Piotr Dobrowolski

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  • in reply to: The Perfect Zone Label #4259

    Piotr Dobrowolski
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    Check the INT zone labels – they have the properties ability inside (AFIR)

  • in reply to: Trying to understand autoscripted groups #4247

    Piotr Dobrowolski
    Participant

    If You know what is modelled (know IDs and so on) and just borrow the code: You can safely remove the group commands and all initial coordinates translations (+ del’s accoordingly)

    Piotr

  • in reply to: Performance issue with Custom Labels #4246

    Piotr Dobrowolski
    Participant

    This became way better since AC 20 (AFIR) (I had some project that was very slow because of many associative labels in 19…while I opened it by accident in newer version it worked better)
    To check just open the project for testing even without library migration in 22 – maybe that would be the argument for migrating up at least the latest projects.
    (I know the drawbacks in GDL, but there are also good points there)

    Piotr

  • in reply to: AC22 new Label fixed parameters #4245

    Piotr Dobrowolski
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    Check the state of LABEL_HAS_POINTER fixed parameter. (look for this condition in the standard labels…so to not move the label from inserton point if no pointer as well)

    Piotr

  • in reply to: Sense the change of object ID #4196

    Piotr Dobrowolski
    Participant

    OK I will answer myself.
    Looks like it is wired: if GLOB_MODPAR_NAME=GLOB_ID” just worked…
    So in the “previous” (first) run there must be temp parameter prepared say: TEMP_IDX where the previous state of ID is stored (can be of course empty for the start)
    then:
    if (GLOB_ID#TEMP_IDX) then
    will mimic the missing parameters change check.

    Piotr


  • Piotr Dobrowolski
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    The trick with MASTER_GDL I know very well…I just wanted to make a fill inside one object and use it in it only ;(
    not messing around with the attributes in the project….

    Seems the fill defined inline works only for 2d script – even if defined in master or 3d script – the negative values of indexes are “invisible” for SECT_FILL and so on….;(

    Piotr


  • Piotr Dobrowolski
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    I cannot see the inline fill defined in the masterscript in the fill type parameter normally…should I do some values restritcion to the parameter and set it to: values "fill_parameter" RANGE (,0)?

    Piotr

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