Hi! I use a surface texture on a section which I publish to PDF. On top
of this surface texture I have placed a gradient fill. When publishing
(or saving, have tried both and with image compressing on and off) the
surface texture becomes a solid, dep...
Hi everyone! In my GDL object Properties script, I have building
material and material information that I would like to translate from
Index to Name. For example, I have a building material with index 97 and
the name Offices. In my lists, I use the b...
Hi! For starters, I'm quite new to GDL. I have an object I made that is
a slab accessory. How would I go about using the area of the slab (or
the accessory, they're equal) in the properties script? Kind regardsKaj
Hi! EDIT: Managed to solve it, but keeping it here if anyone else needs
help with this. Apparently groups need to be enabled for preselect to
work, whether or not the elements are grouped. EDIT 2: I thought I
solved it, and it worked with slabs and w...
Hi!I'm working on a template for city planning and am currently looking
for ways to easily mimic buildings in an early stage. Right now I'm
using composite slabs with every story a different material, the
materials being whatever functions the buildi...
Hi Peter! So, I managed to almost figure it out, but there are still
some issues. I used the ASSOCLP_PARVALUE to request ac_coords, which in
my object are the coordinates of the slab. However, when imported to the
label, I only get the coordinates of...
Thanks! I got it to work with the more simple parameters! However, I
can't seem to get it to work with the array of coordinates that is my
starting polygon. How would I request that array? Another question that
popped up; can I in the user interface ...
Thank you Peter!Labels: Okay, I've started looking into the
"assoclp_parvalue", but I'm a bit lost. Sorry if my questions are a bit
basic, but so am I.An example: In my object, I have a parameter called
num_stories which is an integer dictating the n...
Hi!You should be able to select your element in plan, right click and
click Show Selection in 3D. Then, once in 3D, select the element (which
should be the only thing you see), right click again and click Show All.
That should reveal everything in 3D...