obj = pm.ls (selection=True) verts=pm.polyEvaluate(v=1) pm.select(obj+'.vtx[0:'+str(verts)+']') posit=pm.filterExpand(sm=31,ex=1,smp=1) print posit
obj is a simple cube (ref to image - https://drive.google.com/open?id=1HIICJ3DaPnmAiv9plZUqXBp6lCueEM2t) I read that in order to get smp to work, i need to get symmetry on. Done! But when i print posit, its returning me vertices in negative world space or the negative axis i am trying to find WHERE i am trying to get positive vertices only. Is there something i am doing wrong? Hoping some saint would kindly explain the concept to me haha
P.S I am trying to write in python to calculate a selected mesh to check whether its vertices are symmetry or not.