[Plugin] GOSU v1.1.1

[Plugin] GOSU v1.1.1

Postby renderiza » Fri Apr 19, 2013 4:51 am

Authors:: Renderiza 
Plugin Name:: GOSU
Version:: 1.1.1
Date:: 10/21/2013
Cost:: Free





GOSU

Link components to websites, proxy, layers, scenes, sounds, files, and folders.


Instructions
1. Select Set:: Options and click any component
2. Select ::GOSU:: and click component to activate action



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Re: [Plugin] GOSU :: v1.0.0 Beta :: 4/19/2013 ::

Postby thomthom » Fri Apr 19, 2013 9:51 am

@gosu_1_file = Sketchup.find_support_file(@@rnd_gosu, @@path ) ;

Avoid this way of determining where the plugin is installed - it could be installed outside the Plugins folder. Read more here: http://www.thomthom.net/thoughts/2012/0 ... -anywhere/
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Re: [Plugin] GOSU :: v1.0.0 Beta :: 4/19/2013 ::

Postby Burkhard » Fri Apr 19, 2013 11:18 am

Well done...thanks.
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Re: [Plugin] GOSU :: v1.0.0 Beta :: 4/19/2013 ::

Postby renderiza » Fri Apr 19, 2013 11:26 am

thomthom wrote:@gosu_1_file = Sketchup.find_support_file(@@rnd_gosu, @@path ) ;

Avoid this way of determining where the plugin is installed - it could be installed outside the Plugins folder. Read more here: http://www.thomthom.net/thoughts/2012/0 ... -anywhere/


Thanks thomthom I did what you suggested so the plugin is portable friendly now. :thumb:

Burkhard wrote:Well done...thanks.


You welcome!
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Re: [Plugin] GOSU :: v1.0.1 Beta :: 4/19/2013 :: (New Update

Postby renderiza » Sat Apr 20, 2013 4:10 am

New Update!
1.0.1 Beta:: 4/19/2013
* Set:: SCENE - Allows you to set specific scene to any component.
* ::GOSU:: - Now recognize between URL & SCENES

Hi, I am excited to release this new update for ::GOSU:: and hope you like it!

This new tool called Set:: SCENE allows you to link any component to a scene so that when you click it the scene will activate. Hope you find cool uses for this that will help ypu modeling, showcasing and what not.

Here is New Video explaining the new feature...



And here is the old video just in case...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5ZnhhHra7ac

Cheers!
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Re: [Plugin] GOSU :: v1.0.2 Beta :: 4/20/2013 :: (New Update

Postby renderiza » Sun Apr 21, 2013 3:03 am

New Update GOSU v1.0.2 Beta:: 4/20/2013
* Set :: Layer - Allows you to set a specific layer to any component.
* If ::GOSU:: is active and component have layer set to it that layer will be active.
* If ::GOSU:: is active and you double click component with layer set to it then that layer will be isolated on & off.
* Tool will be desactivated if 'Escape' key is pressed.

Hi, this new update add a Layer tool that will hopefully be useful to have.



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Re: [Plugin] GOSU :: v1.0.3 :: 4/22/2013 ::

Postby renderiza » Mon Apr 22, 2013 2:00 pm

GOSU v1.0.3 Released!

Please look at first post for details.

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Re: [Plugin] GOSU :: v1.0.3 :: 4/22/2013 ::

Postby iichiversii » Mon Apr 22, 2013 5:29 pm

That is fantastic, I'm all over this already, Cheers R
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Re: [Plugin] GOSU :: v1.0.3 :: 4/22/2013 ::

Postby pilou » Mon Apr 22, 2013 5:51 pm

If I well understand (for a PC user) it's a simulation of Microsoft Windows system inside SU ? :)
An Windows UI 3D ? :idea:
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Re: [Plugin] GOSU :: v1.0.3 :: 4/22/2013 ::

Postby renderiza » Mon Apr 22, 2013 11:26 pm

iichiversii wrote:That is fantastic, I'm all over this already, Cheers R


I am happy that you are using this plugin "iichiversii"! :mrgreen:


Pilou wrote:If I well understand (for a PC user) it's a simulation of Microsoft Windows system inside SU ? :)
An Windows UI 3D ? :idea:


GOSU tries to integrate tools that are indeed often used by "Microsoft Windows system" I guess you can say.

