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  1. What is it about Lighting Devices? I just moved 79500 instances on hybrid symbols, with a record attached, that are not defined as "Lighting Devices" to a different layer. They were ungrouped, and the symbol is very similar to what I moved as a lighting device. This move took < 1.5 hours. I don't have an exact time, as I went to lunch while it was working, and it was complete upon my return.
  2. Pat, that did help. Yesterday I moved about 1600 devices between layers, and it took over an hour. by grouping, I was able to move the same units between layers in only 3 minutes. Of course these devices hav no label legends attached, so I am sure that is saving some time. Do you have any trick for changing record fields for large numbers of devices? That seems to be another major time suck when dealing with a couple hundred devices at a time.
  3. Finally done. 8 hours 15 minutes. Just to change layer.
  4. I have a drawing I am working on, I currently have 38853 Lighting Devices, that I am trying to move to a new layer. The lighting device consists of a very simple 2d symbol. A line, a square, and a circle. The layer they are being moved to is set to be 'Not Visible' I selected them, and changed the layer attribute in the Object Info window. It has been over 4 1/2 hours and it is till not finished processing the change. I am Rundung VW 2019 SP2 on a 15", 2018 MacBook Pro 2.9Ghz i9 32 GB High Sierra 10.13.6 With Process Manager, I can see the VW2019 process is running at %100, but the system CPU is 87% idle. There is no load on the GPU. Spotlight sync is not enabled (I would hate to think how slow that would be) Is anyone else noticing slow handling of records? From the same file, I just performed the same operation on my old machine(15" 2012 MBPro, 2.6Ghz i7, 16Gig Ram, OSX 10.12.6), moving 1640 devices to a new layer. It took over 45 minutes
  5. I am writing a script that'll create a worksheet, with a database in it. I can make a column sort, and/or summarize items, but how do I tell to sum values from the script? I don't want to have the user select it via the drop down. SetWSColumnOperators allows one to summarize items, but I don't see how to sum values.
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    GetWSSubrow*

    That explains it. Not surprised I was doing something wrong. I should have caught that. Thanks for your help.
  7. t-bud

    GetWSSubrow*

    I am writing a script, and am having an issue with the GetWSSubrow functions. Here is a samble of the script, that creates a spreadsheet, and trys to get the number of subrows created. PROCEDURE TestGetWS; VAR SSheet :HANDLE; subrow :INTEGER; BEGIN SSheet := CreateWS('LXSymbols',2,4); {create worksheet with 2 rows and 4 columns} SetWSCellFormulaN(SSheet, 1, 0, 1, 0, '=DATABASE((R IN [''Lighting Device'']))'); SetWSCellFormulaN(SSheet, 1, 1, 1, 1, '=(''Lighting Device''.''Symbol Name'')'); SetWSColumnOperators(SSheet, 1,0,0,0,1,0,0); {Summarize Column 1} ShowWS(SSheet, TRUE); RecalculateWS(SSheet); subrow := GetWSSubrowCount(SSheet, 1); Message('There are ',subrow, ' Lighting Symbols'); END; run(TestGetWS); I get an error online 14 saying that it expects a new factor. I get the same error regardless of which of the GetWSSubrow* functions I try. Am I doing something wrong, or is the function broken? Running VW2016 SP4 on Windows 10
  8. I would love to see a hot-key that could be used with the Number Instruments tool, where when the key is held, the number is not incremented. For example, when assigning circuit number to units, If there are 2 or 3 units on a circuit, it would be nice to be able to hold a key and assign the same value to multiple units, before progressing on to the next circuit. The same function could be utilized when assigning Circuit Name to multiple units manually.

 

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