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<remark>([[User:Orso.b.schmid|Orso]], 2017 Dec. 29) The number of layers of a part can be fetched using [[VS:GetNumTexLayers]]. If a part is in usage it has one layer, so its texLayerID = 1. If the part has additional layers for decals the part's layers will be more than 1.
 
<remark>([[User:Orso.b.schmid|Orso]], 2017 Dec. 29) The number of layers of a part can be fetched using [[VS:GetNumTexLayers]]. If a part is in usage it has one layer, so its texLayerID = 1. If the part has additional layers for decals the part's layers will be more than 1.
  
texPartID flags:
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texPartID flags, check the [[VS:Function_Reference_Appendix]]: ''Texture Part ID'':
 
: 3: overall for any kind of object
 
: 3: overall for any kind of object
 
: 4:
 
: 4:
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: 12: bottom in walls
 
: 12: bottom in walls
 
: 13: holes in walls
 
: 13: holes in walls
: 14: top in roofs/slabs
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: 14: top in roof faces/slabs  
: 15: bottom in roofs/slabs
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: 15: bottom in roof faces/slabs  
: 16: sides in roofs/slabs
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: 16: sides in roof faces/slabs  
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: 17: top in roofs
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: 18: bottom in roofs
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: 19: sides in roofs
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: 20: fascia in roofs
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: 21: attic in roofs
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: 22: soffit in roofs
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: 23:
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: 24: something unknown in roofs
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: 25: something unknown in roofs
  
 
* An extrude will only respond to texPartID 3
 
* An extrude will only respond to texPartID 3
* A roof or a slab responds to texPartID 3 and 14-16
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* A roof face or a slab responds to texPartID 3 and 14-16
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* A roof responds to texPartID 3, 17-22, 24-25, whereby I don't know what 24 and 25 are for roofs.
 
* A wall can respond to texPartID 3 up to 15, whereby I don't know what 14 and 15 are for walls.
 
* A wall can respond to texPartID 3 up to 15, whereby I don't know what 14 and 15 are for walls.
 
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Revision as of 09:46, 29 December 2017

.VectorScript|VectorScript ..VS:Function Reference|Function Reference ..VS:Function_Reference_Appendix|Appendix


Description

Get map info for specific part of object. partID is texture part, overall is 3. Selector: init:1, flip:2, repH:3, repV:4, long edge:5, worldZ:6, auto align:7
FUNCTION GetTexMapBoolN(
obj  :HANDLE;
texPartID  :LONGINT;
texLayerID  :LONGINT;
selector  :INTEGER) : BOOLEAN;
def vs.GetTexMapBoolN(obj, texPartID, texLayerID, selector):
    return BOOLEAN

Parameters

obj HANDLE
texPartID LONGINT
texLayerID LONGINT 0 for base, >0 for decals
selector INTEGER

Remarks

(Orso, 2017 Dec. 29) The number of layers of a part can be fetched using VS:GetNumTexLayers. If a part is in usage it has one layer, so its texLayerID = 1. If the part has additional layers for decals the part's layers will be more than 1.


texPartID flags, check the VS:Function_Reference_Appendix: Texture Part ID:

3: overall for any kind of object
4:
5:
6:
7: left in walls
8: right in walls
9: start cap in walls
10: end cap in walls
11: top in walls
12: bottom in walls
13: holes in walls
14: top in roof faces/slabs
15: bottom in roof faces/slabs
16: sides in roof faces/slabs
17: top in roofs
18: bottom in roofs
19: sides in roofs
20: fascia in roofs
21: attic in roofs
22: soffit in roofs
23:
24: something unknown in roofs
25: something unknown in roofs
  • An extrude will only respond to texPartID 3
  • A roof face or a slab responds to texPartID 3 and 14-16
  • A roof responds to texPartID 3, 17-22, 24-25, whereby I don't know what 24 and 25 are for roofs.
  • A wall can respond to texPartID 3 up to 15, whereby I don't know what 14 and 15 are for walls.

Example

PROCEDURE TEST;
VAR
	obj: HANDLE;
	texPartID : INTEGER;
	
BEGIN
	obj := FSActLayer;
	texPartID := 3; { overall }
	IF (obj <> NIL) THEN
		AlrtDialog(Concat('Is the last layer of the overall part auto-aligned?', Chr(13),
			GetTexMapBoolN(obj, texPartID, GetNumTexLayers(obj, texPartID), 7) { flag 7 = Auto-align }
		))
	ELSE
		AlrtDialog('Please select a textured object'); 
END;
RUN(TEST)
;

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Availability: from Vectorworks 2010
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