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Re: LPub3D Rotate Step - Merlijn Wissink - 2015-09-14

Thanks for your reply. This morning, I tried it again and I discovered that it only crashes when I try to add a rotation step at the very last step, at least on a few other (random) pages it didn't crash. Stupid that I didn't think about trying any other pages.

Anyway, it's still a bug I think, just a little less important. So, I'm also runnung Windows 10 (Pro) 64bit, the newest LPub3D (1.2.3 R.443 B.2)


Re: LPub3D 1.0.0 - Jaco van der Molen - 2015-09-22

Hi there,

I set
0 !LPUB MULTI_STEP STEP_NUMBER FONT GLOBAL "Arial Black,72,-1,5,87,0,0,0,0,0"
0 !LPUB MULTI_STEP STEP_NUMBER FONT_COLOR GLOBAL"#000000"
at the top file (in an MPD)

And then this

0 !LPUB MULTI_STEP STEP_NUMBER FONT LOCAL "Arial Black,48,-1,5,87,0,0,0,0,0"
0 !LPUB MULTI_STEP STEP_NUMBER FONT_COLOR LOCAL "#00007f"

But it does not seem to work.
Is it broken?


LPub3D Multi-step Number - Trevor Sandy - 2015-09-23

Jaco van der Molen Wrote:I set
0 !LPUB MULTI_STEP STEP_NUMBER FONT GLOBAL "Arial Black,72,-1,5,87,0,0,0,0,0"
0 !LPUB MULTI_STEP STEP_NUMBER FONT_COLOR GLOBAL"#000000"
at the top file (in an MPD)

And then this

0 !LPUB MULTI_STEP STEP_NUMBER FONT LOCAL "Arial Black,48,-1,5,87,0,0,0,0,0"
0 !LPUB MULTI_STEP STEP_NUMBER FONT_COLOR LOCAL "#00007f"

But it does not seem to work.
Is it broken?

Indeed it is broken, as you may know this is an existing bug in LPub 4. In fact there are several issues with changing and/or moving multi-step numbers.

Actually, I fixed these issues (and added the ability to insert a model rotate graphic and a new background choice: gradient) since the beginning of August; however, I have not released these updates as I was also working on extending the multi-thread capability to improve the display page performance.

You can expect these updates in the next minor-version release.

Here are some screenshots of your scenario as well as the completed fixes and functionalities.

   

   

   


Re: LPub3D Multi-step Number - Philippe Hurbain - 2015-09-23

Awesome work, eager to be able to test this!


Re: LPub3D Multi-step Number - Jaco van der Molen - 2015-09-23

Philippe Hurbain Wrote:Awesome work, eager to be able to test this!
Agreed! Very eager.
Thanks for all your hard work.
Though I think I once had a model where it did work. Or perhaps that was not multistep, can't remember.