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By polynurb
#337179
..do work with 2.5.01,

but when rotating/moving the created block, the lights don't move with it!

i can copy/orient the block, but no manipulation after that.

thanks,

daniel
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By polynurb
#337180
sorry i missed that.. the spotlights actually never made it inside the block. rhino doesn't like it.

hmm.. difficult to distribute fixtures that are subject to change.

daniel
By JDHill
#337183
I don't think you can put a light into a block definition at all. If you're importing a file as a block, maybe any lights in the file will come along, but I suppose that's a special case -- I think they'll be imported as normal, and not actually be part of the block definition.
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By polynurb
#337190
yep. they just don't wanna go in there.. :x

i just posted this, cause it'd be quite essential, to have a final IES solution which allows to place IES sources within a block.

looks like rhino is not very easy going in this case..

thanks,

daniel
By bjorn.syse
#370436
I have this exact problem.

Did you try MXS references instead? I did, and can import them and get the IES light to follow. However, When I rotate the proxy object refering to the MXS reference, the light does not seem to rotate. The point cloud with other geometry aswell do rotate though.

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