You cannot run mgExecute in a stand-alone script or program (to be precise... you can call the function but the function won't do anything if called in your stand-alone program/script). The "tools" that this function launch are contained in Creator so Creator must be there to "service" the request. This implies you can only call mgExecute from a plugin or script that is running inside of Creator. To allow a stand-alone program to do this would require ALL of Creator to be contained in the OpenFlight API.
In the OpenFlight API Reference page for mgExecute, it states:
mgExecute executes a Creator command.
This function allows your plug-in tool or OpenFlight Script to execute tools in the Creator modeler environment.
Note: This function is not available in the stand-alone application environment.
Sorry if there was confusion.
Morning!! did someone have problems trying to execute mgExecute from standalone python script??
A simple lines of code as:
mgExecute("Select All", None)
mgExecute("Normalize UVs", None)
is getting me overwhelmed hahaha. I wrote an own setUniqueName last week more or less because of the same problem, soo, for sure i am doing something wrong.
Thank you so much
EDIT: okkkk!!! so sorry, there is a similar topic covered some posts before