ok), and get its z-location, and then
2.write a script that would delete any object with less than that z-value for its location?