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RailClone Pro (*) / Re: expression for changing index value
« Last post by enzo_87 on Today at 03:41:30 PM »
Thank you Paul,
The macro is a life safer.

Thanks also for helping me out with the expression, I didn't know where to find the trouble, evaluating the expression was sayong that was correct.
Thanks a lot.

Lorenzo
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RailClone Pro (*) / Re: Help!
« Last post by Dragan on Today at 02:44:58 PM »
Thanks, Paul, I did a workaround already with an additional macro and Selector Operators.
It is not a secret but it will be difficult to explain.  ;D

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RailClone Pro (*) / Re: expression for changing index value
« Last post by Paul Roberts on Today at 02:26:55 PM »
Hi Lorenzo,

There have been a few changes to the expressions syntax since that tutorial was recorded. Now it is necessary to add the word Return before the expressions to tell RailClone that this is the value you wish to output. Your expression should read

return if(XSplinePosition==0,3,
if(XSplinePosition==1,1,
2));


That said, there is a new macro in RailClone that is much easier to use than the approach show in this older tutorial. You can learn more about it in this video that we released last week.


I hope that helps,
Paul
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RailClone Pro (*) / Re: Help!
« Last post by Paul Roberts on Today at 02:21:44 PM »
Hey Dragan,

I'm afraid I really can't think of a way to solve this particular case, it's simply not the way that RailClone works internally. Could you let me know the application for this technique? Perhaps I can think of another approach.

Many thanks,
Paul
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RailClone Pro (*) / expression for changing index value
« Last post by enzo_87 on Today at 12:39:28 PM »
Good morning everyone,

I'm trying to setup a parametric window.
following a tutorial, I saw it's possible to change index with an expression.
reading the help manual, I adapted the expression in this way:

if(XSplinePosition==0,3,
if(XSplinePosition==1,1,
2));

so as to have an element at the start, one at the end, and one elsewhere in the Y evenly.

What am I doing wrong?

Thanks in advance,
Lorenzo
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RailClone Pro (*) / Re: 2s array
« Last post by Paul Roberts on Today at 11:10:47 AM »
Hi, I've updated the file to 2016 format (download from the original post). Hope it helps.
Paul
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RailClone Pro (*) / Re: any fix on this?
« Last post by Paul Roberts on Today at 11:09:55 AM »
Hi, I've updated the file to 2016 format. Hope it helps.
Paul
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RailClone Pro (*) / Re: 2s array
« Last post by manel_reig on July 27, 2021, 07:31:08 PM »
Hello Paul,

really glad to read that it is in your wishlist and also happy that there is already a macro to achieve that ;D

just again, I am using max 2018, could you upload please a file version for max 2018?

thank you very much!
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RailClone Pro (*) / Re: any fix on this?
« Last post by manel_reig on July 27, 2021, 07:24:47 PM »
Thank you for the file, sadly I have still Max 2018, could you please upload a version of the file for 2018 max?

thank you very very much Paul!
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RailClone Pro (*) / Re: any fix on this?
« Last post by Paul Roberts on July 27, 2021, 05:54:45 PM »
Hi,

I'll take a deeper look at this and talk to our development team. In the meantime, one solution is to use an L1S generator each for the top and bottom floor, with an A2S to fill in the middle section. I often prefer this technique as it offers me more flexibility. I've attached a simplified sample file, please let me know if you have any questions.

Paul
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