Greetings


Yeh, yeh.. I know.. I should be using Python Scripts, or whatever... but for 
various reasons, I'm still using 2.1.6...

What I want to know is, why can't Python Methods refer to anything not 
explicitly passed to them?  I don't want to have to make everything that 
invokes the method have to know to pass it half a dozen objects.

Isn't the idea of a method to be executed in the namespace of it's parent?  I 
want my method to be able to access objects in it's own folder...


What am I missing?

Curtis

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