Re: DVB file

#16
Hi Steven,

Please refer to the official document and modify it to fix with the IntelliCAD.
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Here's the modified function SSetCreate base on your one.

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Function SSetCreate(d_SetName As String, d_Mode As Integer, d_Data As String) As SelectionSet
    Dim t_SSET As SelectionSet
    Dim t_Point1 As Point
    Dim t_Point2 As Point
    Dim t_Code1 As Variant
    Dim t_Value1 As Variant

    Set t_Point1 = Library.CreatePoint(0, 0)
    Set t_Point2 = Library.CreatePoint(300, 200)
    
    t_Code1 = d_Mode
    t_Value1 = d_Data
    
    Set t_SSET = ActiveDocument.SelectionSets.Add(d_SetName)
    'ActiveDocument.SendCommand ("zoom all" + vbCr)
    t_SSET.Select vicSelectionSetAll, t_Point1, t_Point2, t_Code1, t_Value1 
    'ActiveDocument.SendCommand ("zoom p" + vbCr)
    Set SSetCreate = t_SSET
End Function

Re: DVB file

#18
Could we (you :) ) have used vicSelectionSetInsideWindow as an alternative to vicSelectionSetAll ?
and if yes, how would that impact the code?

I believe that the code is looking for the block "DAPDRB00" within the window contained within the points 1 & 2

SteveN

Re: DVB file

#19
Hi Steven,

First, the above only is converting your AutoCAD code to work on IntelliCAD.
Yes, in case you want to select the block named "DAPDRB00" within a rectangle defined by two point corners, you should use the parameter vicSelectionSetInsideWindow instead.

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t_SSET.Select vicSelectionSetInsideWindow, t_Point1, t_Point2, t_Code1, t_Value1 
Regards,

Re: DVB file

#20
Thanks again Quan.

MY understanding of this section of code is looking for a block (dxf code 2) that is named DAPDRB00 inside the window (0,0 to 300,200).
If it does then it loads the form DAP_DPP.

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    If (t_SSET.Count = 1) Then
        Set t_Form = DAP_DPP
         t_Form.Show
        End If
What is actually happening when i select the macro :
If the drawing is empty the form does not display, and a zoom all is executed. as expected.
However if ANY entity is in the drawing in any location the form is loaded??

Here is what I have

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Function SSetCreate(d_SetName As String, d_Mode As Integer, d_Data As String) As SelectionSet
    Dim t_SSET As SelectionSet
'--------original-------
'    Dim t_Point1(0 To 2) As Double
'    Dim t_Point2(0 To 2) As Double
'    Dim t_Code1(0) As Integer
'    Dim t_Value1(0) As Variant
'    Dim t_Code2 As Variant
'    Dim t_Value2 As Variant

'    t_Point1(0) = 0: t_Point1(1) = 0: t_Point1(2) = 0
'    t_Point2(0) = 300: t_Point2(1) = 200: t_Point2(2) = 0

'    t_Code1(0) = d_Mode
'    t_Value1(0) = d_Data
'    t_Code2 = t_Code1
'    t_Value2 = t_Value1
'--------original-------

'--------QUAN-------
    Dim t_Point1 As Point
    Dim t_Point2 As Point
    Dim t_Code1 As Variant
    Dim t_Value1 As Variant

    Set t_Point1 = Library.CreatePoint(0, 0)
    Set t_Point2 = Library.CreatePoint(300, 200)
    
    t_Code1 = d_Mode
    t_Value1 = d_Data
    
    Set t_SSET = ActiveDocument.SelectionSets.Add(d_SetName)
    ActiveDocument.SendCommand ("zoom all" + vbCr)
    t_SSET.Select vicSelectionSetAll, t_Point1, t_Point2, t_Code1, t_Value1 'Quan
'   t_SSET.Select vicSelectionSetInsideWindow, t_Point1, t_Point2, t_Code1, t_Value1 'was vicSelectionSetAll
    'ActiveDocument.SendCommand ("zoom p" + vbCr)
'--------QUAN-------
    Set SSetCreate = t_SSET
    
End Function
When I use F8 to step through the code, stopping at the final Set SSetCreate = t_SSET. I can place the mouse over t_Code1 and see it's value (2) and t_Value1 (DAPDRB00). but nothing for either point.

SteveN

Re: DVB file

#23
User Error!! I was trying to watch the complete expression, not individual components!!

