[Obsolete] TT_Lib (1.2.0) — 31 August 2010

[Obsolete] TT_Lib (1.2.0) — 31 August 2010

Postby thomthom » Tue Nov 03, 2009 10:08 pm

Obsolete
This library is no longer used by any of my plugins.



This is not a standalone plugin!
You only need to download this package if a plugin states it requires TT_Lib (Previously Plugin Manager).

Overview
This is a library of reusable code to better organize and manage plugins that implement's its features. This first release only have a UI Manager. More feature will come later. (With no promises to what or when.)

Features
  • UI Manager (1.0.0)
    Provides a UI to add and remove menu and toolbar items.
  • Cheat Sheet (1.1.0)
    Creates a list of commands and the keyboard commands assigned.
  • Common Code Snippets
    Includes some commonly used methods.

Documentation
SDK is being written. Coming soon to a forum near you! (Sorry - heavy changes has postponed this.)

Installation
You can remove the old TT_Plugin_Manager folder.

Extract the TT_Lib folder inside the .zip file into your Sketchup Plugins folder.
"Same procedure as last yea'!"
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Re: [Plugin] Plugin Manager (1.0.0) — 03 November 2009

Postby Rich O Brien » Tue Nov 03, 2009 10:18 pm

Hi Thom,

Is this tool for those developing scripts or for users to manage plugins that incorporate this tool?

Sorry for the dumbass question? But Ruby and me are like peanuts and chewing gum. We don't mix!
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Re: [Plugin] Plugin Manager (1.0.0) — 03 November 2009

Postby thomthom » Tue Nov 03, 2009 10:57 pm

rclub24 wrote:Is this tool for those developing scripts or for users to manage plugins that incorporate this tool?

Both.
I found the need to make a UI manager for my Selection Toys plugin. And I figured I might want to do the same for other plugins. So I made this single library which multiple plugins can use without having to rewrite the same code.

It also means that any plugin that implements the UI Manager in this package will allow the users to add/remove items from the menus and toolbars. Note, it#s only add and remove, not move things freely around.

Not much for end users here unless a plugin told them to download this package.
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Re: [Plugin] Plugin Manager (1.0.0) — 03 November 2009

Postby DIEGO-RODRIGUEZ » Tue Nov 03, 2009 11:00 pm

thomthom, excuse my ignorance.
As I run this tool.
not find a shortcut
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Re: [Plugin] Plugin Manager (1.0.0) — 03 November 2009

Postby thomthom » Tue Nov 03, 2009 11:02 pm

elcorto wrote:thomthom, excuse my ignorance.
As I run this tool.
not find a shortcut

Please read the description at the top.
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[Plugin] ThomThom's Menu (1.0.0) — 09 May 2010

Postby pilou » Wed May 12, 2010 9:12 am

No rapport with your ttmenu but I have this message error :?:
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Re: [Plugin] ThomThom's Menu (1.0.0) — 09 May 2010

Postby thomthom » Wed May 12, 2010 2:14 pm

Pilou wrote:No rapport with your ttmenu but I have this message error :?:
tterror.jpg


TT_PLuginmanager was the old name of TT_Lib, which an old version of Selection Toys used. Download an updated version of both.
Why did you suddenly get that error now?
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Re: [Plugin] ThomThom's Menu (1.0.0) — 09 May 2010

Postby pilou » Wed May 12, 2010 3:56 pm

Because I have this message for many months but not taken the time to managed it :oops:
Works fine now except the Window UI that I can't scroll inside!
As don't possible scrolling I can't have all lines show even in resize the window ;)
You have a lot things inside ! I can Open Close some item like Tools Menu, Context Menu :mrgreen:
So I can see 22 vertical icones
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Re: [Plugin] ThomThom's Menu (1.0.0) — 09 May 2010

