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SpacesfromList.vwx 1.0.1

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This Marionette Script creates multiple space objects from worksheet data.

A very nice and time saving Marionette script to automate a routine peace of work.

 

Please consider, that the the script takes the area column and calculate the square with that. If you have a language settings with comma instead of points for decimal seperator, the calculation will fail. Use points as decimal character or eliminate decimal places in your list

 

 


What's New in Version 1.0.1   See changelog

Released

Converted to 2018

 

 

1. Fixed SetRecordField Nodes

2. Converted to 2019

3. Use a Stile for Space Input instead of a Wrapper Geometry

4. Additional Example with fixed with

 

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Please consider, that the the script takes the area column and calculate the square with that. If you have a language settings with comma instead of points for decimal seperator, the calculation will fail. Use points as decimal separator or eliminate decimal places in your list. 

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Hi Dom,

 

In 2019, for me the custom name and number of the space is not being copied. Can you suggest what I might be doing wrong?

 

Cheers.

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@Diamond 

Same Issue like in many other Scripts which uses the SetRecordField Node. I fixes that (Replaced SetRecordField with the ne 2019 Node)

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@DomC, @Hans-Olav

This looks like a really great tool. A couple of things though:

I have noticed the first space in the list is not created by the marionette script despite having the correct start line no. input. (See screen shot).

Also can this be converted easily into a marionette command and then brought into a workspace? (I am new to marionette...)

 

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@Boh

Uploaded a fixed v2018 example similar as the 2019 Version. It does not use the input wrapper. Instead of that it uses a red symbol from a space object.

 

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