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  1. Catenary Curve plugin for Vectorworks® just released: Catenary Curve Plugin
  2. I have just released a plugin to create catenary curves. From Wikipedia: Catenary is the curve that an idealized hanging chain or cable assumes under its own weight when supported only at its ends in a uniform gravitational field. It is essentially a "line object" plugin: click and drag to get the initial couple of end points on the XY plane. Customizable parameters: Independent Z for both ends. Direction [downward (chain) or upward(arch)]. By length or by sag methods: you can establish the length of the chain or the chain lowest (or highest) point. Buttons to extract a 3D polygon or a 2D polygon out of the PIO. More info on my site page: Catenary Curve for Vectorworks®
  3. This plugin creates a parametric rope out of a 3D path (NURBS). This object has the same behavior (for creation and editing) as the NURBS Curve tool. The plugin provides also a button to import / exchange the current curve with another you select on the drawing. More info on the Ropes Plugin site, where you can download a demo (available for Vectorworks® 2022, 2023 and 2024) To unlock the demo and get the full control on the ropes parameters, just buy a lifetime license on Gumroad®
  4. I should have fixed the problem avoiding to use the 'certifi' module: context = ssl.create_default_context(cafile=certifi.where()) has been replaced with: context = ssl.create_default_context() context.check_hostname = False context.verify_mode = ssl.CERT_NONE On my mac works well, I am waiting the result on the VW2023 / Windows 10 Pro OS that was giving trouble… P.S.: I have just received a positive response that the new code works fine also on Win 10.
  5. Recently I have released a plugin through Gumroad® called Arches. This plugin written in Python contains a licensing algorithm that queries Gumroad through an url request. The Python modules required are the following: import certifi import ssl import json from urllib import request, parse, error and the core request is the following: def licenseCheck(license_key, user_email, productID): context = ssl.create_default_context(cafile=certifi.where()) webConnection = testInternet() url_ = "https://api.gumroad.com/v2/licenses/verify" pf_permalink = productID params = {'product_permalink': pf_permalink, 'license_key': license_key} data=parse.urlencode(params).encode('ascii') req = request.Request(url_, data=data) try: response = request.urlopen(req, context=context) get_response = json.loads(response.read()) except: # error.HTTPError as e: get_response = json.loads(e.read()) get_response ={'success': False, 'purchase': {'email': user_email, 'license_key': license_key}} status = False if get_response['success'] and get_response['purchase']['email'].lower() == user_email.lower(): status = True else: get_response = "Failed to verify the license." return status, get_response , license_key, webConnection I have deeply tested it on my Mac and upon success I started to sell it. Nowadays I collected some customers and just one of them got the message ModuleNot FoundError: No module named 'certifi I am in contact with this user and I know he runs VW2023 / Windows 10 Pro OS. I have let him make some tests and the weird thing is that while receiving the module not found message, neither he is able to install it (through Marionette.VerifyOrGetLib) because certifi is already installed. I am still waiting other tests I have requested, and in the meanwhile I am asking @Vlado or @K.Lalkovski or any other expert, if the simple script: import certifi vs.Message(certifi.where()) gives error (module not found) or, as in my case (macOS) the module path inside Vectorworks / Python: /Applications/Vectorworks 2023 IT/Vectorworks 2023.app/Contents/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/3.9/lib/python3.9/site-packages/certifi/cacert.pem Thank you in advance
  6. @Kevin Allen, @Bruce Kieffer Mouldings plugins objects automatically import a symbol of the profile shape and use it for their purposes. When you choose the profile shape from the library browser (or from a .cpf file you have previously saved), the profile shape's symbol is imported in the drawing. You can edit the (local) profile symbol and all the PIOs (using that shape in the drawing) are automatically updated. Of course, the shape in the library is not touched at all. If you want to get back to the library shape, just delete the symbol from the drawing and choose it again from the library browser.
