View Revisions: Issue #4139

Summary 0004139: v0.18-16131 - Macro - SubtractivePipe attached path object issues after macro executed.
Revision 2019-09-21 09:35 by DeeJayOne
Description I have tried to capture a macro while drawing a body which is containing a SubtractivePipe object.

When, I play the generated macro file, I have 2 errors displayed (on the body -> "Tip shape is empty" and the Subtractive part -> "No spine linked")

1) I have first checked the sweep properties of the SubtractivePipe and I can see that the attached path object is void. So it explains why errors occur.

Then, if I launch the GUI guest settings for the SubtractivePipe, I can newly type the attached path object, then validate and all is done.

2) I have added a python cmd in the script to add the attached path object to the subtractivePipe.
Then, I have played the macro file but the 2 errors are always here.
I can see on the properties that the attached object (a sketch in my case) is well typed, so I can say that the macro script is now OK.
But when I newly launch the GUI guest settings, I can see that there is no attached path object. How is it possible ?
I need manually type the attached path object via the GUI guest setting of the Subtractive object to solve the problem.

In case of automatic macro usage, it is very annoying.
Revision 2019-09-20 18:33 by DeeJayOne
Description I have tried to capture a macro while drawing a body which is containing a SubtractivePipe object.

When, I play the generated macro file, I have 2 errors displayed (on the part and the Subtractive part)

1) I have first checked the sweep properties of the SubtractivePipe and I can see that the attached path object is void. So it explains why errors occur.

Then, if I launch the GUI guest settings for the SubtractivePipe, I can newly type the attached path object, then validate and all is done.

2) I have added a python cmd in the script to add the attached path object to the subtractivePipe.
Then, I have played the macro file but the 2 errors are always here.
I can see on the properties that the attached object (a sketch in my case) is well typed, so I can say that the macro script is now OK.
But when I newly launch the GUI guest settings, I can see that there is no attached path object. How is it possible ?
I need manually type the attached path object via the GUI guest setting of the Subtractive object to solve the problem.

In case of automatic macro usage, it is very annoying.