I am trying to create a custom texture detail schedule that references an object's texture and displays the assigned texture image. Problem is, I am fairly inexperienced with Ruby/macro in general although I have a very basic understanding. Has anyone created something similar to this, or have suggestions on how to get started with creating this type of custom macro? I am using Interiors 12X
In X12 I've noticed that when using Structural Member Reporting in a material list, the price column in the list does not appear to be sensitive to whether a "per unit" or "per length" calculation is being performed by the material list. In both cases, the material list appears to use the same Price variable in the Component Panel of each object. Does anyone know of some Ruby scripting that could be used to correct this? Off hand, I'm thinking of a macro inserted into the Price variable on the Component Panel of each structural member that would use the Material List row context to report a price that depends on how the row wants to use the Price.
Just throwing the question out here: Is it possible to write a custom script for X10 to make the program export a custom materials list with some calculated fields and some custom formatting, like a header with our logo?
If so, would anyone have an idea where I could turn to have this done for me?
The Andersen 100 Series windows [Fiberex] are always popular with a builders. Primarily, they offer different interior and exterior colors, not as ugly as some other Vinyl... Sometimes designer want to know if he is using standard vs custom sizes [adds +$$].
So here is a validator macro, that can be assigned as a label or just executed in the tmm
Free Macro, enjoy
Code demonstrate use of Ruby arrays, and "any?" method.
I also have A200,400, and pella.. But this will get you started if you are not 100% familiar with Ruby.