EDIT 2: I did the batch rendering with blender now, so this problem is no longer relevant to me.
I am currently trying to use an Anemone loop together with the
I am using the sticky dict as a way to transport information between different gh python components as I want to decide when the loop variable increments - when all the operations in between have finishehd.
Below is a simplified version of the problem.
The thing is that this leads to some unexpected output - it is not incrementing on every step.
Left GHPython: set sticky value
C#: expire right GHPython
Right GHPython load sticky value and increment
problem_anemone.gh (10.7 KB)
EDIT 1: In the attached file the data should stay constant at 31 as it’s just being loaded and unloaded. The panels say that it should increment, which is wrong.
What I actually try to achieve is to load files from a directory, one each time, bake them and take a screenshot. Here I have to make sure that the baked component already baked, before I can take the screenshot. The component itself doesn’t get expired automatically as it’s not aware of the rhino objects, so I additionally to the upper use case expire the screenshot component and load the filepath when the geometry is baked.
What can I do to avoid this problem?