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    Default Question, Problems with a Loop

    Hello everyone,

    I'm new to this from Zbrush and Zscript ... I have a question,

    How do I to within a macro with loop me ignore Subtools with a specific button activated for example Dynamesh or Dynamic Geometry?

    The loop works fine but it applies to all subtools ^^ "

    Thank you

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    Hi :)

    You can use the [IGet] command to query the state of many interface items. What info you get will depend on the item but for a switch like DynaMesh it will return 1 when it's on and 0 when it's off. So you then can use that in an [If.. statement like this (as an example, I am masking the whole of a subtool when DynaMesh is off):

    [IButton,DoAllSubTools,"Popup info about this button",
    [If,[IExists,Tool:Geometry: Dynamesh],//check there is DynaMesh for this subtool
    [If,[IGet,Tool:Geometry:Dynamesh]==1,//if DynaMesh is ON
    //do nothing
    ,//else DynaMesh is OFF
    //do something
    [IPress,Tool:Masking:Mask All]
    ]//end if DynaMesh ON
    ]//end if DynaMesh exists
    ,n]//end loop
    ]//end button


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