Have a Macro that runs nicely in v5, but having probs in v6. Seems “ChangeLayer” doesn’t work.
It’s a macro to basically make a One-Sided Wall with a Hatch: It should take a Curve, change the specific Layer, then offset the curve, fill it with a Hatch, put the Hatch in its own layer, then leave you with just the Orig Line (in its new Layer) and the Hatch (in its own specific layer.)
All seems to work except the ChangeLayer. (And its also a bit sluggish)
Hi Alan - all I can say is that if I copy and paste your macro into MacroEditor, create the required layers, AND replace all the " marks in the editor it runs and if I use the " from the pasted text it does not…
The Pause is suggested in order to allow you to select a curve if one is not pre-selected, for the ChangeLayer operation.
I did add a _SelLast at the end of the first line.
The curly quotes thing is something you need to be careful with, always work in a bog-standard text editor like notepad, not something that has formatting like Word. And on the Mac side, the OS itself adds curly quotes everywhere by default, you need to turn that off in system preferences…