Note: at this point the drawing contains a single rectangle -10,-10,0 to 310,210,0 (this is intended to be outside the search window)

I have placed watches on t_point1 & t_point2 and as I increment through the code, 1 returns 0,0,0 as double; 2 returns 300,200,0,as double.

Adding a watch to 't_SSET' in the closing statement Set SSetCreate = t_SSET gives me a count of zero and a name of "TEMP_SSET".

Now, adding a line from 50,50, to 250,150 (within the search window) and the incrementing through the code give:
Image
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Sorry not the best image, but
t_SSET now has a count of 1 ? is this correct??

SteveN

Re: DVB file

#25
Hi Quan, Thanks

Made no difference :(

Did you want me to attache a copy of the "DAPDRB00" to this thread or the test drawing?

Steve

P.S.
Zip file attached containing drawing with "DAPDRB00" inserted & the vbi as it stands.
Attachments
SLN-DAP.zip
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Re: DVB file

#26
Hi Steve,

Please use this function to get the block in the attached drawing.

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Function SSetCreate(d_SetName As String, d_Mode As Integer, d_Data As String) As SelectionSet
    Dim t_SSET As SelectionSet

    Dim t_Point1 As Point
    Dim t_Point2 As Point
    Dim t_Code As Variant
    Dim t_Value As Variant
    
    Dim FilterType(0 To 0) As Integer
    Dim FilterData(0 To 0) As Variant
    FilterType(0) = d_Mode
    FilterData(0) = d_Data

    t_Code = FilterType
    t_Value = FilterData

    Set t_Point1 = Library.CreatePoint(0, 0)
    Set t_Point2 = Library.CreatePoint(12, 8)
    
    Set t_SSET = ActiveDocument.SelectionSets.Add(d_SetName)
    ActiveDocument.SendCommand ("zoom all" + vbCr) ' zoom to 0,0 12,8
    t_SSET.Select vicSelectionSetInsideWindow, t_Point1, t_Point2, t_Code, t_Value
    ActiveDocument.SendCommand ("zoom p" + vbCr)
    Set SSetCreate = t_SSET
    
End Function

Re: DVB file

#27
Many thanks Quan, that works :)

I did have to make a small change:

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    t_Code1 = FilterType
    t_Value1 = FilterData
I will spend some time over the weekend studying your changes to understand them more.

On a side note, the dwg in the zip was hurriedly created and used an imperial template, we are metric here in the UK so I have kept the window as 0,0 / 300,200.

SteveN

Re: DVB file

#28
I've moved on a little, though work is getting in the way!!

Next problem is associated with Attributes.
here is the code:

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Sub DynamicFormLoad(d_Form As Variant, d_Handle As String)
    Dim t_SREF As BlockInsert 					 'was AcadBlockReference
    Dim t_SATT As Variant
    Dim t_Index As Integer
    Dim t_FATT As Variant                                    	 'Dim t_FATT As Control
    Set t_SREF = ActiveDocument.HandleToObject(d_Handle)      'was ThisDrawing
    If (t_SREF.HasAttributes) Then
        t_SATT = t_SREF.GetAttributes
        For t_Index = LBound(t_SATT) To UBound(t_SATT)
            On Error GoTo DynamicFormLoad1
            Set t_FATT = d_Form.Controls.Item(t_SATT(t_Index).TagString)
            t_FATT.Text = t_SATT(t_Index).TextString
DynamicFormLoad2:
            On Error GoTo 0
            Next t_Index
        End If
    d_Form.Tag = d_Handle
    Exit Sub
DynamicFormLoad1:
    Resume DynamicFormLoad2
End Sub
I've shown the original code where I've made changes.
Current problem:

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        t_SATT = t_SREF.GetAttributes
.
doesn't work, and gives a 'runtime error 450'

This looks to be the same issue as here : viewtopic.php?t=3218&sid=8e104d3c0271ac ... 2a03891c76

Question: is it the same? & should I try to follow the solution in that thread?
NOTE: I have 50 attributes!!

SteveN

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Re: DVB file

#30
Hi Quan,

I tried:

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    Dim t_FATT As Variant                                      'Dim t_FATT As Control
'    Set t_SREF = ActiveDocument.HandleToObject(d_Handle)      'was ThisDrawing
    If (t_SREF.HasAttributes) Then
    Set t_SREF = ActiveDocument.HandleToObject(d_Handle)      'was ThisDrawing
.

Same error message
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