For the Windows UI 3D I guess that you an simulate this experience by using the Set:Scene and create your own UI 3d navigation kind of system.


Thank you both for the comments...Cheers!
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Re: [Plugin] GOSU :: v1.0.3 :: 4/22/2013 ::

Postby iichiversii » Tue Apr 23, 2013 12:46 am

R I'm very impressed with this and see alot of potentional in it, ideas are flowing, never would of taught of it myself, I applaud you on a great plugin, well done and look forward to updates, seriously, well done.
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Re: [Plugin] GOSU :: v1.0.3 :: 4/22/2013 ::

Postby renderiza » Tue Apr 23, 2013 1:21 am

iichiversii wrote:R I'm very impressed with this and see alot of potentional in it, ideas are flowing, never would of taught of it myself, I applaud you on a great plugin, well done and look forward to updates, seriously, well done.


Thanks its really nice to read compliments like that... :mrgreen:


dlg-1.png

New Video for GOSU v1.0.3
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Re: [Plugin] GOSU :: v1.0.3 :: 4/22/2013 ::

Postby Litchi » Tue Apr 23, 2013 5:19 am

Thanks for your present!
I would like to know whether we can be completely removed my settings
“Pause”is just only pause
Thanks!
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Re: [Plugin] GOSU :: v1.0.3 :: 4/22/2013 ::

Postby renderiza » Tue Apr 23, 2013 6:28 am

Litchi wrote:Thanks for your present!
I would like to know whether we can be completely removed my settings
“Pause”is just only pause
Thanks!


Hi, thanks for your comment!


Let me see if I understood correctly...

You want a tool that removes the Set:: Options that you previously added, more like reset everything button?

or

You suggesting for the pause button to be removed?

Again thanks!
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Re: [Plugin] GOSU :: v1.0.3 :: 4/22/2013 ::

Postby Litchi » Tue Apr 23, 2013 7:11 am

Renderiza wrote:
Litchi wrote:Thanks for your present!
I would like to know whether we can be completely removed my settings
“Pause”is just only pause
Thanks!


Hi, thanks for your comment!


Let me see if I understood correctly...

You want a tool that removes the Set:: Options that you previously added, more like reset everything button?

or

You suggesting for the pause button to be removed?

Again thanks!


I'm sorry,My English is not good……
I mean if we can add a new function "Reset",remove my settings(Can select all or selected components)
thanks! :D
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Re: [Plugin] GOSU :: v1.0.3 :: 4/22/2013 ::

Postby renderiza » Tue Apr 23, 2013 8:22 am

Litchi wrote:I'm sorry,My English is not good……
I mean if we can add a new function "Reset",remove my settings(Can select all or selected components)
thanks! :D


I got it now and don't worry English is not my 1rst language as well. :thumb:

This is what I have in mind for next update...

Clear:: Selected
Clear:: All

Will remove settings on all or selected components but before doing so a messege will pop asking "Are you sure?".

In the mean time just in case all of the setting values are stored on component is name. You can access that by opening "Entity Info" window. There you can manually remove it or you can use Set:: URL and erase the content there I believe.

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Re: [Plugin] GOSU :: v1.0.3 :: 4/22/2013 ::

Postby Litchi » Tue Apr 23, 2013 9:14 am

Renderiza wrote:
Litchi wrote:I'm sorry,My English is not good……
I mean if we can add a new function "Reset",remove my settings(Can select all or selected components)
thanks! :D


I got it now and don't worry English is not my 1rst language as well. :thumb:

This is what I have in mind for next update...

Clear:: Selected
Clear:: All

Will remove settings on all or selected components but before doing so a messege will pop asking "Are you sure?".

In the mean time just in case all of the setting values are stored on component is name. You can access that by opening "Entity Info" window. There you can manually remove it or you can use Set:: URL and erase the content there I believe.

