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  1. Hi, yes I understand that every object must have a unique name that you enter by name in IOP. But is there is a possibility to let this happen automatically?. For example, I enter an initial value and then randomly number all walls with this initial value +1 (this then comes in the field of the name of the object in the IOP and then I can use the data tag to visualize this in the drawing.Hi, yes I understand that every object must have a unique name that you enter by name in IO. But is there is a possibility to let this happen automatically? For example, I enter an initial value and then randomly number all walls with this initial value +1 (this then comes in the field of the name of the object in the IOP and then I can use the data tag to visualize this in the drawing.
  2. Thanks for the tip. Works perfectly. Would there also be a possibility to select, for example, all walls on a layer and automatically give them a name?
  3. I would like to make a date tag for numbering the walls. Now when I use the existing tag I only get the reference from the IFC. I really just want the name of the wall that I enter manually. If I choose # N # then when selecting the option link to multiple objects all objects are chosen, including the lines and other things. How can I ensure that the data tag only selects my walls and adds the name that I entered in the info palette. thanks for the feedback. P
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    Claustra

    nobody who can help me please?
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    Claustra

    Hello I am not yet able to work with marionette and therefore make the first attempts to learn it, but I would like to appeal to your knowledge in the meantime. Is there anyone who could help me write a marionette script for making a claustra in 3d. (see image) the parameters that I think I need is the width, height of the height of application, dimensions of the brick, width height depth. If anyone likes it, please give a short explanation of how to use it. Thanks Pascal
  6. Okay, that is a possibility, but I don't understand why a text style that I assigned to the dimensions cannot be controlled via the classes in the sheetlayer. For example, if I turn a wall brown in my design layer, I can turn it yellow through the classes in my sheetlayer, why do dimensions not listen to those classes in your presentation layer? This is an existing drawing, so moving all dimensions to the annotations is a bit more complicated, the more so if I choose copy and paste, the sizes are no longer associated with my walls. Pascal
  7. I have a dimension to which I have linked a text style through my classes. I make a sheetlayer and I want to increase the sizes there in terms of text size. I select my viewport and go through classes to dimensions to adjust the text style there. But nothing happens, how can I ONLY make the dimensions and NOT all other text bigger in my sheetlayer? pascal
  8. Hello Can anyone tell me how I can create a label that give me the surface of an object( rectangle, circle, polyline... because there is no more a stamp tool that gives the area of an object. Thanks P
  9. Is there a tool in VW that allows me to grab hold of storiess, such as walls? I have to put some kind of teeth on a corner of a wall and make a penant is not an option because it is about a corner see image. I would like to get that toothing from floor to floor, for example. Now I made it in the form of a column but here I always have to enter the height and feed height manually.
  10. In Sketchup you have a function called 2 points perspective. In this way you see all lines perpendicular to each other in your 3D. Is there such a thing in Vectorworks or how do you set that up? Kind regards Pascal
  11. Thanks in advance for the effort, but even now I get the same with low cabinet I get it correct, but with high cabinet I only get to see a line but when I deselect I see nothing anymore. When I change back to a low cupboard, I see what I want in the right color.
  12. Could you not help me by adjusting the script according to your comments please. What I don't really understand much about it. Thanks in advance
  13. With my limited knowledge of Vectorscript, I tried to write a simple script for the sign of a low and high cupboard in floor plans. The intention is for the low cupboard to have a white filling and the high cupboard to have a dark gray filling. I want to get this by choosing the high or low cupboard in my info pallet. I manage to draw the low cupboard with white filling, but if I choose high cupboard, I only get a line and my cupboard disappears. Could someone help me make this script workable. If it is possible to give a height via the script, this would be a very nice extension for me. Thanks in advance for the help. [P] kasten.vso Procedure kast; VAR a,v,l:REAL; teller:REAL; verdeling:boolean; tk:string; BEGIN a:=pdiepte; v:=pv; l:=Plinelength; verdeling:=pverdeling; tk:=ptk; IF tk ='lage kast'THEN BEGIN rect(0,0,l,a); FillBack(0); FillFore(257); FillPat(1); PenSize(4); PenBack(256); PenFore(257); PenPatN(2); DSelectAll; IF verdeling THEN BEGIN PenSize(1);PenBack(256);PenFore(257);PenPatN(-499); teller:=1; line(0,a); MoveObjs(v,0,FALSE,FALSE); REPEAT Duplicate(v,0); teller:=teller+1; UNTIL ((v*teller)>l-v); end ELSE IF tk ='hoge kast'THEN BEGIN rect(0,0,l,a); FillBack(1238); FillFore(257); FillPat(1); PenSize(4); PenBack(256); PenFore(257); PenPatN(2); DSelectAll; IF verdeling THEN BEGIN PenSize(1);PenBack(256);PenFore(257);PenPatN(-499); teller:=1; line(0,a); MoveObjs(v,0,FALSE,FALSE); REPEAT Duplicate(v,0); teller:=teller+1; UNTIL ((v*teller)>l-v); end END; end; end; Run (kast);
  14. Can someone tell of give me a good workflow to create a curved window in 2d/3d a in the picture please thank you
  15. Hello Thank you for te very fine and clear explication

 

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