  7. PlumbBob official site PlumbBob on Gumroad® Version 2.0, for Vectorworks® 2023 PlumbBob is an image perspective rectification that works directly inside Vectorworks (with a plugin object and 4 command menus). The new version simplify the overall operations. There is no more the need to set the offsets fields, since the algorithm is now able to center the image inside the chosen key points. Also the image is zoomed in way to include at least the key points in the resulting image. It remains up to the user the option to change the final resolution of a factor of the original resolution, in order to reduce the time for the image rectification. Here below the full 2.0 changelog: Autocenter: the rectified image is centered on the point where the key points diagonals crosses Autozoom: the rectified image will always include (if success) the key points and as much as possible the around area Resolution: the resolution factor field is there to limit the production of very large images whenever they're not needed. Also an alert shows up whenever the resulting image may have a side of over 4000 pixels. This alert consent to cancel the operation, to limit to 4000px the result, or to proceed. No need to say that more pixels mean more CPU effort, so, more time to create the rectified image. The plugin works also when image where transformed (scale, flip or rotation) Also the plugin object can be rotated or flipped Objects transformations (direct and inverse) works without conversion in polygons (curves are preserved!) Eligible objects are: points, lines, rects, polygons, polylines, arcs, ellipses, rounded rects and groups contents (whenever the component is eligible) Object, if needed, are converted in polylines with curves composed by spline beziers that are interchangeable within 3D transformations Also groups (if contents are eligible) can be transformed Images transformations (direct and inverse) take into account image crop mask (if present) Image crop masks are transformed as well as any other eligible 2D object
  8. As suggested by @E|FA the PlumbBob plugin should by ok for your needs: https://fitplot.it/vwplugins/PlumbBobPlugin.html There is also a standalone app (for macOS only, on the macOS app store): https://fitplot.it/plumb-bob/
  9. Hello Fabio, in the simplest case, with just one object 3D created in the plugin, the "core" is in the following lines: hTrim = vs.LNewObj() #hTrim is my 3D object I want to control the texture from collections import namedtuple Trim = namedtuple('Trims', ['trim']) obj = Trim(hTrim); if not vs.CustomTexPartExists(parmHand, 1000): #parmHand is the plugin's handle vs.SetTextureSet(parmHand,1) vs.RemoveCustomTexParts(parmHand) vs.AddCustomTexPart(parmHand, 1000, 'trim') vs.SetDefaultTexMapN(parmHand, 1000, 0) vs.ApplyCustomTexPart(parmHand,obj.trim,1000); setTexture(obj.trim, parmHand, 1000, materialChange, classChange) The setTexture function (following) is where we set / get the OIP texture panel: #************************ setTexture ************************# def setTexture(h, hPio, idx, materialChange, classChange): #classes if not vs.PuseMaterials and materialChange: vs.SetClass(h, vs.GetClass(hPio)) vs.SetTextureRefN(hPio, vs.GetClTextureG(vs.GetClass(h)), idx, 0) vs.SetTextureRefN(hPio, -1, idx, 0) vs.ResetObject(hPio) #*** material ***# if vs.PuseMaterials and materialChange: vs.SetClUseTexture(vs.GetClass(hPio), False) if vs.Pmaterials == '': MyList, NumItems = vs.BuildResourceList(19, 0, '') if NumItems == 0: MyList, NumItems = vs.BuildResourceList2(19, 345, '', True) #get it from the library #here I have at least the default material if NumItems > 0: result = vs.SetObjMaterialHandle(h, vs.GetObject(vs.GetNameFromResourceList(MyList, 1))) result = vs.SetObjMaterialHandle(hPio, vs.GetObject(vs.GetNameFromResourceList(MyList, 1))) vs.SetRField(hPio, vs.GetName(vs.GetParametricRecord(hPio)), 'materiale', vs.GetNameFromResourceList(MyList, 1)) #materiale is a parameter of type Material vs.SetRField(hPio, vs.GetName(vs.GetParametricRecord(hPio)), 'materials', vs.GetNameFromResourceList(MyList, 1)) else: result = vs.SetObjMaterialHandle(h, vs.GetObject(vs.Pmaterials)) result = vs.SetObjMaterialHandle(hPio, vs.GetObject(vs.Pmaterials)) vs.SetRField(hPio, vs.GetName(vs.GetParametricRecord(hPio)), 'materiale', vs.Pmaterials) hMaterial = vs.GetObjMaterialHandle(h) textureRef = vs.GetMaterialTexture(hMaterial) vs.SetTextureRefN(hPio, textureRef, idx, 0) vs.SetTextureRefN(h, textureRef, 3, 0) if vs.PuseMaterials: result = vs.SetObjMaterialHandle(h, vs.GetObject(vs.Pmaterials)) result = vs.SetObjMaterialHandle(hPio, vs.GetObject(vs.Pmaterials)) if vs.Pmaterials == '': vs.ResetObject(hPio) #changes in OIP rendering if vs.GetTextureRefN(hPio, idx, 0, False) == -1 : vs.SetTextureRefN(h, vs.GetClTextureG(vs.GetClass(h)), 3, 0) else: vs.SetTextureRefN(h, vs.GetTextureRefN(hPio, idx, 0, False), 3, 0) if vs.GetTextureRefN(hPio, idx, 0, False) == 0 : vs.SetTextureRefN(hPio, 0, 3, 0) else: vs.SetTexMapInt(h, 