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Is there a way to add attributes to an avatar so they can be accessed later on when the user reloads that avatar?
If not how would one go about saving avatar specific data?

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What exactly do you mean by "attributes"?

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I mean I would like to save data (like key,values) with the avatar.
Just like the avatar has associated morphs if that makes sense.
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You do it my saving a range in Collect Clip data track on a timeline.
To create a range, left mouse click on Collect Clip and drag to the left or right and release.
Then do right mouse click on the resulted blue bar and use Add MotionPlus to Library (or other options).
This would create a separate file which could be applied to freshly loaded avatar.






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Sorry, I didn't explain myself properly.
I meant achieving the above through python, saving variable information via python
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Ah sorry, according to RL Python WIKI saving in iClone formats are currently unsupported. Maybe in the future.




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You can write files with python though. If you just want to write some ini data into files it can simply done with:
path = 'E:\\path1\\path2\\path3\\'
f= open(path + "avatar.ini", "w")
f.write("avatar:key:value")
f.close()

You can also use some packages to help with the structure like csv etc. Your scripts can load/parse this information so you have it available automatically.
If you don't want to use files you could abuse the registry too.
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Thank you.




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