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  1. okay! I learned somethings... respond2SurfaceEdit should actually be called OnInit the vsoAddParamWidget command should be in OnInit and to actually be able to add widgets and adjust their visibility/enabled state you need to include the following at the beginning of the OnInit: ok = vs.SetObjPropVS(8, True) #kObjXPropHasUIOverride} ok = vs.SetObjPropVS(12, True) #kObjXHasCustomWidgetVisibilities}
  2. Trying get a handle on using event handling for PIOs.(Pun fully intended) Mostly look to build my parameters programmatically rather than using the Plug In Manager. Here's a little script I've added to a Point object. My understanding is that I should build my parameter widgets during the respond2Widget prep event, but that event never seems to get triggered. When I select the object from my Tool Palette it triggers a respond2SurfaceEdit, then a resetEvent. When I click in the drawing to place it I get respond2SurfaceEdit, resetEvent, respond2SurfaceEdit, resetEvent. Am I missing something? If so what am I missing? Where can I find some documentation on this? code below: def eventHandler(): def resetEvent(): pioName, hPIO, recHand, wallHand = 0, 0, 0, 0 ok, pioName, hPIO, recHand, wallHand = vs.GetCustomObjectInfo() if ok: vs.Rect(0,0,1,1) def parametricPref(): None def respond2SurfaceEdit(): None def onSpecialEdit(): None def onReshape(): None def onButtonPress(): None def respond2WidgetPrep(): vs.vsoAddParamWidget(9, 'testing', 'A Test') vs.vsoSetEventResult(-8) def onParamValChange(): None def triggerEvent(argument): eventSwitcher = { 3 : resetEvent, 4 : parametricPref, 5 : respond2SurfaceEdit, 7 : onSpecialEdit, 9 : onReshape, 35 : onButtonPress, 41 : respond2WidgetPrep, 44 : onParamValChange, } # Get the function from switcher dictionary func = eventSwitcher.get(argument, lambda: "nothing") vs.AlrtDialog(func.__name__) # Execute the function return func() theEvent, theButton = vs.vsoGetEventInfo() triggerEvent(theEvent) vs.PushAttrs eventHandler() vs.PopAttrs
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    Using try/except

    should have been more clear... need to check if the symbol exists in the drawing symbol library. vs.GetObject works to check if a symbol has been inserted in a drawing. try/except does work for other types of errors. but maybe not for VW thrown errors? The following bit of code works as expected try: x = 9/0 except: vs.AlrtDialog('This is division by zero!')
  4. Trying to figure out a quick and easy way to see if a symbol exists in a drawing. There doesn't seem to be a straight forward way of doing this that I can find. So I figured I would use "try/except". But vw still throws an error ūüėē symName = 'mySymbolName' try: vs.Symbol(symName,0,0,0) except: vs.AlrtDialog(symName+' doesn't exist in this drawing')
  5. Mostly just pop in and out when I'm testing snippets of code, or setting up a new tool.
  6. Here's what I'm trying to do: User selects an object User then selects the PIO tool and inserts the PIO PIO uses info from the selected object as a parameter value. Currently: I get the handle to the user selected object using LSActLayer or FSActLayer. Use GetRField to extract the information from the object. Run GetCustomObjectInfo to get the PIO handle Write the information to the PIO using SetRField The problem I'm having is that it appears that a PIO resets(vsoGetEventInfo #3) itself 3 times before the creation is finished. On the first reset event the handle still points at the user selected object, on the second reset event the handle is empty, on the third reset the handle points to the new PIO. Short of writing the information to a file how do I get the information from a user selected object into a PIO on creation?
  7. There were a ton of resources on vectorlabs.info Unfortunately it seems to have disappeared. Anybody know where it went or if the information was archived somewhere?
  8. Everytime I exit Plug In Manager I get a pop up that says "Only Plug-in Objects in the active document have been updated. You must close and open the other documents to update them". How do I get this this warning to stop appearing? Not having a second VW file open is not a useful answer...
  9. Nik

    Phantom Records

    That gets rid of all the records not just the ones without an associated object. I have records within the file that are not associated to an object, best as I can tell.
  10. Nik

    Phantom Records

    I have a file that has "phantom" records. They only seem to appear when I "Export Database..." of that particular Record Format. If I do a search for them using the information that's in a field nothing is selected. If I generate a worksheet within VW the "phantom records" don't appear as lines in the worksheet. Any thoughts?
  11. What are some techniques folks use to keep scripts synced across several computers without needing to go to each one and reinstall?
  12. LW requires continuos live access to the xml file. The small pauses of accessibility that are inevitable with any cloud based drive interrupts LW writing to the xml and then LW panics. Your best bet is to keep the xml file on your local drive.
  13. Awesome! Making the switch from vectorscript to python is a bit of a challenge!
  14. Having trouble getting vectorscript functions that require a vector as parameter to work properly. In the snippet of code below, I think that ang should equal 45¬į. But the dialog tells me -90¬į and then I get the error shown in the attached file: pt= [1,1] ang = vs.Vec2Ang(pt) vs.AlrtDialog(ang)

 

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