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forgive me my bad english

l am so sorry l could not to organized my world better.





l use   it  create  an attribute

like this



the attirbute name  is     $OS    (an  expression language  mean  "object  name")


but in fact !


l want use  the  attribute  node     read   obj level  node  object name !


as  my attribute node  created  attribute name


look this



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I think $OS means operator string, not object. It gets the name of current node. if you want to get the name of another node you can use opname()


Edited by ejr32123

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