Civil 3D Toolkit Feedback thread

@mzjensen @keith.sowinski @raul.07.11 the call I’m using in the node is the same available in the API, I’m not preventing any values so to speak. Just keep in mind that what is exposed via API does not necessarily reflect what you can do in the UI.

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@Ning_Zhou yes, it could be done. I’d propose a review though as there are a lot of redundant nodes in the BIM360/Forge section, fyi @safi.hage

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@Kulkul thanks for reporting it, it might have to do with the temp file name used to generate the solid representation of the network components, in principle it should clen after itself but somehow it doesn’t. I changed the logic to exclude this. In the mean time I’d recommend to clean your temp folder.

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@david_licona it is intended as the creation of the PolyCurves underlying the TkCorridorFeaturelines might be expensive, so you need to extract the code you really need. If you need them all, just extract the values of the dictionary, et voilat :wink:

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@clarsenCNDZF can you confirm which version of Civil 3D are you using?

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@ValentinB User Defined Properties are accessible via COM (look at the Parcels in the toolkit for example).
What are the objects you need these UDPs?

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@mzjensen thanks for reporting this, I’ve found a bug, I’ll fix it in the next release

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Do you want me to delete all the files in %temp% folder?

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the SAT files, yes

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Cleaning %temp% folder fixed it. Thanks @Paolo_Emilio_Serra1 for your support :+1:

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Sorry for the nooby question, I have Civil 3D 2020 and what appears to be the latest version of Dynamo and the Civil 3D toolkit installed however my nodes are limited, am I missing something?

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Thanks for you reply @Paolo_Emilio_Serra1,

We are using User-Defined property sets for CoGo points representing Sign Faces on the layout drawing.

It allows us to have them shown and modifiable in the EditPoints panorama window as well as in the Point Table.

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@Clive_Owen I’d recommend you remove all the other packages you have installed to find the one that is conflicting with the toolkit

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That was quick!

Waiting patiently for the next release of Civil3DToolkit, am I?

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Hi Paolo, thank you for the suggestion. I have uninstalled all packages and went back to install the latest Civil3D Toolkit 1.1.8. As shown below the nodes are still limited, it seems there remains a conflict, is their anyway to decipher the error message shown?

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@Clive_Owen can you confirm you have C3D2020.4?

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@Paolo_Emilio_Serra1 I have the below install, can you confirm if I require an update to Civil 3D 2020, thanks again.

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Yes you need to update as minimum to this version image

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@Paolo_Emilio_Serra1, I am currently on Civil 3D 2020 (13.2.890.0).

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