The surprise it becomes available if you open the Dryer library part and search for it in the scripts.
The answer to this one is Right here: http://gdl.graphisoft.com/forums/topic/ ... nt-connect
Complementing what @moonlight said, consider mentioning a few things more clearly on the topic, like the subtype issue that i had with the object or even that if you want a "45 Degree" connection for example you'll need to use 2 Vectors for direction with values of 0.707107 for it to work, otherwise it'll distort the connection.
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Moonlight wrote: ↑Sun Aug 23, 2020 7:32 pm
For this post issue, it's going to be adding a side/marginal note about Parameter Arrays - Parameter Script - graphical user interface - & n = APPLICATION_QUERY ("parameter_script", "firstoccasion_in_progress", isFirstRun)
- When working with inter-related parameter arrays that are exposed (or shown in) in the UI that may be updated by adding an index outside the predefined bounds, it is expected that some (or all) the arrays that needs to add a column (or row) may not take effect even when the script is correct.
For those issues, copy the parts of script that updates the parameter arrays to the Master Script.
Hi, could you write a more detailed example about what the code was trying to do when the update wasn't effective?
Péter Baksa Software Engineer, Library as a Platform
GRAPHISOFT SE, Budapest
There is a note that I believe that Graphisoft should include for the VALUES function
Note: VALUES will not accept a unique negative value for parameter assignment/initiation. Negative values used in VALUES function must exist within a multiple selection of possible values or with in a range of values, whether all values were negative values or not.
such as in the following example
For those cases use PARAMETERS function
A good friend of mine have once told me that I´m so brute that I´m capable of creating a GDL script capable of creating GDLs.