Is it possible to access the gumball frame of an object without the gumball being visible? Is this data available via GeometryBase or otherwise via RhinoObject?
I don’t believe their is a way of getting the frame of Rhino’s “automatic” gumball via the C++ SDK or RhinoCommon. If you could get it, what would you want to do with is?
I reposted a question for @huaxiamengqing from the Grasshopper forum. I’m not sure what he plans to do with it. I see he also posted a question himself‡ re the same problem.
‡ I erroneously thought that being form China he wouldn’t have access to discourse
I use userdictionary to store data into a geometryobject.But if I store a geometry into the geometryobject,when I move the geometryobject,The geodata stored in it won’t move.
So,I Must get the geometrybase’s OCS,and Store the relation location into the geoobject.
For example, If I Store a Point3d into the geoobject, I will get the geoobject’s OCS(like the gumball frame Plan),then Store the point transformed into this Plan. So,If the geoobject move, My stored Point will move follow it,because I get the transformed loaction,and transform it back.
do I say clear? My english is not very good, I don’t know do you understand what I say?
@DavidRutten ,thank you for your erroneous–
See my reply here: