Szabadi Gergely

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  • in reply to: GDL cinerender rendering #3453

    Szabadi Gergely
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    Hi!

    Is there any documentation/user manual about cinerender in GDL. I only found this (http://gdl.graphisoft.com/gdl_other_docs/surfaces) but it is only in draft version.

    Thx

    G. Szabadi

  • in reply to: UI button – parameters #3450

    Szabadi Gergely
    Participant

    Dear Ben!

    Yes it helped, thank you. But I still cannot understand how can I change values of an array in this example.
    I tried this:

    PARAMETER SCRIPT:

    for i=1 to n
    if GLOB_UI_BUTTON_ID <> 0 then
    if GLOB_UI_BUTTON_ID<0 then
    parameters n = n – 1
    parameters vari_mat[i]= tempTexts[i-1]
    endif
    if GLOB_UI_BUTTON_ID>0 then
    parameters n = n + 1
    parameters vari_mat[i]= tempTexts[i+1]
    endif
    GLOB_UI_BUTTON_ID = 0
    endif
    next i

    BASIC SCRIPT:

    dim vari_mat[]
    vari_mat[1]=mat1
    vari_mat[2]=mat2
    vari_mat[3]=mat3
    vari_mat[4]=mat4
    vari_mat[5]=mat5
    vari_mat[6]=mat6
    vari_mat[7]=mat7
    vari_mat[8]=mat8
    vari_mat[9]=mat9
    vari_mat[10]=mat10

    dim vari_mat_[]
    vari_mat_[1]=”mat1″
    vari_mat_[2]=”mat2″
    vari_mat_[3]=”mat3″
    vari_mat_[4]=”mat4″
    vari_mat_[5]=”mat5″
    vari_mat_[6]=”mat6″
    vari_mat_[7]=”mat7″
    vari_mat_[8]=”mat8″
    vari_mat_[9]=”mat9″
    vari_mat_[10]=”mat10″

    dim tempTexts[]
    tempTexts[1]= vari_mat[1]
    tempTexts[2]= vari_mat[2]
    tempTexts[3]= vari_mat[3]
    tempTexts[4]= vari_mat[4]
    tempTexts[5]= vari_mat[5]
    tempTexts[6]= vari_mat[6]
    tempTexts[7]= vari_mat[7]
    tempTexts[8]= vari_mat[8]
    tempTexts[9]= vari_mat[9]
    tempTexts[10]= vari_mat[10]

    dim tempTexts_[]
    tempTexts_[1]= vari_mat_[1]
    tempTexts_[2]= vari_mat_[2]
    tempTexts_[3]= vari_mat_[3]
    tempTexts_[4]= vari_mat_[4]
    tempTexts_[5]= vari_mat_[5]
    tempTexts_[6]= vari_mat_[6]
    tempTexts_[7]= vari_mat_[7]
    tempTexts_[8]= vari_mat_[8]
    tempTexts_[9]= vari_mat_[9]
    tempTexts_[10]= vari_mat_[10]

    I just don’t figure out, how can I change of the values of an array.
    ThX

    G. Szabadi

  • in reply to: UI button – parameters #3445

    Szabadi Gergely
    Participant

    Hi!

    Thanks for the respond. Sorry it doesn’t work for me. If I use the “application_query” then I get a missing comma error.
    But I would like to show, what I am really into. I attached the gsm. with a UI picture, what I am working.

    So…

    I have a “n” (1-10) looped 3D obejct.
    I have 10 surface parameter. I control them with array.
    I would like that the user can control with UI BUTTONS (+, -) the n parameter so when I push “-” button it delete a row, but the essence is that I don’t want to delete the row, I only want that every material parameters value would jump one place + or -.

    I hope I describe my problem well. I am so sorry, I get that it is not so much a forum theme rather my own defect that I cannot understand.

    Thanks for any help

    G. Szabadi

  • in reply to: more picture parameters #3442

    Szabadi Gergely
    Participant

    Thank you Csilla!
    That is what I was looking for!

    G. Szabadi

  • in reply to: more picture parameters #3440

    Szabadi Gergely
    Participant

    Dear Csilla,

    I think maybe you misunderstood. I understand, that I can define values in parameter list. But I don’t want to define as I don’t know which picture (from which library) want to be used by the user.

