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Thanks Gergely. I think I have got it — rogue object. The error message actually helped, I just thought there was something you might know baed on the error code.
For the record, it was again: GSMs just converted to XML and back.
Thanks a lot Gergely. I have finally got to test it.
It all went well, except for one odd error message – but I guess it is not related to the previous problem:
122795: error: XML validation failed; value ‘-1’ must be greater than or equal to minInclusive facet value ‘0’
I suppose something might wrong at our end – could you please help, what that would be? Thanks again.
Thanks for getting back to me.
I am using the LP_XMLConverter from the LibDevToolKit. The one you can get from the Dev site. I think it is 4011.
Glad to hear the problem is not at our end – this time.
When converting XMLs to GSM, I have got an error message at several Library Parts:
“…20: error: XML validation failed; no declaration found for element ‘ContVis'”
The number in the front varies – so it might not have a particular significance.
The XML giving the error message, were not converted back to GSM. I was a bit surprised as I have just converted the Library to XMLs shortly before to check something.
Could you please help me what to check? Thanks a lot.
fjmtFebruary 17, 2016 at 22:53 in reply to: Is there a way to query all Library Part names in the loaded Libraries? #2269
And , one more thing. When you use the Graphisoft chair – as long as it works(!), you get the new features for free. Whereas if you re-save it (and its macros) to be “your own”, you have to do it with every new version (if you want to stay up to date) and you might need to fiddle with migration scripts etc.
You’re right Barry, never use any Graphisoft stuff. 😉
TonyFebruary 17, 2016 at 22:45 in reply to: Is there a way to query all Library Part names in the loaded Libraries? #2268
Thanks Gergely very true, should not have done that. One of the “quick and dirty solutions, that worked beautifully. Should never use Graphisoft parts 😉 If it makes things any better, I always felt bad about it. 😉
The fact is, that if you take the chair, you need to re-save all it’s macros as well, and I was putting it off.
On the other hand, I was always wondering how can ArchiCAD remember the ID of the macro, as all you can see is the name in the script.
I know it might be a different topic, but how do you resolve a situation, where you have duplicate macros, without re-saving them and going through every script that is calling them?
Yes, there is no central control. As MVO is not effective in the Layoutbook…
Thanks Gergely. Would be really nice though. I am sure a few of my colleagues would like it.
TonyFebruary 17, 2016 at 00:10 in reply to: Is there a way to query all Library Part names in the loaded Libraries? #2259
Thanks Gergely. I know about the image query, thanks.
I am calling Graphisoft chairs from our Library, and with the current version of our Library there is either the ArchiCAD Library 18 or the 19 loaded with it. Thought I can make it smart – not a biggie though, and our Library is under update anyway.
Thought I’s still ask. Thanks anyway.
(How about the Project Info queries – another post from me)