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*Hammond, Ric
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Space Control

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09-07-2000 11:36 AM
Can a space be locked so the square footage does not change if you grab
a grip from the midpoint? It would be nice if the space would
self-adjust if it is streched and pulled. Is this a wish list item?

Has there been a brain dump on space planning?
*Starz, Rob
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Re: Space Control

09-07-2000 08:49 PM in reply to: *Hammond, Ric
I don't think this is available but it is definitely a good wish list item.
This could be accomplished through reactor codes and attaching LDATA to the
Something to look am and you got to get my mind


Rob Starz
Plogv 3.0 & 2000 (plot logging) for r14 & 2000
***Enhancement Tools for Arch. Desktop *****
StarDsign cad solution
*Starz, Rob
Message 3 of 5 (189 Views)


09-09-2000 03:19 PM in reply to: *Hammond, Ric
Ok....I made a routine called CS_SpaceLockDown (as in Jail) which will
allow you to lock the Length,Width, Height or Area of an object. If the
object is modified the variable that you wish to lock is checked. If it is
locked then it is set back to the locked variable.

before I post it I would like some additional input as to what else this
Space Control program should do.

Let me know what anyone wants.

Rob Starz
Plogv 3.0 & 2000 (plot logging) for r14 & 2000
***Enhancement Tools for Arch. Desktop *****
StarDsign cad solution
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06-29-2004 03:15 PM in reply to: *Hammond, Ric
- Anyone know what ever came of this? Is there a routine for stretching polygons or space objects while retaining a fixed area?

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Registered: ‎07-11-2007
Message 5 of 5 (162 Views)

Re: Space Control

11-03-2011 12:37 PM in reply to: *Hammond, Ric

Does anyone know what happened to this routine that was created?  This would be a valuable tool for block planning specific area sizes.  Thanks.

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