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Re: [Plugin] Curvizard 1.2a - 18 May 13

Postby utiler » Thu Jun 27, 2013 3:16 am

I knew it had to be something simple.... Thanks guys! :thumb: :thumb:
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Error (SU Pro 2013)

Postby dedmin » Sun Aug 25, 2013 4:04 am

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An error occured in Curvizard#edge_prop
The operation is aborted

undefined method `length' for nil:NilClass
 
CurvizardAlgo.rb: 451 -- execute_geometry
CurvizardTool.rb: 1596 -- geometry_generate
CurvizardTool.rb: 1496 -- top_execute
CurvizardTool.rb: 290 -- handle_initial_selection
CurvizardTool.rb: 267 -- activate
CurvizardTool.rb: 46 -- select_tool
CurvizardTool.rb: 46 -- launch_tool
CurvizardTool.rb: 41 -- action__mapping
Lib6Plugin.rb: 134 -- call
Lib6Plugin.rb: 134 -- launch_action
bootstrap_Curvizard.rb: 51 -- launch_action
bootstrap_Curvizard.rb: 81 -- declare_command
Lib6Plugin.rb: 1044 -- call
Lib6Plugin.rb: 1044 -- command_invoke
Lib6Plugin.rb: 1026 -- build_config_commands
Lib6Traductor.rb: 1074 -- call
Lib6Traductor.rb: 1074 -- add_command
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Postby dedmin » Sun Aug 25, 2013 4:48 am

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Re: [Plugin] Curvizard 1.2a - 18 May 13

Postby kein2006 » Sun Sep 01, 2013 5:13 am

very nice plugin. It's really useful, thank you so much
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Re: [Plugin] Curvizard 1.4a - 15 Sep 13

Postby fredo6 » Sun Sep 15, 2013 8:06 pm

NEW RELEASE: Curvizard v1.4a - 15 Sep 13

Curvizard 1.4a is a release with the following updates
  • New naming conventions
  • Fixes a major bug in the Edge Prop tool (which was not working)
  • Include an alternate icon toolbar by CadFather
    Curvizard toolbar by CadFather.png

Curvizard 1.4 requires an upgrade to LibFredo6 5.2 or higher.

See main post of this thread for Download.

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Re: More Bugs

Postby fredo6 » Sun Sep 15, 2013 8:11 pm


I am not sure I see the problem.
But in any case, Simplify is not the opposite of Smooth.

Furthermore, Smooth can be used to simplify a curve by incresing the angle, whereas Simplify just remove vertices based on a minimum angle

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Re: Error (SU Pro 2013)

Postby fredo6 » Sun Sep 15, 2013 8:13 pm

dedmin wrote:
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Date: 25-Aug-13 05:57:22
An error occured in Curvizard#edge_prop
The operation is aborted


The bug in Edge Prop tool should be fixed in Curvizard 1.4a.

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Re: Error (SU Pro 2013)

Postby guanjin » Sun Sep 15, 2013 8:23 pm

Thank you updates, always so timely! :thumb:
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Re: [Plugin] Curvizard 1.4a - 15 Sep 13

Postby dedmin » Sun Sep 15, 2013 9:18 pm

Excellent and invaluable tools!!!
No problems so far!
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Re: [Plugin] Curvizard - v1.4a - 15 Sep 13

Postby utiler » Mon Sep 16, 2013 2:37 am

Thank you Fredo from all that use your tools!!! :sketchstatic:
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An error occured in Curvizard#cleanup_curve

Postby dedmin » Mon Sep 16, 2013 6:12 pm

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An error occured in Curvizard#cleanup_curve
The operation is aborted

undefined method `[]' for nil:NilClass
 
Lib6G6.rb: 1249 -- vertices_from_edges_in_sequence
Lib6Contour.rb: 468 -- contour_reshaping
encoding.rb: 48 -- each_with_index
Lib6Contour.rb: 437 -- each
Lib6Contour.rb: 437 -- each_with_index
Lib6Contour.rb: 437 -- contour_reshaping
CurvizardAlgo.rb: 523 -- execute_geometry
CurvizardTool.rb: 1595 -- geometry_generate
CurvizardTool.rb: 1495 -- top_execute
CurvizardTool.rb: 290 -- handle_initial_selection
CurvizardTool.rb: 267 -- activate
CurvizardTool.rb: 46 -- select_tool
CurvizardTool.rb: 46 -- launch_tool
CurvizardTool.rb: 41 -- action__mapping
Lib6Plugin.rb: 134 -- call
Lib6Plugin.rb: 134 -- launch_action
bootstrap_Curvizard.rb: 51 -- launch_action
bootstrap_Curvizard.rb: 83 -- declare_command
Lib6Plugin.rb: 1111 -- call
Lib6Plugin.rb: 1111 -- build_config_handlers
FredoTools__ThruPaint.rb: 2315 -- call
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Re: [Plugin] Curvizard - v1.4a - 15 Sep 13

Postby fredo6 » Mon Sep 16, 2013 9:20 pm

dedmin,

Would you mind to post or PM me the model.

