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anicg

transform to centroid then invert transform in a for each loop

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I got a little problem here. I've used transform with -$CEX -$CEY -$CEZ. Then I created a reference copy, and checked invert transformation, but it's not working. It's throwing an error


Unable to evaluate expression (Bad data type for function or operation (/obj/geo1/transform1/tx)). 
Unable to evaluate expression (Bad data type for function or operation (/obj/geo1/transform1/ty)). 
Unable to evaluate expression (Bad data type for function or operation (/obj/geo1/transform1/tz)). 
 

Is there a way to invert a transform to centroid? telling in for each connected primitive: go to the centroid, come back again to where you were.

invert transform.JPG

Edited by anicg

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yes there is.

(you refuse to upload your file, I refuse to upload my file)

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