Vision

Made for PC and Mac platforms, Vision is built for accuracy with moving light fixtures. It communicates with a wide array of DMX consoles, including the MA2, Hog, ETC EOS, and many more that can send ArtNET or sACN NET protocols over an Ethernet connection.

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    • Maybe I'm completely wrong, but I'm looking for a way to create something like "saved views for sheetlayer viewports" :   In general, my sheet layers are for example top view sheet, front view sheet, side view sheet, one or two isometric sheets plus some detail sheets. Let's call these "sheetlayer types". Now the different crew on the building site needs different layers and classes in these sheets, for example the light crew needs fixture and truss layer, the scaffolding crew needs the steelwork layer, the rigging crew needs the truss layer and the layer of the venue roof,  the stage crew needs the layaer with soft goods, and so on.  So the problem is that for example a number of 5 "sheetlayer types" and 8 construction crews will lead to 40 sheet layers, all of the same shape only "filled" with different layer and class settings. So, maybe I simply can't find it, but is there a way to store only the 5 "sheetlayer types" plus 8 "views" and combine them as needed for printing ?  Can a script do that ? Whats more, any idea how to update the titleblock accordingly ?  
    • Hi Mark thanks for the response. I was looking at the dwg import dialog and changed the units from millimeters to meters which has had the desired effect.
    •   It actually reduces a lot of the training too. Just about everybody knows how to use a web browser. And nobody needs know how to configure/trouble-shoot firewalls, VPNs etc.   I've long been in the native-is-best camp, particularly with regard to Mac desktop. But seeing Onshape in action has completely changed my mind on that front.
    • Hey guys, thanks for the quick reply! I was testing a bit with the basic vs.functions I think I'll have to use to get the basic code running(without the searching and stuff) and ran into a particular issue. I used VS:GetTopVisibleWS to get a handle of the active WS, VS:GetWSSelection to get handles of the current cell's address, and then VS:SetWSCellFormula to write '=2+4' in it. When I run it like this =RUNSCRIPT('vLookup')       I get this error: #OPCODE? written in the cell, but in the formula bar the =2+4 appears. How could I work around this? I was hoping not to lose the formula so if I change the reference value it would update when I hit recalculate. I can only think of having a duplicate WS so I run the codes in 1 WS and write the value in the other one but that workflow would duplicate the amount of WS I was planning on managing :(. I am currently doing this by exporting information from VW to GooGLE SHEETS and working my numbers there but I was really hoping it could be done inside VW. It seems to me that only if vLookup is a native VW function It will work. Am I right? Is it possible to get the vLookup function working as a Plugin?  
    •   Thanks Threedot, so we just need to be more careful. We'll persevere then and see if it's worth it.