I have seen a fab drawing which had the xsection illustrated by graphics and a list of all materials. I believe this is generated by some skill programming. Anyone who know about how this could be done? Or could provide me with the skill files?
I have a simple skill code to create the Xsection figure. and I'm trying to add the materials information, I have got the solution under cdnusers's help. Attachment is a skill to create physical layer.FYI
Leon..this looks to be a very promising application, however I don't quite get a cross section when I run this. I the code to run but get E- *Error* eval: unbound variable - docType at the end and only see a small box placed on the screen. Am I missing something?
Oh, sorry, For this routine, I deleted some my company's data. but this line escaped.you can delete one line, start docType, or add a semicolon (;) at the first.docType[p]=nth(p list)Then the simple fuction is OK.
Hi,I'm also quite interested in this skill program but even removing the above mentioned line gives the following error on loadLoading Skill file: Create_XSection_Figure_tmpl.ilE- E- SYNTAX ERROR found at line 76 column 1 of file Create_XSection_Figure_tmpl.ilE- *Error* lineread/read: syntax error encountered in inputE- *Error* load: error while loading file - "Create_XSection_Figure_tmpl.il"Does anyone else have it running?Best regards,Ole
Ole...I managed to get this running this morning. If you open Create_XSection_Figure_tmpl.il in a text editor there are two things you need to do to get this running. First, there seems to be an extra return line at the bottom of the file. Goto the bottom of the file and delete any blank lines back to );defun
Next, on line 68 you need to comment out the line docType. Just add a ; at the beginning of the line so that it looks like this
; docType[p]=nth(p list)
Works great after those two edits.