I am pretty new what concerns python in blender and there is one inconvenience that I
encountered. There is some code:
def main(): objects = Blender.Object.GetSelected() target_m = cloneNMesh(objects.getData(0, 0)) target_m.transform(objects.getMatrix()) target_m.verts = 0 target_m.update() #NMesh.PutRaw(target_m, "ok", 1) this works but I don't want a new mesh Blender.Redraw()
The probem is that I don’t get my mesh updated in blender…
What is wrong with the code?
I have ignored cloneNMesh function…