    So I found this “gs_picture_name” parameter name (STR type), which results that the parameter values already change for only picture formats from added libraries. I only want to use more parameter like this.

    for example I want create a double screens for a PC workstation and the double screen is one object. I would like that user has the option which picture he or she want to see on which screen. And the user could choose from all added library.

    G. Szabadi

  • in reply to: more picture parameters #3432

    Szabadi Gergely
    Participant

    But I would like to have the option to scroll and choose from the pictures of added libraries. Like in the picture, but I would like to create this scrolling-type parameter many times.

    G. Szabadi

  • in reply to: Graphical Hotspots in Macro #3229

    Szabadi Gergely
    Participant

    I just update these objects I attached. This version OBJ1 only has one lenght parameter ‘A’ which I would like to use to scale in 3D. OBJ1 working fine. OBJ2 calls two OBJ1 and replace ‘A’ parameter with new ones. In 3D I see the purple graphical hotspot, I can scale but has no effect on the replaced ‘A’ parameters….

    Do I haves to setup ‘A’ as an array type parameter instead of lenght type parameter?

    Attachments:
    1. OBJ_02.zip

    G. Szabadi

  • in reply to: Graphical Hotspots in Macro #3227

    Szabadi Gergely
    Participant

    Thank you Gergely for your quick respond!

    It is strage. When I call a macro I can replace the macro parameter to a new one, but the hotspots cannot replace these parameters? I want to use this OBJ1 multiple times in OBJ2 so I can edit all the separate OBJ1 parameters with their own separate Graphical Hotspots in 3D. It is working without graphical hotspot.

    Any idea?

    THX

    G. Szabadi

  • in reply to: Graphical Hotspots in Macro #3224

    Szabadi Gergely
    Participant

    upload again

    Attachments:
    1. OBJ.zip

    G. Szabadi

  • in reply to: Graphical Hotspots in Macro #3223

    Szabadi Gergely
    Participant

    OBJ1

    G. Szabadi

  • in reply to: Graphical Hotspots in Macro #3222

    Szabadi Gergely
    Participant

    I attached the objects, I was working on. OBJ2 only call OBJ1 object. No error massage in OBJ1. Error massage in OBJ2.
    I am using AC20 5025 HUN.

    G. Szabadi

  • in reply to: Label handles #2651

    Szabadi Gergely
    Participant

    Thanks for the answer!

    And is there any way, that my label (use textbox) act as a normal label (textbox)?

    G. Szabadi

  • in reply to: Newparameter #2457

    Szabadi Gergely
    Participant

    Thanks, perfect. I am trying to refer to this string description from a label. I am trying with ASSOCLP_PARVALUE_WITH_DESCRIPTION but with no sucess.

    !MASTER
    dim intparam[]
        intparam[1]=1
        intparam[2]=2
        intparam[3]=3
        intparam[3]=4
    
    dim strparam[]
        strparam[1]='opt1'
        strparam[2]='opt2'
        strparam[3]='opt3'
        strparam[3]='opt4'
    
    !PARAMETERS
    values{2} "a" intparam[], strparam[]
    
    !2D
    
    text2 0, 0, a
    
    ! LABEL 2D Script to refer and write "a"
    
    info1=""
    n=REQUEST("ASSOCLP_PARVALUE_WITH_DESCRIPTION", "a", DUMMY_name_index, DUMMY_type, DUMMY_flags, DUMMY_dim1, DUMMY_dim2, info1)
    
    text 0, 0, info1 

    I tried with strparam[a] as I put dim strparam[] in the label Master script also.

    G. Szabadi

  • in reply to: Newparameter #2450

    Szabadi Gergely
    Participant

    If I define a parameter with array that has separately string values, and integer values, how can I refer for the string values? I want to write the string values, but anyhow I do it I get back the integer values

    !MASTER
    dim intparam[]
        intparam[1]=1
        intparam[2]=2
        intparam[3]=3
        intparam[3]=4
    
    dim strparam[]
        strparam[1]='opt1'
        strparam[2]='opt2'
        strparam[3]='opt3'
        strparam[3]='opt4'
    
    !PARAMETERS
    values{2} "a" intparam[], strparam[]
    
    !2D
    
    text2 0, 0, a

    G. Szabadi

  • in reply to: Hotspots in section #2436

    Szabadi Gergely
    Participant

    Thank you, Gergely!

    G. Szabadi

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