I have some shape keys on an object. What I want to be able to do is very simple;
1-Get the first key in the list and set it’s value to one,
2-Invoke the “Duplicate for Editing” command and get a clean copy of it
3-Move on to the next shape key and repeat through.
My problem is that the duplicated object that is created becomes the active object and since I can’t point to an object variable in “bpy.ops.object.object_duplicate_flatten_modifiers()”, the object created out in the first iteration gets clean duplicated over and over… I’m helpless
Here’s my code:
import bpy ob=bpy.context.object shape_key = ob.data.shape_keys kbloks = shape_key.key_blocks for shape in kbloks: ob.select = True shape.value = 1 bpy.ops.object.object_duplicate_flatten_modifiers() shape.value = 0
Could anyone help me please?