Recent Posts

Pages: 1 2 [3] 4 5 ... 10
21
Looking For Help? / Re: KEYBOARD SHORTCUT assigned to NON EXISTENT Macro
« Last post by jacklward on June 03, 2018, 10:28:05 AM »
Adriank & Lar,

Thank You Both

Jack
22
Looking For Help? / Re: KEYBOARD SHORTCUT assigned to NON EXISTENT Macro
« Last post by Lar on June 03, 2018, 07:30:16 AM »

In addition to Adrian's advice, if you do need to find the macro for a shortcut key:


 Open the saved keyboard file (if not already, save your default keys via the Keyboard tab of the Options dialog). For all the built-in keys (and those you assigned to built-in commands, I think) there will be just numbers. But for macros you will have something like the following, which shows the path to the assigned macro:


7,86,25512    ;;;C:\Macros\Set View to Cen of Selection.d3m


What it doesn't directly show is which key combo is used, designated by the first 2 numbers. To decipher them you will have to find DT's post explaining it.


Lar
23
Looking For Help? / Re: KEYBOARD SHORTCUT assigned to NON EXISTENT Macro
« Last post by adriank on June 03, 2018, 06:48:30 AM »
You should be able to simply assign the key to a new function and if it is assigned to something different it will automatically overwrite the old shortcut.
There is also a 'remove' button on the right that you can use to remove a key assignment if you don't want to assign any new function.
Adrian
24
Looking For Help? / KEYBOARD SHORTCUT assigned to NON EXISTENT Macro
« Last post by jacklward on June 03, 2018, 04:37:22 AM »
I have one or more keyboard shortcuts assigned to non existent Macros.  If you press the shortcuts nothing happens (Macros no longer exist).  I only know the Macro numbers are 10206 and 10559 (there maybe more).

Does Anyone know where DCAD stores the PATH those Macro NUMBERS point to?

Any help will be appreciated.

Jack
25
ANSWER (Sort Of) at bottom of Original Post.
26
General Discussion / Re: Corrupted file
« Last post by Rob S on June 01, 2018, 02:50:30 PM »
Hey, Bob

What happened to you just makes the rest of us feel better about what happened to us!!!

Details to follow, some day...

As penance, could you edit the subject of your original post and mark it resolved or something for benefit of persons scanning the headlines??
27
General Discussion / Re: Corrupted file
« Last post by Dr PR on June 01, 2018, 12:37:57 PM »
In Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy when Arthur pressed a button in the spaceship Heart of Gold a message popped up saying:

"Please don't press this button again."

Phil
28
General Discussion / Re: Corrupted file
« Last post by Bob P on June 01, 2018, 03:46:46 AM »
Thanks!
Now that was embarrassing.  :-[ One errant key press and I wasted 15 minute in frustration. I never use the snap grid, so as penance I'm going to remap the key to pop up an obnoxious message.  :P
29
BasicCAD / Re: ID_LOAD_WORKSPACE (How to load different dws files using BasicCAD)
« Last post by Lar on May 31, 2018, 07:38:23 PM »

I'm guessing it was never fixed.


I'm also guessing my contribution to that topic was that macros somehow got listed in my dcad's Task Bar icon and clicking on one would start dcad and run the macro.


This current dcad 2018's icon doesn't list anything at all.


Maybe you can record a macro running all the commands whose parameters you want saved, then edit the macro and replace any points with the 'null' parameter.



30
Lar,

Here is the entire macro I am running...

>ID_LOAD_WORKSPACE
{
File "MyWorkspace.dws"
}


I get 2 errors...Error:Invalid syntax. File: D:\BACKUP\DesignCAD (JW)\My Macros\_ Test Macro.d3m, Line:3 File "MyWorkspace.dws", Then Error: An error occurred in a DesignCAD command.  File: D:\BACKUP\DesignCAD (JW)\My Macros\_ Test Macro.d3m, Line:3 File "MyWorkspace.dws"

7 years ago you were in a post where it was determined that ID_LOAD_WORKSPACE didn't allow any other commands, but it was going to be fixed.

Did they ever actually fix it ?

Jack
Pages: 1 2 [3] 4 5 ... 10