Is there a way to add some interactivity to my definition? I meant clickable objects on the graphical screen.

(Andrew Heumann) #2

I’m not sure I know what you mean. If you want to click-interact with objects in the rhino viewport try the “clickable mesh” component from human.


Clickable mesh works in human gui graphic window?

(Andrew Heumann) #4

no, only in the rhino viewport. You can also interact with 2d shapes by turning on a “click mode” (right-click option) in the create shapes component - a value listener attached will tell you the indices of the shape(s) the user clicked on.


wow that sounds very promising. Thank you!

(Arturo De La Fuente) #6

(Andrew Heumann) #7

Here is an example, showing the three interaction modes in different tabs; “Button mode” returns true for that item while the mouse is down and switches back to false immediately. “Toggle Mode” lets you enable/disable each item, enabling you to select multiple shapes. Finally, “Picker” mode operates like a radio button, where selecting one item deselects the others.
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Amazing!!! Thank you very much!