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Expression Editor: - with syntax highlighting for Maya 2011 - requires less screen space - no object selection required (expression can be still edited when other objects are selected).
Instructions/installation/How to start:
# if you don't want to start the script from different location import sys sys.path.append(r'g:\directoryToScript')
# otherwise, if you have copied the script to maya script folder, setting the python path is not required. # the script can be started with this code: import expressionEditor_bsc expressionEditor_bsc.expressionEditor_bsc()
#Note: script requires existance of particle object (will be fixed soon) particleShape1 must exist.