Postby thomthom » Thu May 13, 2010 9:43 am

Pilou wrote:Because I have this message for many months but not taken the time to managed it :oops:
Works fine now except the Window UI that I can't scroll inside!
As don't possible scrolling I can't have all lines show even in resize the window ;)
You have a lot things inside ! I can Open Close some item like Tools Menu, Context Menu :mrgreen:
So I can see 22 vertical icones


What IE version do you have installed?
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Re: [Plugin] TT_Lib (1.1.0) — 04 January 2010

Postby pilou » Thu May 13, 2010 10:36 am

Yes I have not IE7 :roll:
Normally no need ;)

about the "what page" ;)
page = screen :oops:

I you can place your "TT plugs" on the end of the top heros Script (as like in a sea port) :mrgreen:
that will be terrific :enlight:
Now you are on the end of the second page (screen) :mrgreen:
As SU has not "page down" just the black triangle pressed, that is very painful! :o
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Re: [Plugin] TT_Lib (1.1.0) — 04 January 2010

Postby TIG » Thu May 13, 2010 10:39 am

Can't you resize the window by dragging the bottom edge down ?
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Re: [Plugin] TT_Lib (1.1.0) — 04 January 2010

Postby pilou » Thu May 13, 2010 10:40 am

That you see is my full screen on my 17 inch !
So don't resize more! ;)
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Re: [Plugin] TT_Lib (1.1.0) — 04 January 2010

Postby TIG » Thu May 13, 2010 10:44 am

I mean resize the dialog's window ! :roll:
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Re: [Plugin] TT_Lib (1.1.0) — 04 January 2010

Postby thomthom » Thu May 13, 2010 10:49 am

Pilou wrote:Yes I have not IE7 :roll:
Normally no need ;)


You still have IE6?
And a million web-developers cried out in pain!

Update your IE to IE8. Even if you don't use IE as your browser - there are many applications that use the IE platform, such as SU with it's webdialogs.


As for the position of the menu item - .rb files are loaded in order of their file names. rename tt_0000_menu.rb to something like 0000_tt_menu.rb and I think you're good to go.
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Re: [Plugin] TT_Lib (1.1.0) — 04 January 2010

Postby pilou » Thu May 13, 2010 11:00 am

Yes it's the disavantages of the monopoly system if you don't want use it! :D
That is the first time that I am blocked ;)

I will try your 000 number but for respect of your previous friends I will give a more hight number! :)
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Re: [Plugin] TT_Lib (1.1.0) — 04 January 2010

Postby thomthom » Thu May 13, 2010 11:12 am

Pilou wrote:I will try your 000 number but for respect of your previous friends I will give a more hight number! :)

If you sort the files in the Plugins folder by name you can see the load order. Name the file to whatever you want to control where it appears on the menu, just make sure it loads before the rest of the tt_*.rb files.
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Re: [Plugin] TT_Lib (1.1.0) — 04 January 2010

Postby pilou » Thu May 13, 2010 11:45 am

Thx for the precision! 8-)
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Re: [Plugin] TT_Lib (1.1.0) — 04 January 2010

Postby TIG » Thu May 13, 2010 12:31 pm

Starting a file name with # loads before any numbers/letter start...
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Re: [Plugin] TT_Lib (1.1.0) — 04 January 2010

Postby arjunmax09 » Sat Jun 26, 2010 7:20 am

how can i use this plugin to manage my plugins?? :roll: I have no idea how to use this plugin...plz help
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Re: [Plugin] TT_Lib (1.1.0) — 04 January 2010

Postby thomthom » Sat Jun 26, 2010 9:17 am

arjunmax09 wrote:how can i use this plugin to manage my plugins?? :roll: I have no idea how to use this plugin...plz help

You don't - it a shared library that some of my plugins use.
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Re: [Plugin] TT_Lib (1.1.0) — 04 January 2010

Postby arqalexanderog » Sat Jun 26, 2010 10:04 pm

I get this error apology
Error loading file config.rb
No such file to load - TT_Lib / loading file json.rbError config_ini.rb
No such file to load - TT_Lib / loading file core.rbError inputbox.rb
No such file to load - TT_Lib / loading file gui.rbError tt_selection_toys.rb
No such file to load - TT_Lib / loading file core.rbError ui_manager.rb
No such file to load - TT_Lib / loading file core.rbError window.rb
I was not missing,
I cooperation could you please remove me from this little problem
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Re: [Plugin] TT_Lib (1.1.0) — 04 January 2010

Postby thomthom » Sun Jun 27, 2010 9:35 am

How did you install it?

