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... The joys of learning a new language.

Which language did you decide to learn (i.e., C#, VB, etc.)? :-)

[Edit] - Also, here's an example of ExportTo() Method, that discusses the importance of StyleConflictResolverType.



... Say C#, say C#, say C#
C# seemed the choice over vb, and you just confirmed it. :)

... Always happy to not help.  :-D
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Which language did you decide to learn (i.e., C#)? :-)

....the importance of StyleConflictResolverType.

And the just as important knowledge that the StyleConflictResolverType doesn't always work as expected....

Yikes - what do you do then, second attempt, or iterate the source/target style's settings?
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AutoLISP (Vanilla / Visual) / Re: About this forum
« Last post by nirav on Today at 12:42:10 am »
Same to me!!
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Land Lubber / Geographically Positioned / Re: force network synch to update styles?
« Last post by alanjt on March 02, 2015, 07:58:27 pm »
... The joys of learning a new language.

Which language did you decide to learn (i.e., C#, VB, etc.)? :-)

[Edit] - Also, here's an example of ExportTo() Method, that discusses the importance of StyleConflictResolverType.



... Say C#, say C#, say C#
C# seemed the choice over vb, and you just confirmed it. :)
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AutoLISP (Vanilla / Visual) / Re: "accoreconsole.exe": Curent state (Acad 2014)
« Last post by dgorsman on March 02, 2015, 07:00:36 pm »
Did you happen to read my post on either CADTutor or my Blog about the core console?
Here is the link to the CADTutor thread: http://www.cadtutor.net/forum/showthread.php?76974-Up-and-Running-with-the-2013-Core-Console&highlight=core+console

I show how it can run by using a windows batch script and the more powerful pairing it has by using it with ScriptPro.

I hope that someone will make a version of ScriptPro for ACAD 2016 when it comes out. I really want to use ScriptPro and the Core console because I am hoping that they fixed a major issue of the Core Console not having the ability to process OLE object, like a linked Excel Spread sheet that is linked to an ACAD table.

~Greg

You may be completely SOL on the OLE issue.  OLE relies on the connected application to manage the object including it's appearance, so since there is no "command line" version of Excel or any other OLE object sources I'm fairly certain they can never be resolved in a GUI-less environment.
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AutoLISP (Vanilla / Visual) / Re: Working on my new SDUCT release..
« Last post by nirav on March 02, 2015, 06:55:41 pm »
Hi Andrea,

Well done!!

 Is there any chance to put air flow rate formula in the code, so that one can see the difference in using different shapes and joints? No doubt, input flow rate will need to be assumed but the outlet rate could be calculated.

Cheers.

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Land Lubber / Geographically Positioned / Re: force network synch to update styles?
« Last post by Jeff_M on March 02, 2015, 05:12:58 pm »

Which language did you decide to learn (i.e., C#)? :-)

....the importance of StyleConflictResolverType.

And the just as important knowledge that the StyleConflictResolverType doesn't always work as expected....
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.NET / Re: Palettset and Palette newbie question.
« Last post by Earthbound on March 02, 2015, 04:56:49 pm »
Sorry, it looks like I did a poor job of describing what I want to do. I want to completely abandon using winforms and start using nothing but Palettes. So from my InitClass I want to be able to access the Palette (usercontrol and any public properties and methods I have created for it said control).

For example, lets say I have a set of blocks that I am tracking in a drawing. My palette has a list or datagridview of those blocks. One or more of those blocks is erased by the user. They are deleting that block via the command line. Taking advantage of the drawing database and document event handlers I want to be able to call a method or somehow notify the palette that that block or blocks needs to be removed from the list or the datagridview.

With my winform this was done by calling a method I exposed and works quite well.
That same method is now on the Palette but I see no way of communicating with that method now that it is on a palettset, why?

I was expecting to access it sot of like this:  m_Palettset.ucPalette.MyMethod();


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... The joys of learning a new language.

Which language did you decide to learn (i.e., C#, VB, etc.)? :-)

[Edit] - Also, here's an example of ExportTo() Method, that discusses the importance of StyleConflictResolverType.



... Say C#, say C#, say C#
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.NET / Re: Palettset and Palette newbie question.
« Last post by MexicanCustard on March 02, 2015, 04:07:21 pm »
If your methods are declared public in your form class then you should have no problem calling them from the bold section of code. 

Expose your controls as properties and you can access them in the highlighted section of code too.

Once you get outside this block of code you have highlighted, you have to have the form react to the user and control will pass to your form.
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