Cheers!

that's great,thanks!
I look forward to your new works!
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Re: [Plugin] GOSU :: v1.0.4 :: 4/22/2013 ::

Postby renderiza » Tue Apr 23, 2013 12:53 pm

GOSU v1.0.4 Released!
dlg-1.jpg


1.0.4:: 4/23/2013
*Set :: Name - Allows you to set a specific name to any component.
*Set :: Empty - Allows you to clear the name of any component.
*Reset Button - This will remove the 'Set:: Attributes' of every component


Again thanks for the comments & suggestions!
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Re: [Plugin] GOSU :: v1.0.4 :: 4/22/2013 ::

Postby Litchi » Tue Apr 23, 2013 2:16 pm

Renderiza wrote:GOSU v1.0.4 Released!
dlg-1.jpg


1.0.4:: 4/23/2013
*Set :: Name - Allows you to set a specific name to any component.
*Set :: Empty - Allows you to clear the name of any component.
*Reset Button - This will remove the 'Set:: Attributes' of every component


Again thanks for the comments & suggestions!


Thanks,Your work with remarkable efficiency!
Do you agree with me to reprint your files to other forums?
I promise I will retain the original URL and the name of the author
I want to share it with more people
Again thanks !
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Re: [Plugin] GOSU :: v1.0.4 :: 4/22/2013 ::

Postby renderiza » Tue Apr 23, 2013 10:24 pm

Litchi wrote:Thanks,Your work with remarkable efficiency!
Do you agree with me to reprint your files to other forums?
I promise I will retain the original URL and the name of the author
I want to share it with more people
Again thanks !


I will be happy if you shared this with other people on other forums. :thumb:
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Re: [Plugin] GOSU :: v1.0.4 :: 4/22/2013 ::

Postby TECHDAVE02 » Wed Apr 24, 2013 3:00 pm

Am I right that GOSU will only do 1 function at a time??
If so what about a right click sub menu to choose function???

My pause button is not working
rest works great so far.
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Re: [Plugin] GOSU :: v1.0.4 :: 4/22/2013 ::

Postby renderiza » Wed Apr 24, 2013 11:59 pm

TECHDAVE02 wrote:Am I right that GOSU will only do 1 function at a time??

Hi,

Gosu can do multiple functions in some cases since it uses the same component name for all "Set::" parameters. The "Set:: Scene" and "Set:: Layer" are the ones that can be repeated with another "Set::" option withoud any issues...Let me give you an example;

Example A
1. Set:: URL = http://www.sketchUcation.com
2. Set:: Scene = http://www.sketchUcation.com
3. Set:: Layer = http://www.sketchUcation.com

^^When you use ::Gosu:: it will active URL,Scene and Layer at the same time.

Example B
1. Set:: Sound = C:\Users\name\Desktop\folders\audio.wav
2. Set:: Scene = C:\Users\name\Desktop\folders\audio.wav
3. Set:: Layer = C:\Users\name\Desktop\folders\audio.wav

Note: Again notice how Set:: Scene & Set:: Layer can be combine with other "Set::" Options.


TECHDAVE02 wrote:If so what about a right click sub menu to choose function???

This is great idea I will try to add it on next version...thanks!


TECHDAVE02 wrote:My pause button is not working
rest works great so far.

What the Pause button is supposed to do is deactivate tool be leave the web dlg window instead to closing it like the close button do. If this does not work try hitting 'Esc' key or Select another tool like the Select tool. I will see if I can find the issue...thanks.


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Re: [Plugin] GOSU :: v1.0.4 :: 4/22/2013 ::

Postby smicha » Thu Apr 25, 2013 6:15 pm

I just watched a video tutorial - your plugin is great!
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Re: [Plugin] GOSU :: v1.0.4 :: 4/22/2013 ::

Postby renderiza » Fri Apr 26, 2013 2:18 am

smicha wrote:I just watched a video tutorial - your plugin is great!


