Thats nice but not what I need I understand ilogic I just can't find codes that can be used in ilogic and a section that explains the code.
I write VB, VBA, C++, Java and a few others I will say I am not the best but I get buy with the help files and sample codes. But ilogic has none of this or very very little.
Also you are asking for me to pay for something that should have been included in the software.
Autodesk use to pride themself on the best help file and should have been included..
If you ask me they are not looking like they care about the end user but the stock holders finding ways to make a product cheaper and charge more no matter what the cost is. And that cost is our time our money not theirs.
I just don't know anymore its a shame....
Like right now I need to find a way to stack text in ilogic not sure if it can be done because there is nothing to read to find out so I post in the custom fourm and I will have to keep trying things till someone answers the question or forget about it and find a workaround.
The AU class 'iLogic Made Simple' is just a small portion of what is in our course. It goes well beyond what was shown in the class at AU. The class was 45 minutes long and our course runs just over 4 hours. Here is a link to what is covered in the course.
Stacking Text is actually one of the topics covered in the course. You can use vbCrLf which is Carriage Return - Line Feed.
Perfect just what I need because of that I may just do your class..
Ok went to find price could not I just want ilogic course email me with price and link...
It is longer but I still don't think it covers what I am after. How is this presented, in the class room or from discs? Will there be more of these to come?
Our courses are presented as Video Tutorials. You can purchase a DVD or you can download the courses directly from our site. We also provide part and assembly files that go along with our courses, as well as specialized tools like our Phantom Route Guide.
Every year our courses are updated with new content depending on the changes in Inventor and/or input from our customers. For example, this year we have added a lot of content covering the Materials and Appearance libraries and we added the course covering iLogic.
All of our courses are extremely in depth and cover a multitude of topics. We pride ourselves on not just showing you the various tools, but how and why they should be used.
I might be able to answer your question better if I knew what you are looking for in iLogic.
The courses from TEDCF are top notch and will give you a much better idea of what iLogic is capable of
- especially reguarding it's VB.NET roots.
Your buddy John said it would not work for what I need. I understand I logic but what I can't find are the things that make ilogic go. The code and samples...