3, 1, vs.GetTexMapIntN(hPio, idx, 0, 1)); vs.SetTexMapBoolN(h, 3, 0, 1, vs.GetTexMapBoolN(hPio, idx, 0, 1)) vs.SetTexMapBoolN(h, 3, 0, 2, vs.GetTexMapBoolN(hPio, idx, 0, 2)) vs.SetTexMapBoolN(h, 3, 0, 3, vs.GetTexMapBoolN(hPio, idx, 0, 3)) vs.SetTexMapBoolN(h, 3, 0, 4, vs.GetTexMapBoolN(hPio, idx, 0, 4)) vs.SetTexMapBoolN(h, 3, 0, 5, vs.GetTexMapBoolN(hPio, idx, 0, 5)) vs.SetTexMapBoolN(h, 3, 0, 6, vs.GetTexMapBoolN(hPio, idx, 0, 6)) vs.SetTexMapBoolN(h, 3, 0, 7, vs.GetTexMapBoolN(hPio, idx, 0, 7)) vs.SetTexMapRealN(h, 3, 0, 1,vs.GetTexMapRealN(hPio, idx, 0, 1)) vs.SetTexMapRealN(h, 3, 0, 2,vs.GetTexMapRealN(hPio, idx, 0, 2)) vs.SetTexMapRealN(h, 3, 0, 3,vs.GetTexMapRealN(hPio, idx, 0, 3)) vs.SetTexMapRealN(h, 3, 0, 4,vs.GetTexMapRealN(hPio, idx, 0, 4)) vs.SetTexMapRealN(h, 3, 0, 5,vs.GetTexMapRealN(hPio, idx, 0, 5)) The variables materialChange and classChange are triggered by the user acting on some parameters in the OIP: # *** material change *** if vs.IsNewCustomObject(parmName): vs.SetObjectVariableBoolean(parmHand, 800, False) result, widgID, prmIndex, oldValue = vs.vsoStateGetParamChng(parmHand) if result or vs.GetObjectVariableBoolean(parmHand, 800): result, outWidgetID = vs.vsoPrmName2WidgetID('', 'materials') #materials menu managed in event kObjOnWidgetPrep and in setTexture if (widgID == outWidgetID): materialChange = True result, outWidgetID = vs.vsoPrmName2WidgetID('', 'useMaterials') #checkbox if (widgID == outWidgetID): materialChange = True if vs.GetObjectVariableBoolean(parmHand, 800): materialChange = True classChange = True vs.SetObjectVariableBoolean(parmHand, 800, False) Of course, in the case you have more materials in one plugin (such I have in some of my Mouldings Plugins), things get more complicated.
  10. A new plugin object, Arches, is available from https://fitplot.it/vwplugins/opening_arches.html. It essentially creates arches openings from (so far) 33 starting models! Customisable on width and height as well as other parameters (as requested from the type of arch). Also arches openings can be decorated with stones / bricks or trims. A free demo is available for download (for VW2022 and VW2023). The demo is fully working (you can essay all the types!) but important parameters (width and height) are disabled. To get the unlimited version, you have to get the licence key (through Gumroad®). This is my first plugin that adopt a licence key mechanism (already experimented with my app FitPlot, available on the Mac App Store and at the same time through Gumroad®). Plugins for Vectorworks developed in Python can successfully implement the Gumroad® licence key's APIs. Maybe, I can start to release some of my plugins through the partener install page… @LDraminski For whom interested in the Python / Vectorworks® / Gumroad® key licensing algorithm I have adopted, please, contact me in DM.
  11. The Mouldings Plugins package has been updated! ‼️[EDIT] The new version (5.2) is for Vectorworks 2022 and 2023 Registered users should have received a notification e-mail from Gumroad® Full changelog on the site at the link below: https://fitplot.it/vwplugins/mouldings.html#latest
  12. I have edited my post before, having found a way out to the inconsistency I had found. I'll send you the Moulding on 2D Path plugin to you privately, so you can play with it.
  13. Sorry @MarcelP102 (and other users…) The problem with the new profiles is due to the " char used for inches contained in the file names, that Windows does not like! You (and others) should receive the new corrected library via Gumroad® email. About your wish, I'll take a look as soon as I can.
  14. @Andy Broomell It's easy to implement a 3D Only checkbox, thus excluding any 2D object that makes the plugin "hybrid". I am making some experiment and one of the consequences of the "pure" 3D PIO is that you can rotate it in the 3D space (and not just around the Z axis of the current working plane). Once rotated in 3D, I have changed back the 3D Only checkbox to force the 2D hybrid part to be drawn, and that works, but, obviously the represented part is what the object should be in 2D plan view, distorted accordingly to the 3D rotation (see attached figure). Edit: I've found a way to manage this: when the object is rotated on X or Y axis then the 2D drawing is performed a 3D planar ref. The 2D is performed if 3D Only parameter is set to OFF, of course. Also it takes to check ON the plugin option flag "reset on rotation" to update rotation changes. That was easy for the Moulding on 2D Path, other plugins may require more effort…
  15. New version 5.1 is now available on Gumroad® @MarcelP102, @drelARCH, @Kevin Allen Materials rule the fill aspects over classes and they are correctly displayed in viewports / sections. Many other improvements and fixings, you can read them all here. Also this update is only for Vectorworks® 2022. Next update will include Vectorworks® 2023 (I am currently testing it…).
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