I've released version 1.0 of the Save Layer Settings Archicad
Add-On.Support for AC27 was added last week and now there's also a
Version with a German interface available.Otherwise the Add-On is
already running stable for a while.The basic functional...
Hi!This wish mainly concerns the Developer Forum, but since the
implementation would probably affect all forums, I'm opening the topic
here.I'm finding myself answering quite a lot of questions in the
developer forum with code examples & snippets. It...
Hi all, Did anyone of you have success with unregistering a
CatchNewElement observer?I passed a `nullptr` for the handlerProc as
described in the documentation.Unfortunately the observer doesn't seem
to unregister and my Add-On is still notified by n...
Hi!You can find more information and downloads here:
https://bschwb.com/add-ons/top-stamp/The label is automatically summing
the areas of rooms in one apartment.Check the following animation for
this core functionality: Some of the most important fea...
Ich möchte euch ein weiteres Add-On von mir präsentieren:Den "Live
TOP-Stempel", ein Wohnungsstempel der sich automatisch aktualisiert!
Mehr Infos, den Download und ein Video (zur Zeit nur in Englisch) gibt's
Ah yeah, you're right, that won't work then.I just thought maybe also
the include order might make a difference. So maybe including iostream
before any Archicad API include could work (also make sure it's before
the includes you have in associated he...
Hi Ben, I'm using notarytool for a while now. But I also remember it
being quite some work to switch. You can get more information about your
submission with (include your credentials the same way as for the other
notarytool commands): xcrun notaryto...
1. The resource id is a number you choose yourself and put into the
resource file. So it could be 132 like in the example or any other
positive number below 32767 (or something like this, can't find the
source for this anymore. I think it was related...
Good to hear that you found a way to get around the error!Supplying
another line of #define realloc(p, s) GS_realloc(p, s) won't help,
since it's already defined like this anyway. I suggested to try the
following (note the extra std:: in front of re...
OK, so good news and bad news: Good news: The issue should definitely be
with the MacOSX14.0 SDK, since in the file mentioned in your original
question, it uses std::realloc instead of realloc as in older DevKits
like the ones I have installed (13.0 ...