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Managing your TMLs

Status is a TML written by Rockpile Solutions to manage registered TMLs from within Trimble Business Center. 
TMLStatus displays the registered TMLs and makes the installation and/or updating into a simple button click

Click Download TMLStatusto download the TMLStatus installation program. The installation package removes the burden of having to manually download, navigate, install, and unblock the files needed to run TMLStatus and other registered TMLs.

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    Sample TMLs

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    The attached zip file ( MacroCommands.zip ) contains a collection of python files that demonstrate creating TML macros ...

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    A number of customers have asked me for a list of possible TML developers that could do work for them to solve problems that ...

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    This simple TML will add a vertical PI at the specified elevation. If the linestring has more than one segment that intersects ...

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    This TML is helpful for macro developers to explorer the object model of a TBC project file. The tree view displays every ...

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    This TML will create an arc in the plane defined by three 3D points. Coordinates 1 and 3 define the beginning and end of ...

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