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This is the same as ImportMultiObj but uses the ReadGeoPlus gizmo instead of the default ReadGeo node to deal with proxy files. Example: If you import a file called "MyGeo.obj" this proc will check if there is a corresponding proxy file called "MyGeo.proxy.obj" and if so it will split that one into one file per object as well.
The resulting files are loaded into ReadGeoPlus gizmos and the proxy control is either exposed in the resulting group's ui:
or, if grouping is not used, as a user knob of the resulting Scene node: