Peter Nagy-Barta

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  • in reply to: POINTCLOUD command use #2839

    Peter Nagy-Barta
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    Dear Jaime,

    The POINTCLOUD command was designed to work this way. In ARCHICAD, GDL objects created by the PointCloud add-on contain exactly one PointCloud reference per object. This is why names as variables are not accepted in the first place. The second reason for this was to support background compatibility, same as with macro calls: exact names can be handled deterministically, which makes it a lot faster to process.
    Objects created without the add-on can contain more POINTCLOUD commands.
    POINTCLOUD command is more like a macro CALL without parameters than a PICTURE.

    Peter Nagy-Barta
    Library Developer, Library Team
    GRAPHISOFT SE

  • in reply to: Graphical Editing in Section Markers #2274

    Peter Nagy-Barta
    Participant

    Hi Geoff,
    With my marker object if you switch to “Wrong mode” in normal (not mirrored) case the No.23 Hotspot will not work and in mirrored case the No.33 Hotspot will also not work.
    The difference in the two modes is that in “Wrong Mode” the hotspot flags are different on the sides, in “Good Mode” the flags are the same.

    I hope it will help more now.

    Peter Nagy-Barta
    Library Developer, Library Team
    GRAPHISOFT SE

  • in reply to: Graphical Editing in Section Markers #2232

    Peter Nagy-Barta
    Participant

    Hi, we investigated the issue further:
    The same amount of hotspots are necessary on both sides, and in addition, the flags have to be the same as well.
    Attached is a test marker containing a ”good” and a ”bad” solution, you can switch between them with a parameter.

    Peter Nagy-Barta
    Library Developer, Library Team
    GRAPHISOFT SE

  • in reply to: paramReference and paper space #1750

    Peter Nagy-Barta
    Participant

    Dear James,

    I have created a Test Object about the new HOTSPOT2 editing mode.
    (see attached)

    In this object you can change between metric basic unit calculation (mm) and imperial basic unit (points)

    I hope it will help you to create your own object.

    Best regards,

    Attachments:
    1. Hotspot2_Test.zip

    Peter Nagy-Barta
    Library Developer, Library Team
    GRAPHISOFT SE

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