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 Skill Command [How to copy a rod object] 

Last post Tue, Aug 16 2011 7:51 AM by TjaartOpperman. 2 replies.
Started by AmitBiswas 18 Jul 2009 05:30 AM. Topic has 2 replies and 2717 views
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  • Sat, Jul 18 2009 5:30 AM

    • AmitBiswas
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    Skill Command [How to copy a rod object] Reply

     Hi,

    This is Amit, I want to copy one Multipart Path using skill command

    I am using  "dbCopyFig(objectID CV transform)"  command , but here it is copying only one layer from the maltipart path, it is not copying the whole Multipart Path.

    Can anybody help me out..

     regards,

    Amit

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  • Sun, Jul 19 2009 12:44 AM

    Re: Skill Command [How to copy a rod object] Reply

    There is  Sourcelink Solution 11011335 which talks about this. Unfortunately it's not possible currently, except by using leHiCopy(), the interactive copy command. There's a CCR asking for this to be doable via a lower level, non-GUI, API, but this has not been implemented yet.

    You should contact customer support if you want this, as increasing the number of requests for a particular features increases the likelihood of it being implemented sooner rather than later.

    Best Regards,

    Andrew.

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  • Tue, Aug 16 2011 7:51 AM

    • TjaartOpperman
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    Re: Skill Command [How to copy a rod object] Reply
    Dear Andrew, Has this been implemented by now?
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