Frank Beister

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  • in reply to: GDL Script #4559

    Frank Beister
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    The name is not in quotation marks. So it is a variable. Davids trick will not work in this case. You have to look in master script, parameter list or parameter script, which values the variable/parameter may be.

    On the other side you would not need to replace a macro, if you could add your new one and add its name to the available list of values of [typ_ouv].

    GDL developer | www.opengdl.org | Hamburg, Germany

  • in reply to: LP_​XMLConverter manual #4490

    Frank Beister
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    Thanks, got help by Jochen too.
    Is there an online documentation like the gdl reference manual?

    GDL developer | www.opengdl.org | Hamburg, Germany

  • in reply to: Cleaning up after 3ds import/conversion #4489

    Frank Beister
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    Try to contact kimweb.de / cadclick.com . I met these German guys at bau2019 trade show in Munich. They told me, that they convert 3d shapes from other cad software by native GDL shapes like cone, tube, cylind into gsm objects. Maybe they can provide an interface for you. Send best wishes from the gdl-door-guy from dormakaba.

    Another soltution is maybe to convert your stuff to binary gsm files.

    GDL developer | www.opengdl.org | Hamburg, Germany

  • in reply to: Label option assoc vs "dead"? #4446

    Frank Beister
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    A label can not have a GLOB_ID. So you have to add a parameter to get the text to label (or is it every time “x”).
    In GDL you can request, if the label is associated. If it is not, you use the parameter.

    GDL developer | www.opengdl.org | Hamburg, Germany

  • in reply to: Adjust position to story height #4439

    Frank Beister
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    Try GLOB_ELEVATION or the operation SYMB_POS_Z – GLOB_CSTORY_ELEV for objectplacementheight.

    GDL developer | www.opengdl.org | Hamburg, Germany

  • in reply to: parameters with array #4399

    Frank Beister
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    No. You can control just the whole array content

    GDL developer | www.opengdl.org | Hamburg, Germany

  • in reply to: Ghost UI page in doors #4391

    Frank Beister
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    I think, I got it:
    It is the following parameter, which makes the UI page invisible, if is part of te parameter list:

    ac_wido_hide_options, Integer, default/value 3

    GDL developer | www.opengdl.org | Hamburg, Germany

  • in reply to: Ghost UI page in doors #4387

    Frank Beister
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    Sorry: I was able to open it by the SHIFT-STRG-O Command. 😉 But nothing intersting inside. 🙁

    GDL developer | www.opengdl.org | Hamburg, Germany

  • in reply to: Ghost UI page in doors #4385

    Frank Beister
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    Habe sie gerade doch öffnen können. Ist aber nichts drin zu erkennen.
    Tür (Wand).gsm

    Attachments:

    GDL developer | www.opengdl.org | Hamburg, Germany

  • in reply to: Ghost UI page in doors #4384

    Frank Beister
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    “If I choose a door subtype wit “GS” in the name, I will get no sill’s tabpage.”
    And if I do that, I get a very lot of subtype parameters, I do not need inside my object. I haven’t changed the subtype a long time ago, so it has to be something else.
    I think, I have deleted a GS parameter with a default value, that disables the ui page provided by the subtype. If the subtype wouldn’t be inside of a DLL, I could open and have a look on it.

    GDL developer | www.opengdl.org | Hamburg, Germany

  • in reply to: Ghost UI page in doors #4373

    Frank Beister
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    I know. This is a 2 year neartlly fulltime programming job. I used the GS macros so far and got NO ghost UI page. Now, since I have deleted definively all GS macro calls I get the UI page of unknown source.

    GDL developer | www.opengdl.org | Hamburg, Germany

  • in reply to: Number of parameters in parameter list #2964

    Frank Beister
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    As long as doors, which are one of the most complex building components, have to have one element in CAD 1024 is rarely not enough. It is not the aim to throw 1000 paras into one interface, but to be able to ask and STORE each information necessary to have all values for a proper configuration of most possibles door variations. E.g. If just one door in your project does not have the possibility to record and list parameters for a door closer, your door list will fail.

    GDL developer | www.opengdl.org | Hamburg, Germany

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