The RESETBLOCK Command

by Will on October 13, 2011

I was setting up a dynamic block yesterday, and I wanted to specify a default position for all the movable parts, but I also wanted to have the option to reset the block to the default position after I’d moved stuff around. I started thinking along the lines of using visibility states in my block, but it wasn’t really what I wanted – ideally I’d like a command that resets a dynamic block to its original unmodified position.

So imagine my happiness to discover the RESETBLOCK command! It does exactly what you would expect – resets a dynamic block to its original state. Perfect, and worthy of sharing.

Hope this helps someone.

And by the way – if you haven’t already, have a proper play with dynamic blocks. They can be extremely useful, and pretty darn cool too!

Will

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Mark Pettitt October 13, 2011 at 10:02 am

I find this command very useful when annotative scaling ‘functionality’ isn’t behaving itself.

Will October 13, 2011 at 10:25 am

Cheers Mark – I’ll remember that!

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