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    www.livetime.nl
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    Programming, Event-production, Cad drafting
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  1. I'm trying to set-up a PIO with support for 'red' symbols. I tried digging trough the SDK files to find out how to handle all the different events that get emitted during Object Style actions, but so far I'm unable dissect what to do on which event. Looking in MiniCadCallBacks.h for my guidance at the moment... Is there a walkthrough of what to do at which event?
  2. @JBenghiat FIn3D did the job, looking back in the documentation 'Handle to first item in list' on the ForEachObjectInList() function should have given it away to me.. Thanks for the help! As a little gift, my Python generator wrapper for ForEach* functions with a callback as the first argument: The first argument is the VS function, followed by all of its parameters class callback_iter: def __init__( self, func, *args ): self.objects = [] self.sentinel = object( ) def _callback( handle ): self.objects.append( handle ) func( _callback, *args ) self.objects.append( self.sentinel ) def __iter__( self ): return self def __next__( self ): while True: if len(self.objects) > 0: obj = self.objects.pop(0) if obj is self.sentinel: raise StopIteration() break else: return obj for object_handle in callback_iter( vs.ForEachObjectInList, 0, 2, FirstHandleInList ): #do some magic
  3. I'm working on a plug-in that generates a lot of bitmaps from symbols. To make it more user friendly i'm using the previously generated bitmaps in the PIO as a cache, I do this by setting kObjXPropPreserveContents to True and only delete out-of-date objects at redraw. I tried using ForEachObjectInList starting at the PIO handle with deep traversal and start ignoring the callbacks once an object which does not have the PIO as parent. The problem with this method is that once my object is not the front most object in the document the ignored callbacks start stacking up, the more backward the PIO placement is the more processing time the plug-in needs. I'm now resorting to FInSymDef and NextObj, but NextObj never goes to None... so it feels like this is not the definitive method for what I need. Is there any other way to loop over ONLY the items in the group of the PIO that is really scoped to the PIO? And without having to check the parent of each of the looped objects ūüėČ [edit for more clarity] With kind regards, Jord Visser
  4. To me it seems that the workgroup logic is not implemented in this plug-in... A workaround is making a symbolic link to the 'Audio Tools' folder from the workgroup into your user Library in "~/Library/Application Support/Vectorworks/2019/ENG/Libraries/..."
  5. @klinzey Thanks for the quick response, I had a feeling it had to be something similar to the Dialog builder... but missed this one ;)
  6. I'd like to know as well.
  7. I thought it was just released, my bad.. forgot to search.
  8. As a heads up to the developers and other potential testers. Vectorworks (2018 SP3 Build 418943 64-Bit) is immensely slow on the current Beta release of MacOS (10.14 bèta 18A336e)
  9. Thanks for the quick reply! works as a charm. Makes a lot of sense now, quickly read trough the mentioned document a couple of times before.. I think it's time to read it thoroughly.
  10. Hi all, I'm made a rough PIO in vectorscript yesterday, this morning I added a procedure and it keeps getting stuck on a compiling error. I rewrote the function several times now, checked all the IF-ELSE's, WHILE's and BEGIN's and I keep falling back to this error. The MakeGrayObject Procedure is the one I added this morning The error is: Line #42: PROCEDURE LTSymbol; { Error: Extra text at end of script; missing BEGIN statement? } { Error: Identifier not declared. } I attached the pascal .txt file and the .vso, both only tested in VW2018. Can someone help me with this? With kind regards, Jord Visser ltsymbol.txt [LT] Advanced symbol.vso
  11. I think i know what is happening. I looks to me that the viewport logic first updates the annotation group before updating the crop object. I think this is due to the fact that the annotation group is needed to create the selection group. I'm going to try to save the state of the viewport within the plug-in and compare this on redraw to get to know if the parametrics of the viewport changed. Are there any core developers over here whom can explain the inner workings of the viewport object?
