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Old 02-15-2017, 06:29 AM
vpapa vpapa is offline
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create_vp invisible

Hi Guys,
it is possibile create a viewport not visible or iconized ?
I find the create_vp method, but not have documented nothing.
I have written a small macro that creates a viewport,
charging inside a part and creates the thumbal.
Works but the customer does not like that you
open and close a viewport ...

Thanks
Vincenzo.
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Old 06-22-2017, 10:24 AM
Warriors_Inc Warriors_Inc is offline
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Re: create_vp invisible

What are you trying to achieve with the script?
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Old 06-27-2017, 07:53 AM
GiorgioL GiorgioL is offline
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Re: create_vp invisible

Hi vpapa,

there are some undocumented paramters of create_vp command.
Maybe, one of them could be useful for your script.
Try:
(create_vp :name "vport" :OFFSCREEN)

A new hidden
viewport is generated and you can use to generate icons.

The :OFFSCREEN is available at least from Rev. 15.50.
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