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Great Job Thermwood team

Postby Scott Marshburn » Thu, Dec 01 2016, 11:54AM

First of all, I would like to thank the staff at Thermwood for the outstanding work they have done on the recent version of cabinets.
I have been experimenting with the global variables in the constraint manager. I must say that I find this tool very valuable and truly believe that it will be a great time saver for those who use the constraint manager a lot.
There is one thing that I think that would make it more user-friendly. That is if we could select the variable number from the list and copy it to the clipboard (ctrl+C), then paste it when editing the existing constraints. (Ctrl+v) This would help a lot when editing constraints that have been set by someone else or even myself. Rather than having to toggle back and forth to see which one to use. and then type the variable number. But of course, I am working with limited brain cells these days. :wink:
Thanks again for all of the hard work you guys do for us.
Scott.
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Re: Great Job Thermwood team

Postby Forrest Chapman » Thu, Dec 01 2016, 3:04PM

2nd that!

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Re: Great Job Thermwood team

Postby Scott Marshburn » Fri, Dec 09 2016, 5:42PM

Scott Marshburn wrote:First of all, I would like to thank the staff at Thermwood for the outstanding work they have done on the recent version of cabinets.
I have been experimenting with the global variables in the constraint manager. I must say that I find this tool very valuable and truly believe that it will be a great time saver for those who use the constraint manager a lot.
There is one thing that I think that would make it more user-friendly. That is if we could select the variable number from the list and copy it to the clipboard (ctrl+C), then paste it when editing the existing constraints. (Ctrl+v) This would help a lot when editing constraints that have been set by someone else or even myself. Rather than having to toggle back and forth to see which one to use. and then type the variable number. But of course, I am working with limited brain cells these days. :wink:
Thanks again for all of the hard work you guys do for us.
Scott.


So I have Came up with a solution to my Delima. If you include the variable name/number in the description followed by a few spaces then when editing the constraints you can double-click on the variable name/number in the description and copy it then paste it in the edit window.
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