Viewport Background Dialog question

How to check or uncheck "Use Viewport Background" checkbox in
the Viewport Background Dialog using the script?

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pakwapansye's picture

You can offer a series of images

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tassel's picture

Not sure what you are looking

Not sure what you are looking for ;o)

actionMan.executeAction 0 "617"  -- Tools: Use Gradient Colors Toggle
actionMan.executeAction 0 "618"  -- Tools: Use Solid Colors Toggle
actionMan.executeAction 0 "619"  -- Tools: Use Environment Background Toggle
actionMan.executeAction 0 "620"  -- Tools: Use Files Toggle
<boolean>viewport.EnableSolidBackgroundColorMode <bool>
<boolean>viewport.IsSolidBackgroundColorMode()
<ViewportViewSettingImpl>.UseViewportBackgroundEnabled : bool : Read|Write
  NEW in 3ds Max 2013: No effect.
 
<ViewportViewSettingImpl>.UseSolidColor : bool : Read|Write
  NEW in 3ds Max 2013: No effect.

Raymond H.Ingebretsen - http://www.homme3d.com

barigazy's picture

Hi tassel, I know that

Hi tassel,
I know that max2013 have new option but I am currently writing a script for versions below 2013.
I try actionMan.executeAction 0 "619" but this only print in listiner false.
Look the image in the attachment

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jos's picture

viewport.DispBkgImage = true

you can do this with

viewport.DispBkgImage = true
viewport.DispBkgImage = false
barigazy's picture

Not "Display Background"

Not "Display Background" checkbox but "Use Environment Background"
at the top of Viewport Background dialog

barigazy

jos's picture

when I open the dialog the

when I open the dialog the checkbox is disabled. What does it? cubemap? never used it..

barigazy's picture

Or simply run this

environmentmap = Gradient ()
useEnvironmentMap = on
max background display toggle

I did not know that this will be tricky one.

barigazy

barigazy's picture

You must assigne first a map

You must assigne first a map as environment map and check "Use Map".
Then press "Alt+B".

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