You should have a TT_Lib file in your Plugins folder, and all those files you mention in that error you got should be inside that.
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Re: [Plugin] TT_Lib (1.1.0) — 04 January 2010

Postby arjunmax09 » Wed Jun 30, 2010 2:23 pm

thomthom wrote:
arjunmax09 wrote:how can i use this plugin to manage my plugins?? :roll: I have no idea how to use this plugin...plz help

You don't - it a shared library that some of my plugins use.


I was advised by KXI that this plugin was formerly known as plugin manager and could be used to manage junk plugins. How can I do this?
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Re: [Plugin] TT_Lib (1.1.0) — 04 January 2010

Postby thomthom » Wed Jun 30, 2010 2:30 pm

You can't.
It was previously intended to help manage plugins - but it was only for developers. It is only a library of reusable code.
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Re: [Plugin] TT_Lib (1.2.0) — 31 August 2010

Postby derei » Fri Nov 26, 2010 12:23 am

Could you update TT_Lib2, or make another library for your plugins, as now I have TT_Lib and TT_Lib2. I just made some cleaning in my Plugins and I deleted TT_Lib, because I assumed that is obsolete :D .

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Re: [Plugin] TT_Lib (1.2.0) — 31 August 2010

Postby thomthom » Fri Nov 26, 2010 9:09 am

dereeei wrote:Could you update TT_Lib2, or make another library for your plugins, as now I have TT_Lib and TT_Lib2. I just made some cleaning in my Plugins and I deleted TT_Lib, because I assumed that is obsolete :D .

Thank you.

They are completely different. TT_Lib2 can't be backwards compatible with TT_Lib - it's the whole reason why I made v2.
However - I think the only plugin I released that use TT_Lib is Selection Toys - the rest was in development stage and was ported to TT_Lib2.

There will be an major update to Selection Toys - then it will use TT_Lib2. Until then you need both libraries.
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Re: [Plugin] TT_Lib (1.2.0) — 31 August 2010

Postby majid » Mon Oct 22, 2012 7:00 pm

:thumb: thank you TT :). I like the feature of selectiong and converting group copies to component and use it ferequentely, but the confliction of selection toys and TT uv toolkit is a bit time consuming.
each time I must delete one of TT_lib folders.... :( hahhahahahah
waiting for next update, and thanks axain mate :thumb:
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Re: [Plugin] TT_Lib (1.2.0) — 31 August 2010

Postby thomthom » Tue Oct 23, 2012 11:41 am

majid wrote::thumb: thank you TT :). I like the feature of selectiong and converting group copies to component and use it ferequentely, but the confliction of selection toys and TT uv toolkit is a bit time consuming.
each time I must delete one of TT_lib folders.... :( hahhahahahah
waiting for next update, and thanks axain mate :thumb:

?

What conflict?

I have them all running on my computer with no problem. TT_Lib is only used by Selection Toys.

UV Toolkit uses TT_Lib2.
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Re: [Plugin] TT_Lib (1.2.0) — 31 August 2010

Postby cotty » Tue Oct 23, 2012 11:50 am

lunchtime? :lol:
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Re: [Plugin] TT_Lib (1.2.0) — 31 August 2010

Postby thomthom » Tue Oct 23, 2012 12:14 pm

cotty wrote:lunchtime? :lol:

Rendering :roll:

Catching up for not being online while I was at Basecamp.
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