  12. No problem. The upgrade gave a lot in return Thanks!
  13. Hi all, I'm making a plug-in which needs knowledge of the exact viewport-crop position in relation to the plug-in position in the Annotation group of the viewport, when moving/rotating the viewport a problem occurs. I attached a sample document & the .vso plugin. How to replicate the problem: - Have a viewport with and crop object - Place the plug-in in the annotation group of this viewport - exit the annotation group - move / rotate de viewport PROCEDURE CropDupeTest; VAR result :BOOLEAN; {temporary store for BOOL results} objectName :STRING; objectHandle, recordHandle, wallHandle :HANDLE; eventInfo, eventType :LONGINT; pluginObjectExists :BOOLEAN; pluginRotation :REAL; pluginPosition :VECTOR; vpRotation :REAL; vpPosition :VECTOR; vpScale :REAL; vpCropObject :HANDLE; bbHandle :HANDLE; {copy of crop object into plugin} x, y, z :REAL; is3D :BOOLEAN; userShowUnitMark :BOOLEAN; docUnitsPerInch :REAL; PROCEDURE reDraw; BEGIN Rect(-5m,-5m, 5m, 5m); Locus(0, 0); TextJust(2); TextVerticalAlign(3); MoveTo(0, 1m); CreateText('Plugin'); MoveTo(0, -1m); CreateText('Origin'); result := vsoStateGetPos( objectHandle, x, y, z, is3D ); MoveTo(0, -2m); CreateText( Concat('Object movement=', result,' offset=(x=', x, ', y=', y, ', z=', z, ') is3DMove=', is3D ) ); SetTextStyle(LNewObj, 0, GetTextLength(LNewObj), 2); END; PROCEDURE setBaseVariables; BEGIN vpCropObject := NIL; END; PROCEDURE loadBaseInfo; BEGIN GetSymLoc(objectHandle, pluginPosition.x, pluginPosition.y); pluginRotation := GetSymRot(objecthandle); {not used} vpScale := GetObjectVariableReal(GetVPGroupParent(GetParent(objectHandle)), 1003); vpPosition.x := GetObjectVariableReal(GetVPGroupParent(GetParent(objectHandle)), 1024); vpPosition.y := GetObjectVariableReal(GetVPGroupParent(GetParent(objectHandle)), 1025); vpRotation := GetObjectVariableReal(GetVPGroupParent(GetParent(objectHandle)), 1026); docUnitsPerInch := GetPrefReal(152); END; PROCEDURE loadCropObject; BEGIN IF VPHasCropObject(GetVPGroupParent(GetParent(objectHandle))) THEN BEGIN vpCropObject := GetVPCropObject(GetVPGroupParent(GetParent(objectHandle))); bbHandle := ConvertToPolygon(vpCropObject, 30); HMove(bbHandle, -pluginPosition.x, -pluginPosition.y); HRotate(bbHandle, 0, 0, -pluginRotation); END; END; BEGIN {Store & adjust user settings} userShowUnitMark := GetPref(163); SetPref(163, FALSE); PushAttrs; setBaseVariables; pluginObjectExists := GetCustomObjectInfo(objectName, objectHandle, recordHandle, wallHandle); vsoGetEventInfo(eventType, eventInfo); CASE eventType OF 5: {kObjOnInitXProperties} BEGIN SetPrefInt( 590, 1 ); {varParametricEnableStateEventing, kParametricStateEvent_ResetStatesEvent} result := SetObjPropVS(18, TRUE); {kObjXPropAcceptStates} {fallback to ensure good redraw before export} result := SetObjPropVS(23, TRUE); {kObjXPropResetBeforeExport} END; 44: {kObjOnAddState} BEGIN eventInfo := vsoStateAddCurrent( objectHandle, eventInfo ); END; 45: {kObjOnContextMenuInit} BEGIN {.......} END; 46: {kObjOnContextMenuEvent} BEGIN {.......} END; 3: {kParametricRecalculate} BEGIN IF pluginObjectExists THEN BEGIN IF NOT GetPref(531) THEN BEGIN IF objectHandle <> NIL THEN BEGIN IF NOT IsNewCustomObject(objectName) THEN BEGIN SetObjectVariableBoolean(objectHandle, 800, TRUE); {Accept text styles} loadBaseInfo; loadCropObject; reDraw; IF vpCropObject <> NIL THEN BEGIN {Temporary crop duplicate placement for visibility} HMoveBackward(bbHandle, TRUE); SetFPat(bbHandle, 0); {Clean up the crop duplicate after use} {DelObject(bbHandle);} END; END; END; END ELSE BEGIN Rect(-1m, -1m, 1m, 1m); END; END; vsoStateClear(objectHandle); END; END; {Restore user settings} PopAttrs; SetPref(163, userShowUnitMark); END; Run(CropDupeTest); [LT] Crop Dupe Test.vso crop_dupe_test.vwx
  14. Is it possible some posts made in the last week didn't get migrated?
  15. Hi Dieter, Thanks for your response! I already made some proof of concept plug-ins in vectorscript, but with the size and complexity of these programs vectorscript starts to become very annoying.. so the step to python was just a matter of time, so thanks for the extra push towards python Your API looks as a very good base, too bad I am stuck with 2014 for the foreseeing future. But I will certainly use it as a guide for my journey! As for the developer mode, I am indeed working with an english version.. so I will keep looking into the help-files and other resources. On the subject of importing/including it seems to me that the way newlines are handle matters as well, I had to use CR+LF to get it to 'work' Gr, Jord

 

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