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Old 02-10-2015, 06:13 AM
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I am doing customization using C++ in Creo Direct v.19. I want to know any lisp command to save file in Granite file type. I have .pkg file which I want to save in Granite.

Also let me know where would I get the help of lisp command pdf file which will help me to do development.
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Old 02-12-2015, 11:58 PM
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Re: Hello Everybody

Hi,

The trick is to use the Recorder tool, so that you can find out what command is used.
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(load "recorder")
In the command line. In the Toolbox you'll find the recorder tool. Choose a filename, and click start. After that, do the Granite Save action. You should prevent viewport clicks, because these will just be "pixel coordinates", so these are useless when playing back recordings.
When you're ready, click stop, and check the contents of the recoder file.
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Old 02-13-2015, 12:03 AM
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Re: Hello Everybody

By the way, Creo Direct is a completely different program than Creo Elements/Direct! Creo Direct (current version 3.0) is a young, "light" program based on Creo Parametric (Pro/Engineer). It has the .PRT an .ASM file format. At the moment it has no Sheetmetal or 2D-drawing capabilities, for example. Hidden from the user, it actually builds up Pro/E-feature history.
Creo Elements/Direct is the former CoCreate SolidDesigner / OneSpace Designer / OneSpace Modeling / CoCreate Modeling. It does not build a history.
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