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While working on the door, I brought it and edited it.

LeeJaeYoung
Virtuoso

While working on the door, I brought it and edited it.

But do you think there are some problems with the existing drawings?

 

If I copy and bring it in or start from a new drawing, there is no problem...

Can you read the GDLs again and review them?

 

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existing project

LeeJaeYoung_1-1681397025740.png

 

If you put it back in a new project or ctrl+V one wall...

I edited the marker.

 

 

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Barry Kelly
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Those images look the same to me.

One is true line weight with reference lines turned off, the other is hairline with reference lines turned on.

What is the problem/difference between the two that you are concerned about?

 

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sorry.
You didn't explain in detail.
I specified the initial position of the marker.
At the new start, I go to the place I intended as shown in the picture below.
Even though the same door and marker are drawn again in the project before editing, they do not have the location I intended on the wall.
Bring it back to another project as a wall with ctrl+c,v and install the door and marker again.
So, I wonder if gdl is not called at all, so I ask if there is a command to newly call all gdl again.
Basically it's doing this. ^^

LeeJaeYoung_1-1681433553882.png

 

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I am still not sure I understand the problem.

 

If it is your custom door object and marker object, then they need to be in a library that you can load into each file.

You will need an 'office' library with all of your objects and macros, that you can load into every file along with the Archicad library.

 

If you don't have all of your objects and macros in a loaded library, then copy & paste between files will bring the objects across and they will end up in the Embedded Library.

I am not sure if it will bring the marker macro across or not (it is not something I do often, and besides I don't use door markers anyway).

 

Barry.

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in the previous question
If the script did not progress and the wall was moved, the script progressed and displayed the value.
So, the question was asked if it was possible to reload the wrong data with regen instead of redraw in autocad.

I send my gratitude to you today.
have a happy time

AC27 on window 11

Sorry, I still don't understand the problem.

Am I correct in assuming you have scripted this door and marker?

Or are they standard Archicad objects?

 

Barry.

One of the forum moderators.
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Lenovo Thinkpad - i7-1270P 2.20 GHz, 32GB RAM, Nvidia T550, Windows 11

I am learning and making it one by one.
That seems to be causing the problem.
Today, I am correcting my mistakes again.
Now, like the question I posted yesterday, I am studying getting the value of the variable I created in the property.
This time, I can't code because I don't understand the previous part.
It seems that we are growing day by day with the help of many people and Berry.

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