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Select objects in a way other than a drop-down selector?

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  • #28143

    Hello!everyone!
    In a recent experimental project, I tried to select groups in the scene with the Numbers in the variables.I’ve changed the names of these groups to specific Numbers.How can I do this in a puzzle?
    :) :) :)

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    #28145

    I’ve seen other topics that say you can do this using text puzzles. How do this? :)

    #28152
    GlifTekGlifTek
    Licensee

    Use a just a blank text puzzle piece and type the name of the object. Or use a variable that equals that object. You don’t need to use the “create text” puzzle, unless you’re creating the name dynamically.

    #28154

    Do you mean adding variables directly?I’m sure the value of the variable is the same as a set name of blender, but it doesn’t seem to work…

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    #28158

    I don’t want to change the name, I just want to show the collection of the corresponding name according to the value of the variable!

    #28187

    Can someone help me?Although I have found alternatives, it is clear that the puzzle pieces are not as simple and convenient as the one I wanted! :) :)

    #28203
    Yuri KovelenovYuri Kovelenov
    Developer

    I just want to show the collection of the corresponding name according to the value of the variable!

    why don’t you use the variable directly?

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    #28280

    Oh, thank you, yuri!Thanks for your solution!
    But I ran into a new problem: the bloom effect failed when the background was transparent!

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    #28298
    GlifTekGlifTek
    Licensee

    Are those icon images square polygons using .PNGs with alpha blend?

    #28523

    Yes, I didn’t use HTML elements to make ICONS!
    I think, maybe you inspired me, maybe I should use HTML + CSS to make ICONS look better!

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