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Python source code for blender events
Did you know you could show the python code behind your events in blender?
April 1, 2022
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Did you know you could show the python code behind your events in blender? For instance, if you create, move or even delete a cube and open the python console, you will see the python code for every activity you did.
You can use this to your advantage and pick the code for various python operations you want to do in different software, in case you want to know how to achieve the same in other software or platforms that use python.
You can try a python operation on the object again by clicking on the object and pasting or typing a code on the python console to see the magic.
I thought this was a really neat trick.
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