"Blender objects are contained in a module named 'Blender'."
Actually wouldn't it be more accurate to say "Blender objects are accessible in our python program when we import a module named Blender"
(The actual Blender objects are in the .blend file .. aren't they ?)
Mike --Mstram 01:15, 24 August 2006 (CEST)
_____________________________________________________________ "print 'location', ob.loc"
Do you happen to know why a print dir(ob) doesn't print/list 'loc' (yet "ob.loc" obviously exists and works ?)
Mike --Mstram 02:09, 24 August 2006 (CEST)