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Python for For Loop Blob?


My next project is to create a custom "For Loop" in ROPs, and I'd like to be able to get that familiar colored "blob" around my loop nodes, just like the For Loop nodes in SOPs. But I haven't been able to find how that blob is actually being created. The docs refer to it as a "blob" that can be toggled using the "convex hulls" display option. However, my searches through the HOM haven't turned up anything related to this. My next step was to find the creation scripts for the For Loop SOP and see how it's being done there. But the creation scripts are either compiled, or I'm looking in the wrong place because I can't seem to find them.


Does anyone know how to create that blob around my own nodes? It's very visually helpful.



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