[Plugin] SmartPushPull v0.26 (05 nov)

Re: [Plugin] SmartPushPull v0.26 (05 nov)

Postby majid » Wed Nov 03, 2010 10:26 pm

woww. thanx mate.... really smart (you and the plugin, both ;) ) :thumb:
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Re: [Plugin] SmartPushPull v0.26 (05 nov)

Postby pitrak » Sun Mar 06, 2011 4:25 pm

This is just what I needed for a project where almost nothing is orthogonal.

Just like anyone else, I am wondering if this plugin will be developed any further? I am also convinced that this could become the standard pushpull for plugin people, but it still needs a lot of work.

1. It leaves lines at the original position, which you have to delete manually.
2. I would prefer the inferencing should to be the same as SU default PP behaviour
3. integration with JPP would be great (and be perfectly in line with the concept of this plugin)

a4chitect has not been active here for half a year.. Maybe Fredo6 can incorporate SmartPushpull in JPP? Or are there other options for collaboration?
This plugin to me is one of the most promising and SU like plugins around. It makes a common problem a lot simpler to solve without adding complexity on another level. It's just a shame that the implementation is not up to the promises...
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Re: [Plugin] SmartPushPull v0.26 (05 nov)

Postby rubits » Wed Mar 30, 2011 10:16 am

I will not claim that the FBI is extracting ideas from inside my mind. But I had infact developed a similar push pull tool some years back, but with a more native feel to it. Actually I also called it Smart Push Pull. It does not leave traces and it is completely fluid in operation. However it has some problems with antiprismatic prismatoids (OK, it sounds really scientific, but we make these shapes really often), and so I decided not to upload it to rubits. I have however looked at the script again recently, and I also have a few extra tricks up the sleeve that I think could improve the Push Pull tool, so I might release a version of it soon. I will tell you if I do get around to it.
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Re: [Plugin] SmartPushPull v0.26 (05 nov)

Postby thomthom » Wed Mar 30, 2011 10:25 am

rubits wrote:I will not claim that the FBI is extracting ideas from inside my mind. But I had infact developed a similar push pull tool some years back, but with a more native feel to it. Actually I also called it Smart Push Pull. It does not leave traces and it is completely fluid in operation. However it has some problems with antiprismatic prismatoids (OK, it sounds really scientific, but we make these shapes really often), and so I decided not to upload it to rubits. I have however looked at the script again recently, and I also have a few extra tricks up the sleeve that I think could improve the Push Pull tool, so I might release a version of it soon. I will tell you if I do get around to it.

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Re: [Plugin] SmartPushPull v0.26 (05 nov)

Postby Bob James » Sun Nov 06, 2011 11:47 pm

rubits wrote:I will not claim that the FBI is extracting ideas from inside my mind. But I had infact developed a similar push pull tool some years back, but with a more native feel to it. Actually I also called it Smart Push Pull. It does not leave traces and it is completely fluid in operation. However it has some problems with antiprismatic prismatoids (OK, it sounds really scientific, but we make these shapes really often), and so I decided not to upload it to rubits. I have however looked at the script again recently, and I also have a few extra tricks up the sleeve that I think could improve the Push Pull tool, so I might release a version of it soon. I will tell you if I do get around to it.

Any hope for this?
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Re: [Plugin] SmartPushPull v0.1 (04 nov)

Postby xsnovi » Sun Dec 11, 2011 4:52 pm

Thank you.
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Re: [Plugin] SmartPushPull v0.26 (05 nov)

Postby reccoon » Mon Mar 26, 2012 10:08 am

Thank you!
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Re: [Plugin] SmartPushPull v0.26 (05 nov)

Postby sags » Sun Jun 24, 2012 6:58 am

excellent tool, thank you very much for sharing.. :thumb:
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Re: [Plugin] SmartPushPull v0.26 (05 nov)

Postby Kato07 » Tue Aug 28, 2012 4:45 am

Thanks for the plugin, works great!
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Re: [Plugin] SmartPushPull v0.26 (05 nov)

Postby stevo tyelaap » Mon Sep 10, 2012 6:01 pm

I always TT's comment and decide to download or not :)
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Re: [Plugin] SmartPushPull v0.26 (05 nov)

Postby rilian » Wed Oct 10, 2012 11:32 pm

As a bit of a primitive learning experience, I tossed together a simple toolbar for this tool. I've tested under su8 on win7 though I can't see much reason it would fail on other setups.

I used a magnet icon 24x24 which seems to work well when snapped next to other toolbars but it looks off kilter if the toolbar is floating.

I have a decent amount of programming experience but zero w/ ruby and this is the first Sketchup ruby work I've done so please don't crush me if this toolbar doesn't work to expectations.

Other than the toolbar code added in, the plugin is exactly the same as the most recent version of the plugin listed by the author. I stole the code from Frank Wiesner and Tig's mirror.rb script and modified it for this tool and supplied an icon that I grabbed off the internet.

The attached .zip contains the modified .rb script and the .png icon file. Both go loose in the Sketchup plugins folder. Please feel free to modify the icon and use your own. Name it spp.png and you won't even have to change the .rb. Also please feel free to modify the code...