This looks like a bug linked to the geometry.

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Re: [Plugin] Curvizard - v1.5a - 27 Nov 13

Postby fredo6 » Wed Nov 27, 2013 9:46 pm

NEW RELEASE: Curvizard v1.5a - 27 Nov 13

Curvizard 1.5a is a release for future Sketchup compatibility. It is advised to upgrade even if there are no functional changes.

See main post of this thread for Download.

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Re: [Plugin] Curvizard - v1.5a - 27 Nov 13

Postby sicksickisck » Tue Dec 03, 2013 1:18 pm

some bug in ver 1.5a ..crash skp9 when I use Curvizard inside the component.
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Re: [Plugin] Curvizard - v1.5a - 27 Nov 13

Postby Dave R » Tue Dec 03, 2013 1:34 pm

What is skp9?

You have to give some useful details if you want help. Post the SketchUp model and describe exactly what you were trying to accomplish.

I just tried it and it works for me without crashing.
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Re: [Plugin] Curvizard - v1.5a - 27 Nov 13

Postby sicksickisck » Tue Dec 03, 2013 1:41 pm

again crash! :kurwaa: when I want connect lines by Curvizard - v1.5a
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Re: [Plugin] Curvizard - v1.5a - 27 Nov 13

Postby Dave R » Tue Dec 03, 2013 1:43 pm

sicksickisck wrote:again crash! :kurwaa: when I want connect lines by Curvizard - v1.5a


That's as useless as your previous post as far as getting any help. :roll:
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Re: [Plugin] Curvizard - v1.5a - 27 Nov 13

Postby amis » Mon Dec 23, 2013 1:15 pm

Nice interface improvement, Fredo! Thank you so much.
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Re: [Plugin] Curvizard - v1.5a - 27 Nov 13

Postby jeff hammond » Sat Feb 01, 2014 4:48 pm

hey Fredo,

I'm experiencing the problem of curves exploding upon welding another curve on the same object.. the attached .skp should allow you to see this in a repeatable manner (at least, the model shows the problem on both of my computers)

MakeCurvesProblem.skp




with nothing pre-selected, use the function 'Make Curves (weld)' with the following settings:

Screen Shot 2014-02-01 at 10.46.15 AM.png



..click on one of the 3 border curves of the object.
-exit tool.. the curve has been welded.
-run the function again but use it on another edge.
-exit tool.. this new edge is now a curve but the other one has now exploded.



the .skp is saved as a v8 file but i'm using the plugin in a newer version of sketchup.. the Curvizard version i'm using is 1.5a with LibFredo 5.5g

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Re: [Plugin] Curvizard - v1.5a - 27 Nov 13

Postby fredo6 » Sat Feb 01, 2014 7:23 pm

Jeff,

There seems to be several problems in this model
- Curvizard (nor Curviloft) cannot select some of the edges in the bottom right corner
- yes, curves are unwelded when you make a new one.

I'll have a closer look and advise.

Do you notice that on other models?

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Re: [Plugin] Curvizard - v1.5a - 27 Nov 13

Postby jeff hammond » Sat Feb 01, 2014 7:28 pm

fredo6 wrote:Jeff,

There seems to be several problems in this model
- Curvizard (nor Curviloft) cannot select some of the edges in the bottom right corner
- yes, curves are unwelded when you make a new one.

I'll have a closer look and advise.

Do you notice that on other models?

Fredo


thanks for looking into it.

yes, i notice it on other models sometimes but it was this particular part of a drawing in which the behavior was very noticeable/repeatable..

fwiw, the side profile edge came from a .3ds import via rhino and the surface was then made/revolved via TIG's lathe tool.. i'm not sure if that has anything to do with it.. i also mapped the surface with thruPaint but deleted the texture prior to uploading.. so the surface may still have some custom UV applied?



[EDIT] i just tried drawing a similar model in sketchup only.. i still used TIGs lathe to revolve the surface but no texturing or imported curves were used.. same problem.
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Re: [Plugin] Curvizard - v1.5a - 27 Nov 13

Postby fredo6 » Sun Feb 02, 2014 8:41 pm

Jeff,

I identified and fixed all problems. This will go in a next release. Thanks for signaling (you were the first one).

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Re: [Plugin] Curvizard - v1.5a - 27 Nov 13

Postby jeff hammond » Sun Feb 02, 2014 9:05 pm

fredo6 wrote:Jeff,

I identified and fixed all problems. This will go in a next release. Thanks for signaling (you were the first one).

