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Use opBoolean() on all parts that contain a point

Lee_HeskethLee_Hesketh Member, Developers Posts: 148 ✭✭
Hi how would I use opBoolean() to remove material from all parts that are touching a part? I have currently used qContainsPoint, with qEverything() as the subquery, then using qSubtraction() to filter out the part itself. This works in finding the correct parts, but when I use the variable I have assigned to these parts in the "targets" section of the opBoolean(), an error is thrown: BOLEAN_INPUTS_NOT_SOLID. How could I fix this?

Also just noticed, the error is spelt wrong, shouldn't it be BOOLEAN_INPUT_NOT_SOLID?
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