QuoteIf you want a transparent robot, just create a custom robot with custom materials.
Actually, it's more important to me to have a transparent Turntable because I also reference the stock material and I'd like to see the trajectories inside it.
QuoteThe order of meshes and colors is affected by multithreading, whatever thread is fastest outputs the mesh first. If I need that value in a particular order I usually sort by number of vertices or something like that.
Hmm... that doesn't really answer my question. The problem is that, in the "GEO" output, the list of colors has the same length as the list of meshes, so I suppose there is some kind of "pairing" intended.
But what are we to do with these lists if the items are shuffled ?
Moreover, there seems to be no colors for the trajectories (polylines)...
Ideally, there would be :
-A list of meshes
-A list of colors corresponding item-by-item to the list of meshes
-A list of curves
-A list of colors corresponding item-by-item to the list of curves
Regarding only transparency, it could also be a simple slider-option in the KUKA-prc main component : Transparency for meshes 0 -> 255