• How do I get the macro "TML - Increment Text"

    I have seen the blog post for "TML - Increment Text", but how to I get this for my own use?
    Ted Schwartzhoff
    created by Ted Schwartzhoff
  • Can't link Visual Studio to TBC Macros

    Hello Good TBC Community,   I formated my system and now I'm trying to create a TBC MAcro, but unfortunately I'm not being able to select the TBC Macro option when creating a new project in Visual studio.  ...
  • Compute Lot Setback line

    The macro ComputeLotSetback (available using TmlStatus) will compute a lot setback line using user specified setback distances.  First, define the setback offsets for each part of the lot (front, back, left...
    Gary Lantaff
    last modified by Gary Lantaff
  • TML - Voice Commands

    If you want to play around using your voice to execute TBC commands, just run TMlStatus and download the macro VoiceCommand. The macro is being provided "as-is" (but it's fun to play with)   It's actually a simp...
    Gary Lantaff
    last modified by Gary Lantaff
  • 02 Setting Up an Integrated Development Environment (IDE)

    Installing IronPython Download the latest version of IronPython from http://ironpython.NET/download/. Run the MSI file to start the installation wizard. Accept the default settings to install IronPython. Instal...
    David Kosakowski
    last modified by Gary Lantaff
  • TML - Create Point By Station Offset

    This macro is helpful in cases where you have lots of points to key in based on their station and offset values.  The station and elevation support the "Auto-Advance" option. If "Auto-Advance" set on the station ...
    Gary Lantaff
    created by Gary Lantaff
  • TML - Explode Lines

    This macro will explode the selected lines into individual segments. Each segment can be converted into a new line or only break into new lines whenever the deflection angle between segments exceeds specified angle. &...
    Gary Lantaff
    created by Gary Lantaff
  • I need to create X-Sections which I can do, but the x-section is starting at 0.00 elev and I am at a 10.00 to 80.00 elevation which makes my 80 elevation sections 1 per page. how do i correct this?

    with the elevation at 10 I can fit 3 sections per page but at the other end of the project the elevation is 80.0 and the x-section view starts at 0 on every page. How is this corrected so I get a standard view everytime
    mark porter
    last modified by mark porter
  • Creating a macro that generates new layers based on active layers, and populate them with Z values for points in the same color as the original layer.

    I would like to create a macro that 1: foreach layer I have active creates an additional layer of the same name but with the suffix "txt". 2: Gives each new layer the same color as the layer it was based upon. 3: Popu...
    Christian Andersson
    last modified by Christian Andersson
  • TML Developer - Revenant Solutions

    Revenant Solutions LLC is an independent software developer based in Westminster, Colorado.   After developing Business Center - Heavy Construction Edition for 12 years, Revenant Solutions was formed in 2018 with...
    Quan Mueller
    last modified by Quan Mueller
  • 03 Configuring Your Visual Studio Project

    The Macro SDK template contains all of the structure and configurations you need to get started. These include: Links to program DLLs Environments and references Setup for debugging Making TBC Controls Available in...
    David Kosakowski
    last modified by David Kosakowski
  • Introducing: Accupoint TML Development

      Hi All   We are happy to announce that we are throwing our hat into the ring.  Accupoint has engaged with Revenant Solutions to bring a few Macros to the market, beginning with a focus on Field Data...
    Nelson Hays
    last modified by Nelson Hays
  • TML - Invert Color

        This simple TML is to invert the color of objects.  It will change the current color property, or the color 'by layer,' to the complementary color.     The primary use cases are cha...
    Nelson Hays
    created by Nelson Hays
  • TML - Relayer by Feature Code

    This simple TML is to re-layer Point objects based on their Feature Code.  Run this command to move selected Points to new or existing layers with the same name as the Feature Code attribute.     ...
    Nelson Hays
    created by Nelson Hays
  • TML for creating line strings to tie together points based off point number

    Is there a TML macro that will create a line to tie together points based off of their point number? I'm trying to create breaklines from a simple set of survey shots and this macro would speed things up dramatically.
    Travis Bell
    last modified by Travis Bell
  • TML - SurfaceToGrid

    This TML will compute grid locations from a specified surface and write either (or both) an *.xyz file or a *.csv file. This can be useful for reporting purposes or to reduce the number of points in a surface.   ...
    Gary Lantaff
    last modified by Gary Lantaff
  • is there a macro that Trimble is developing to rename a Drill plan, currently the user does not have fanctionality to name the plan the way they want?

    currently the naming convention start with 0,0. Which is a problem because most of the customers I work with don't like it. Most clients I work with like to have the functionality to name the plan the way they want no...
    Brice Kgetsane
    last modified by Brice Kgetsane
  • Will the Best Fit Linestring sample macro be posted or uploaded to TMLStatus?

    I installed this sample macro during PUG 2.0 (April 2019) and I'm not finding it on this forum or when I run TMLStatus.   In TMLStatus, my copy shows up as a "local" TML - i.e. it's not registered w/ Rockpile ye...
    Quan Mueller
    last modified by Quan Mueller
  • Hello from Revenant Solutions!

    Greetings from the world of independent TML development!   While many of you have met us at the Power Users Group training events in Colorado or in-between TBC sessions at Dimensions, Revenant Solutions has yet ...
    Quan Mueller
    last modified by Quan Mueller
  • Trimble Macros SDK.msi (Updated for TBC version 5.20+; Ignore prior SDKs)

    This SDK should be installed after installing Visual Studio. If you upgrade from Visual Studio 2017 to 2019, uninstall the SDK and install again in order to have project template placed in the correct location for VS ...
    Gary Lantaff
    last modified by David Kosakowski