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h.sezenn
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May I move other line when I modify any line ?

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11-22-2013 12:59 PM

Hello everybody,

I have a quesiton.

I draw some line in my drawing page.

but I want to modify them.

For example, when I modify any line, the other lines must move. Also I want to do it with this layer ("lines_layer_name")  . May I do it ?

Thank you everyone  :smileyhappy:

 

picture 1

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picture 2

 

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picture 3

 

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architectOfIdeas
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Re: May I move other line when I modify any line ?

11-22-2013 02:56 PM in reply to: h.sezenn

By the series of images, I'm assuming you're looking to mimic the Stretch command.

 

Do you have a specific question about the programming involved?

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Re: May I move other line when I modify any line ?

11-22-2013 03:37 PM in reply to: architectOfIdeas

I could be mistaken, but this sounds to be a (more complex?) adaptation of this:

 

http://through-the-interface.typepad.com/through_the_interface/2008/08/anchoring-autoc.html



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StephenPreston
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Re: May I move other line when I modify any line ?

11-26-2013 02:22 PM in reply to: BlackBox_

I think I prefer using the Overrule API to this approach, but both have the same problem that the updates don't happen if someone edits the DWG when your app isn't working. You can address that if you setup some geometric constraints between the entities instead. See http://through-the-interface.typepad.com/through_the_interface/2010/12/some-content-from-au-2010.htm... for some examples of both overrules and geometric constraints.

 

 

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