In picture there are allot of texts from Grasshopper (which isn’t baked yet).
Is there any way to select one of the texts without baking objects first?
I’m trying to achieve a method where I can remove some specific of them. The points for the texts are random, and also the text itself.
Please brainstorm with me how this could be achieved. If more info is needed don’t hesitate to ask.
The list item might be a bit hard. Let’s say there are around 1000 points and I might want to “deselect” some of them.
Then I would have to use a slider to iterate through all the points to get the one I would like to remove from the list. And also that won’t work if I would like to remove more then one text/point.
its not possible. The preview you see, is because Rhino differntiates between display and document. When you add something to a document(as in Grasshopper bake), you can select it. But if you only draw it to the display(as in the Grasshopper preview you are seeing), you can not select it. It is technically impossible.
However, what you could do for example would be, picking a point in the rhino window, get the coordinates and get the text objects that matches the x and y coordinates (and maybe z) of the text object in your list.