Hope this helps somebody...
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Re: [Plugin] SmartPushPull v0.26 (05 nov)

Postby aldokali78 » Tue Feb 12, 2013 5:41 am

thanx .... really smart
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Re: [Plugin] SmartPushPull v0.26 (05 nov)

Postby Ralphxyz » Wed Feb 20, 2013 9:48 pm

Which version is the latest?

The top one would be logical but the bottom one has version that is much higher than the second one.

I am going to guess at the bottom one.

But a big Thanks,

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Re: [Plugin] SmartPushPull v0.26 (05 nov)

Postby pilou » Wed Feb 20, 2013 11:53 pm

I am going to guess at the bottom one.

right! ;)
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Re: [Plugin] SmartPushPull v0.26 (05 nov)

Postby sfto1 » Mon Apr 22, 2013 8:55 pm

This is a cool plugin. Can someone advise if there is a version where native SU inferencing works with this tool?

I downloaded the one from the original post from a4chitect and the inferencing does not work.
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Re: [Plugin] SmartPushPull v0.26 (05 nov)

Postby xiombarg » Tue Apr 23, 2013 8:56 pm

To make this plugin useful there needs to be a way to choose the axes inference lines before doing the operation. As it is, it seems useful on simpler shapes where there is only one inference line per vertex, but otherwise it usually doesn't get the result I would hope for.
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Re: [Plugin] SmartPushPull v0.26 (05 nov)

Postby TheMurderArt » Mon Apr 29, 2013 4:24 pm

nice plugin... you should try to put a restriction for the points of intersection
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Re: [Plugin] SmartPushPull v0.26 (05 nov)

Postby rowaz » Mon Jul 08, 2013 8:01 pm

thank you!
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Re: [Plugin] SmartPushPull v0.26 (05 nov)

Postby Jörg » Thu Aug 01, 2013 5:43 pm

thank you, a4chitect!!!!

this plugin safed me hours of work today!

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Re: [Plugin] SmartPushPull v0.26 (05 nov)

Postby adamj0112 » Sun Dec 06, 2015 10:00 pm

Is there a SmartPushPull that works with SU2016?
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Re: [Plugin] SmartPushPull v0.26 (05 nov)

Postby shri » Thu Dec 08, 2016 8:11 am

thank you for this great plugin..
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Re: [Plugin] SmartPushPull v0.26 (05 nov)

Postby eneroth3 » Wed Feb 22, 2017 2:57 pm

rubits wrote:I will not claim that the FBI is extracting ideas from inside my mind. But I had infact developed a similar push pull tool some years back, but with a more native feel to it. Actually I also called it Smart Push Pull. It does not leave traces and it is completely fluid in operation. However it has some problems with antiprismatic prismatoids (OK, it sounds really scientific, but we make these shapes really often), and so I decided not to upload it to rubits. I have however looked at the script again recently, and I also have a few extra tricks up the sleeve that I think could improve the Push Pull tool, so I might release a version of it soon. I will tell you if I do get around to it.


Haha, I've also been working on this but I've been calling mine pressdrag instead of pushpull :P . My intention is a tool that looks and feels almost identical to native pushpull, i.e. live preview and an option for moving/creating new faces. Should I continue working on it?
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Re: [Plugin] SmartPushPull v0.26 (05 nov)

Postby facer » Thu Feb 23, 2017 12:57 am

eneroth3

I think you should develop your plugin for the following reasons:

1. You have a good reputation for the plugins you have produced to date.
You are a "known" developer among SketchUp users.

2. Your plugin would be suitable for SU 2017. You are more likely to maintain
your plugin for future SketchUp versions. Continuity and maintenance of your plugin
are important to the user of SketchUp plugins.

The general weakness with numerous plugins or extensions is:
1. varying skill levels of the developers
2. different methods of layout and process increase the difficulty
of using multiple plugins or extensions
3. Instruction videos, manuals or information sheets vary greatly in quality and clarity.

Hope this gives you more insight into one "SketchUp users" point of view and why
I would like you to develop your plugin
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Re: [Plugin] SmartPushPull v0.26 (05 nov)

Postby juju » Thu Feb 23, 2017 7:22 am

facer wrote:eneroth3

I think you should develop your plugin for the following reasons:

1. You have a good reputation for the plugins you have produced to date.
You are a "known" developer among SketchUp users.

2. Your plugin would be suitable for SU 2017. You are more likely to maintain
your plugin for future SketchUp versions. Continuity and maintenance of your plugin
are important to the user of SketchUp plugins.

The general weakness with numerous plugins or extensions is:
1. varying skill levels of the developers
2. different methods of layout and process increase the difficulty
of using multiple plugins or extensions
3. Instruction videos, manuals or information sheets vary greatly in quality and clarity.

Hope this gives you more insight into one "SketchUp users" point of view and why
I would like you to develop your plugin

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Re: [Plugin] SmartPushPull v0.26 (05 nov)

Postby RoRay » Fri Nov 23, 2018 9:58 pm

very useful, thank you! :D
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