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  1. Thanks Tim, but the origin is set to 0,0 in the Create Object pallette. When I place the VB XY on a locus I have at 0,0 the displayed data is: X:-394.856536 y:-528.301886. It has been quite a while since I have used this tool. I think it was VW2008 when I last used it without this issue then upraded to VW2010.
  2. I am trying to use the Vectorbits VB XY plug-in to obviously give me the x,y coordinates. When I place it on my drawing the coordinates are not correct. They do not match the x,y shown in the object info. pallette. What is this plug-in using for a 0,0 origin? Any ideas? Thanks, Heath
  3. Pat, This is great. I will use it often. Is it possible to have the inserted symbol be selected after replacement? Thanks again for sharing your knowledge. Heath
  4. I would like to update this into the same issue with VW2008. I import from the 3-d warehouse to sketchup and save. Then import into VW. The model comes in as thousands of polygons and it no longer has the fill colors that it had in sketchup. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated. Thanks, Heath
  5. Pat, Thanks for your expertise on this. It does exactly what I wanted. Heath
  6. I am sure this is simple for those of you here much smarter than I. I would like to have a tool (script) that I can select a symbol and have all of occurrences on the active layer of that symbol selected. I know I can use the custom selection tool, but I would sure like to just click on one of the symbols and have all occurrences selected without having to fill out all the custom search criteria. Thanks in advance for any help given. Heath
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    Katie, Could we get an update on when "soon" might be? Thanks
  8. I can not print to my designjet 1055cm with 2008 sp2. Prints from 12.5 just fine. Anybody have a fix? PC with Windows XP.
  9. When I import sktetchup to 12.5 I do not get any fill colors. Everything is filled white. I am new to sketchup and am only trying to get 3-d models from the warehouse. Am I missing something easy? Thanks, Heath
  10. djtowle, The scripts you mentioned sound very usefull. Could you provide more detail on how they work and maybe share the scripts with me? Thanks, Heath
  11. Jonathan, I am using vw 11.5.1 I am not real smart on scripts. I have some that others have shared in these forums, but never actually written one myself. What is your e-mail address? Thanks, Heath
  12. MullinRJ Thanks so much for the help. This is what I was looking for. The only thing I would like to change is to be able to round to 2 decimal places instead of carrying the number all the way out to 10 decimal places. Is there an easy way to do this? Once again thanks for all the help. Heath
  13. MullinRJ I am not real smart on scripts. I have only used ones the people have shared in this forum. I have never written my own. Here is the script I have. Can you tell me how to add your suggestions? Thanks a bunch. Heath PROCEDURE XYText; VAR objectHand, recordHand, wallHand : HANDLE; objectName : STRING; X, Y : REAL; BEGIN IF GetCustomObjectInfo(objectName, objectHand, recordHand, wallHand) THEN BEGIN {Get Object info} SetObjectVariableBoolean (objectHand,800,TRUE); {Let the text style be changed by the user from outside} GetSymLoc(objectHand, X, Y); {Get Object Position} END; Locus(0,0); {Something to see, won't print} TextOrigin (0,0); {Set text position, note the object internal coordinate system)} FillPat(0); {Set Fill to None} BeginText; Concat('E ',Num2StrF(X),' N ',Num2StrF(Y),'' ) {Note there is no ; at the end of this line} EndText; END; RUN (XYText);
  14. I am trying to find a way to display the x and y coordinates of a point on a drawing. I have found a few vector scripts that will do this using the page center 0,0. I need to display x and y coordinates after I have re-set the origin to a different point.

 

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