1.) this.patcher.getnamed("obj") returns the object within the patcher with the scripting name "obj"
2.) obj.getattr("rect") returns that object's rect... except I don't know if it's the patching rect or presentation rect, and the values returned don't match up to either one
3.) obj.getattr("Presentation Rectangle") just spits out a null object
Are there some sort of reference pages for this? Somewhere that actually lists the corresponding tokens to pass to getattr()? It'd really take the guess work out of the equation.
EDIT: getattr("presentation_rect") correctly returns the presentation rect.
It seems getting attributes is a piece of cake as long as you know the token to pass getattr.
Setting attributes, however.... No amount of google searches has answered this for me yet.
Starting to believe that this feature doesn't exist?
I'd hate to write an entire "connection manager" system, just to change a few object attributes.