Fredo


well, i just recently started trying curvizard as my all-situation weld tool.. previously i was using recurve in the situation presented here.. hence the late find ;)
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Re: [Plugin] Curvizard - v1.6a - 03 Feb 14

Postby fredo6 » Mon Feb 03, 2014 12:11 pm

NEW RELEASE: Curvizard v1.6a - 03 Feb 14

Curvizard 1.6a is a release for bug fixing in the Make Curve tool, as signaled by Jeff Hammond. It is advised to upgrade.

Curvizard 1.6 requires to upgrade to LibFredo6 5.6a or higher.

See main post of this thread for Download of Curvizard.

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Re: [Plugin] Curvizard - v1.6a - 03 Feb 14

Postby jeff hammond » Tue Feb 04, 2014 3:32 am

sweet. that's working now.

i did notice another peculiar behavior which occurs once lines have been welded but it's going to take me a bit of time to get the appropriate screenshots/description together.. and i don't have that much time right now.. if i don't get to it tonight, i'll post tomorrow
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Re: [Plugin] Curvizard - v1.6a - 03 Feb 14

Postby tetrochuan » Tue Feb 04, 2014 1:03 pm

hi there,

absolutely awesome as always - cant thank you guys enough!
but at this point i would like to shout out a possible extension or extra feature which would make curvizard very handy.

when using sketchup sketch styles i found out that curved curves are displayed as one line instead of sketchup defaults way of displaying every line segment as a single line stroke!!

so-> would be awesome if there was a single button solution to weld all possible line segments in the selection (including groups and components...) to curves together! maybe based on a angle and face continuity! d

would make some line renderings look so much better!!!

well ... when selection reasonable amounts of geometry and select the edges only and run the the standart weld command a few times it gets the job done as expected.. nevertheless the make the cartoon look right button would be awesome=)


thanks and keep the good stuff coming!
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Re: [Plugin] Curvizard - v1.6a - 03 Feb 14

Postby fredo6 » Tue Feb 04, 2014 4:43 pm

In Sketchup, Curves have the strong constraint that they cannot cross each other, except at their extremities. So, if you apply a Make Curve to a model globally, you will likely get atomic curves (for instance, a cube will results in just its individual edges to become curves).

Curvizard can do bulk Make Curve on the selection, including in Groups and Components. But it will work better, and as expected, on a set of contours, where there is no ambiguity on which edges to assemble as curves.

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Re: [Plugin] Curvizard - v1.7a - 15 Feb 14

Postby fredo6 » Sat Feb 15, 2014 6:18 pm

NEW RELEASE: Curvizard v1.7a - 15 Feb 14

Curvizard 1.7a fixes a major bug which was present in v1.6a, whereby the vertex marks and tooltip for number of segments were no longer displayed. It is advised to upgrade to v1.7a.

See main post of this thread for Download of Curvizard.

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Re: [Plugin] Curvizard - v1.7b - 16 Feb 14

Postby fredo6 » Sun Feb 16, 2014 5:20 pm

NEW RELEASE: Curvizard v1.7b - 16 Feb 14

Curvizard 1.7b fixes a major bug which was present in v1.6a, whereby the vertex marks and tooltip for number of segments were no longer displayed. Then, a bug was introduced in v1.7a So, it is strongly advised to upgrade to v1.7b.

See main post of this thread for Download of Curvizard.

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Re: [Plugin] Curvizard - v1.6a - 03 Feb 14

Postby jeff hammond » Sun Feb 16, 2014 6:57 pm

#selfie wrote:
i did notice another peculiar behavior which occurs once lines have been welded but it's going to take me a bit of time to get the appropriate screenshots/description together.. and i don't have that much time right now.. if i don't get to it tonight, i'll post tomorrow
thanks


i'm not sure if you changed something in 1.7 but for the most part, the problem i was seeing almost went away.. it had to do with me welding multiple curves at once.. for example, using the partial sphere i uploaded a couple of weeks ago, i'll often need to weld all three perimeter curves.. the way i was using curvizard at that time was-
• start curvizard Make Curves
• click on each of the three curves
• click on the green check box (or elsewhere to validate)
• exit tool

which would result in all edges being welded as one.. i'd then use lines :line: from each corner to break the single curve into the 3 individual curves.. this is where the problem arose.. upon breaking the curve at the corners, some of the vertices along the desired curves broke up as well.. this doesn't happen as often anymore.

h o w e v e r
i realized yesterday i was using the tool wrong :oops: ..there's actually a much easier way to get the final results i was looking for with curvizard.
• start Make Curves
• click on one of the three curves
• validate it
• click on another curve
• validate
etc until i've selected all the individual curves i'd like to weld then exit the tool..

validating each curve as i go will keep them separate once i exit the tool.. eliminating the need to break the single curve into smaller pieces afterwards.

:bounce:

(so you, fredo, i'm sure already know this since you designed the plugin.. i'm just outlaying the issue i had in case someone else has the same problem)
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