Select all keyed nodes within a puppet. Select any node in an animated hierarchy, such as a puppet, and run the command to select all the nodes in the hierarchy that are keyed. If the selected object has a namespace, it will only return nodes in that namespace.
Copy this file into your maya scripts directory, for example:
C:/Documents and Settings/user/My Documents/maya/scripts/ml_selectKeyed.py
Run the tool in a python shell or shelf button by importing the module, and then calling the primary function:
import ml_selectKeyed ml_selectKeyed.main()
Select a node in an animated hierarchy, and run the command directly, as a hotkey or shelf button.
This script requires the ml_utilities module, which can be downloaded here: https://raw.githubusercontent.com/morganloomis/ml_tools/master/ml_utilities.py
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Copy this file into your maya scripts directory, for example: C:/Documents and Settings/user/My Documents/maya/scripts/ml_selectKeyed.py Run the tool in a python shell or shelf button by importing the module, and then calling the primary function: import ml_selectKeyed ml_selectKeyed.main()
|3||2012-05-27||Added revision notes, changed primary function to main() for consistency|
|4||2012-06-10||Fixing small bug when selecting objects that aren’t in a hierarchy.|
|6||2018-02-17||Updating license to MIT.|