Hi!I can create RGB fills by exploding a pdf file which includes colored
fills. Sorting them by color seems to be impossible, or am I wrong?
Anyway it would be nice to create RGB fills in 2d script in same way as
You can define material in 3d script....
Hi GSI found that the GDL ClipPolyline operation returns the right
amount of cut polylines, but they are all the same ones. Have I missed
something or is it a bug? I certainly wish this operation returned all
cut polylines.-You can move the polyline ...
Hi GS!I'm glad to see the new DICTIONARY parameters.The polygon
operations have been able to operate with those since v23. My little
study of replacing polyline parameters with dict ones succeeded, but
there was something with the StoreDictPolygon I ...
Hello!This comes to my mind when I make a new object.Is there a way to
explode the type object parameters (blue in UI) ?What I ´m looking is
that I could compose parameters by choosing many subtypes one after
another. Now if my object has a subtype a...
Hi all Polygon Operation masters. I tried GDL to Clip a polyline with
another polyline but failed, Polyline offset works fine yet. Some other
options also failed, please check the attacment. This function is great,
but I can´t get it work.
Hi! The fill origin is controlled by the "coor" command in the 3d
script. It is shown in 3d views and sections/elevations. In GDL manual
page 549 "Modeling transparent bodies" and "DOORS AND WINDOWS" page 577
tell basic guidelines. You can try this c...
I noticed that in Peter´s code there were defined 4 outline points and 4
hole points in the "StoreDictPolygon" -definition while in the older
"Store" definition it is supposed to give 5 points, the first and the
last are the same. It seems to work wh...
Peter, thanks for solving the problem. The index in the result ID array
was the reason as You mentioned. I will carefully study Your code. These
operations are not a peace of cake but I hope to master them.
-Still, You could try this formula: If You define the top surface by 3
points, You get point S height easily. You can play with the attached
object, it is interactive. !this formula calculates sz height of a point
S(sx,sy) on a plane P1,P2,P3 !3d pro...