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  1. Hello There! I'm trying to understand how to use viewer states with HDAs, and I've managed to successfully get my paintAttribute sop to switch states from inside my HDA, amazing! I did this with the default state parameter on the type_properties by entering sidefx_attribpaint in that field. Seems to work great! However I'm struggling to get the same approach to work with sculpt or edit SOPs, and when I check for the viewer state in the Viewer State Browser window it doesn't pick anything up... So what does this mean? Do those sops actually use viewer states? If so what are they called? If not, what do they use? Very confused here so any help is very much appreciated. Thanks in advance Matt
  2. Hey, I am trying to do some stuff in python with viewport selections. I want to query whether or not the user has anything selected, not necessarily get what is already selected. As far as I can tell the only way to do anything with the viewport is through toolutils. If I use "toolutils.sceneViewer().selectGeometry()" and nothing is selected, it waits until the user hits enter over the viewport before continuing. Is there any way to simply return whether or not any geometry has been selected without having to wait for the user to hit enter? import toolutils sv = toolutils.sceneViewer() geo = sv.selectGeometry() if geo: print "There is a selection" else: print "No geo selected" Thanks! James C
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