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Splash Forums Development SDK SetProtectionZone() – need more information

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    Hello,

    I’m looking for more information on setting up “protection zones” (SetProtectionZone). Is this fully implemented in the API? If so how should I set as the Points in the zoneShape structure?

    I’m using 5.2.0 with a Jaco2 arm.

    Thanks

    Reed

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