I’m trying to create macro commands for _FilletEdge
If during the execution of the commands I change the radius to all fillets
then usually I choose SetAll and enter a right value
for automatic I wrote macro as follows:
but SetAll attribute is unknown
This macro works almost as I want
SetAll recognized but is selected only one edge.
It does not give a choice to continue
I understand that there is activated _Enter
But without _Enter the SetAll remains unknown.
Why is this happening?
Maybe there is an idea?
Your first macro works just fine on my side. Check for typos or tell us your Rhino version.
I use R5 64 SR13
I tested it with R5 32 SR5
If I select one edge, the macro works well.
But when I select two or more edges. - still fails
Select edges to fillet ( ShowRadius=Yes NextRadius=4 ChainEdges PreviousEdgeSelection ): _Pause
Select edges to fillet ( ShowRadius=Yes NextRadius=4 ChainEdges PreviousEdgeSelection ):
Select edges to fillet. Press Enter when done ( ShowRadius=Yes NextRadius=4 ChainEdges ): _Pause
Select edges to fillet. Press Enter when done ( ShowRadius=Yes NextRadius=4 ChainEdges ):
Select edges to fillet. Press Enter when done ( ShowRadius=Yes NextRadius=4 ChainEdges ): _SetAll
Unknown command: _SetAll
Maybe it is a bug?
And what version are you using?
Does a macro that immediately asks for the radius work for you?:
Otherwise, here are a couple of threads concerning macros with multiple successive selections:
So it looks like I need a Pause for each pick within the ExtractMeshPart command? Your macro works well with 1 pick, but not many. I need to be able to select multiple faces. What I am after in general is automated way to get an outline of a mesh part, ideally without even affecting the mesh.
(a WISH for V6? )
wondering if we still have to enter multiple pauses for a macro like this?
_join _pause _simplifycrv _enterend
I take my words back. When I box-select multiple edges it works as supposed to. Picking edges one by one, and clicking or pressing Enter afterwords just executes it without stopping. (V5 SR12).
@spb I think nailed it.
Shouldn’t this be
no, _SelAll it is a different command
Within the _FilletEdge there is a dialogue. It SetAll
I tried MultiPause
But the number of pauses sets a limit on the choice of the edges
For example if you make a 3 pauses when the two edges can be selected to load _SetAll
If four pause when _SetAll triggered for three edges is selected
@spb I think nailed it.
@spb I think it a way
But why multi pause does not behave as usual