I've seen a couple of good examples of creating modifiers and applying them to objects, but they don't seem to be working for me. Or at least are only working part way.
My function takes a modifier type (in my test case,
'UNION') and a list of objects. The first object is the
target and the rest are going to be the modifications.
When this executes, my target still has the stack of modifiers attached to it. I have to manually push the Apply button in the UI for each one. How can I make that happen in my script?
def applyModifier (self, mod, items): target = items for i in range(1, len(items)): objB = items[i] boo = target.modifiers.new('Booh', 'BOOLEAN') boo.object = objB boo.operation = mod bpy.ops.object.modifier_apply(apply_as='DATA', modifier="Booh") bpy.context.scene.objects.unlink(objB) return target
The subordinate objects do unlink from the scene, so I know that bit of code is executing properly.