Thank you sir for does kind words! :thumb:
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Re: [Plugin] GOSU :: v1.0.4 :: 4/22/2013 ::

Postby smicha » Fri Apr 26, 2013 11:15 am

Rafael,

I have a very very very big wish, and I think you can introduce it into your great plugin. This would speed up sketchup many many times. You are a very talented programmer, so I truly think/believe that you can do it :)

I may say in advance that I saw such a solution in a very famous 3d software :)

The point is: let's assume I have a component (or a group, it should apply to both, but components are more important to me) and let's assume that this components have 1 million polygons. Now lets assume I have 100 copies of this component. Yes - 100 millions polygons altogether (BTW it's not a problem for Octane Render using instancing with great TIG's plugin - see Octane forum). We all know how such geometry may affect speed of SU - orbiting, zooming can be a real nightmare. Now imagine I select one copy of a component, go to your plugin, choose a new option eg. "Set:: bounding box" and only bounding boxes (frames only) become visible. Just 12 edges of a bounding box instead of millions. We can assign a shortcut key like "alt+B" to turn on/off this option. And now orbiting, zooming, navigation would be so fast.

An extra option would be to give a user a choice to turn on/off bounding boxes on all of same components or on all but the selected one.

Tell me what you think and if the idea is clear to you and of course if it is possible to code?

Kind regards,

Sebastian

PS. I attach some screenshots with the idea.
1. Copies of a component.
2. First version of a plugin function - frames on each copy of a component.
3. Second version of a plugin function - frames on each copy of a component but not selected one.






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Re: [Plugin] GOSU :: v1.0.4 :: 4/22/2013 ::

Postby renderiza » Fri Apr 26, 2013 1:45 pm

::smicha::

Hi, very clear explanation! :thumb:

Here is a video for "Bounding Box View" Plugin found here... viewtopic.php?t=21427


smicha wrote:An extra option would be to give a user a choice to turn on/off bounding boxes on all of same components or on all but the selected one.


I have not tested "Bounding Box View" plugin yet to know if your suggested extra options is available but for the most part its pretty close to what you asked I think.

Tell me if that plugins was what you wanted if not maybe something else can be worked out.

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Re: [Plugin] GOSU :: v1.0.4 :: 4/22/2013 ::

Postby smicha » Fri Apr 26, 2013 4:27 pm

It's almost it. But selecting one component and running the plugin should also change all other components without a need of selecting them. And an option to have one selected component visible and rest in a form of frames would be so useful.

Perfect solution (for me) would look like this: select a component, apply the plugin - frames on all components, apply it again - frames on all but selected, apply again - go back to an original view. And a dream :) is to assign one shortcut, eg. 'F6'.


What do you think Rafael?
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Re: [Plugin] GOSU :: v1.0.4 :: 4/22/2013 ::

Postby renderiza » Sat Apr 27, 2013 2:04 am

smicha wrote:It's almost it. But selecting one component and running the plugin should also change all other components without a need of selecting them. And an option to have one selected component visible and rest in a form of frames would be so useful.

Perfect solution (for me) would look like this: select a component, apply the plugin - frames on all components, apply it again - frames on all but selected, apply again - go back to an original view. And a dream :) is to assign one shortcut, eg. 'F6'.


What do you think Rafael?


Sounds like a plan! I will put this things on my to do list and hopefully make it happen in a reasonable amount of time. I like to realease simple scripts that solve just a few of your suggestions and then refine it by updates.

No promises since I have extra work but I think is a good idea so I will try.


TECHDAVE02 wrote:If so what about a right click sub menu to choose function???


This is done already just need to check few thing so I can release it.

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Re: [Plugin] GOSU :: v1.0.5 :: 4/26/2013 ::

Postby renderiza » Sat Apr 27, 2013 2:56 am

GOSU v1.0.5 Released!

1.0.5:: 4/26/2013
* Right click sub menu to choose functions.

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Re: [Plugin] GOSU :: v1.0.5 :: 4/26/2013 ::

Postby renderiza » Sat Apr 27, 2013 3:37 am

smicha wrote:It's almost it. But selecting one component and running the plugin should also change all other components without a need of selecting them. And an option to have one selected component visible and rest in a form of frames would be so useful.

Perfect solution (for me) would look like this: select a component, apply the plugin - frames on all components, apply it again - frames on all but selected, apply again - go back to an original view. And a dream :) is to assign one shortcut, eg. 'F6'.


What do you think Rafael?



Hey I stumbled upon this ... viewtopic.php?f=180&t=21334


Please tell me what you think...cheers!
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