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Peter Vandewalle

vs.GetFStory()

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I have not used them, but look at:

 

GetStoryLayerTemplateName This will get you the name of the first story in the template. Combined with GetObject might get you a handle to the first story in the file.

 

If that does not do what you want then perhaps GetStory of Layer might get you something your can work with.

 

Then there is GetStoryAbove and GetStoryBelow to move through the list.

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Thanks for the reply, Pat.

 

GetStoryLayerTemplateName returns the name to the first layer in the story template. That's not a handle to the story :-(

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This does the trick:

 

import vs
hLayer = vs.FLayer()

hStory = vs.GetStoryOfLayer(hLayer)
while (hStory == ""):
    hLayer = vs.NextLayer(hLayer)
    hStory = vs.GetStoryOfLayer(hLayer)
sStory = vs.GetName(hStory)

 

Thanks for the help!

Edited by Peter Vandewalle

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