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August 25, 2017 at 13:17 in reply to: How do I declare string that consist of quotation marks #3502
Ok I got it, you need to put it between ` signs
Please delete this topic, sorry for the spam
Yes I think so too. Probably worth to mention common workaround – Create global variable var and then in parameter script write
parameters var = GLOB_MODPAR_NAME
than you can reference to var in Master and 2D. In case anybody wondered – because that is not intuitive at all.
Gergerly – that’s fine I didn’t want to have real-time values.
If anybody wondered – I ended up up with attached script (will append first custom field from layout info). Need to make these buttons work nicer but it works.
Previous question: Is there a way in GDL to check if some variable changed its value?
There is GLOB_MODPAR_NAME but returns null after you click UI_Button.
Related question: Is there a way in GDL to check if some variable changed its value?
May 15, 2017 at 15:37 in reply to: How to get coordinates of the section/elevation story line? #3241
There is also one more thing I wonder about. Is there a way to add hotspot/hotline that works in the Story Level Marker script? It seams like Build-in have one. Hotspot2, or hotline2 command obviously doesn’t work.
May 15, 2017 at 09:33 in reply to: How to get coordinates of the section/elevation story line? #3238
Thank you for your answer.
I did open Section or Elevation in the floor plan but I don’t know how to open macro this Section or Elevation calls so I can read it’s parameters. Please see screenshot below.
Also I am not sure if I’ll find what I am looking for there. The parameters from Build-in Section Marker are not the one I am looking for.
The parameters I am looking for are
– length of the section in the floor plan
– coordinates of the start and end of section
– information if it’s mirrored (like ~V in previous globals)
Or course all would be perfect. Is there a way to read any of these parameters? Where should I look for it?
May 16, 2017 at 09:21 in reply to: How to get coordinates of the section/elevation story line? #3249
Sorry, it does work. I didn’t know how to open macro.
May 16, 2017 at 09:15 in reply to: How to get coordinates of the section/elevation story line? #3248
Wow that works! Thank you Barry!
I pulled out toolbar you suggested. Thanks, a lot. Have a nice day 😉
May 16, 2017 at 08:19 in reply to: How to get coordinates of the section/elevation story line? #3245
How can I open this macro? Barry’s suggestion below doesn’t work, is there any alternative?
May 16, 2017 at 08:14 in reply to: How to get coordinates of the section/elevation story line? #3244
Thank you for your reply.
Unfortunetly nothing happenes when I select Section-Elevation Marker Macro or “Section-Elevation Marker Macro” and go CMD + SHIFT + O. This command normally openes object’s gdl editor when I do it on plan etc so I belive it’s the same function. I am on OSX.