Use Rhino.Python to manipulate the Gumball?

Is it possible to use Rhino.Python to manipulate the Gumball location? The reason for this question is that I am generating some geometry from a Python script, however the Gumball is not located at the centroid of the geometry when I select the object. I would like to calculate the centroid and then place the Gumball at the centroid. Otherwise, I have the extra steps of manually relocating the Gumball from within Rhino.

Hi @habudg,

There is no SDK access to Rhino’s internal Gumball. The best you can do, at the moment, is to script one of the Gumball-related commands.

– Dale

Ok. Not sure if it’s possible, but it would be nice to have this a part of the API at some point.