@JacobSmall , @Einar_Raknes, @Thomas_Mahon , @jostein_olsen
I checked many of your posts and thought you guys could help me.
I have 3 scope boxes and too many pipes which I want to assign to bounding box and set parameter as per location of pipe.
for pipes which are in two scope boxes I want to assign parameter to those pipes according to centroid location of that pipe.
I hope my question made sense.
please help me out.
Looks like I built a solution around the longest length instead of the centroid.
See if this points you in the right direction:
Pipe vs Scope Box - Longest.dyn (58.6 KB)
It worked out pretty well for this view:
Based on my experience, I would highly recommend you test your logic thoroughly before deploying it on a live project. I have seen the intersection nodes throw out some random intersections or no intersections because of the pipe orientation, slope, etc.
I will definitely try it in the morning.
@krupal.patelEER7M You can do something with the centroid as below: Pipe vs Scope Box - Centroid.dyn (24.7 KB)
But you might miss out on the highlighted pipes:
I don’t know what went wrong but I have 8 pipes and 3 scope boxes but boundingbox.contains shows only 3.
Does anyone have idea what went wrong?
can you please explain me how does
@L1, @L2… works.
I don’t understand at all.
This worked exactly how I wanted.
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