I try to access my materials custom property's value using python. I use the following line of code to do that:
print(bpy.data.materials["MATERIAL NAME"]["CUSTOM PROPERTY NAME"])
what blender returns is this error:
1.0 Traceback (most recent call last): File "/PATH/TO/MY/SCRIPT/script.py", line XY, in KeyError: 'bpy_struct[key]: key "INSTANCING" not found' Error: Python script fail, look in the console for now...
as you can see, before blender throws the error it actually logs my property's value. (1.0)
Since I am looping over all my scene's materials I did this to check if the Custom Property is existing:
hasattr(material, "CUSTOM PROPERTY NAME")
For whatever reason this is returning
FALSE for all materials.
Does it have something to do with the fact that the materials I am aiming for are a linked from other .blend files maybe?
For me it's a dead end street for now, so any help would be much appreciated!