Log in to follow, share, and participate in this socialgroup. 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. 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. ... 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... 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... 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 ... 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 ... I get this message when trying to download Trimble Macros SDK.msi ErrorThere was a problem connecting to the external storage provider due to expired credentials. Please contact your community administrator. This macro will move selected points so that they fall exactly on even stations (if the move distance is less than the specified station tolerance). There is also an option to move selected points to a specified stat... This macro will compute the elevation difference between each point in a linestring and the computed elevation of a specified corridor. The elevation differences are used to create a polyline in the profile view of th... Use this macro for many things, including labeling cross-sections imported from PDF where the text in the PDF is absent (replaced with polylines that look like text, but are not text). Often PDF files have text d... This macro is kind of like simple feature coding. It creates lines by joining selected points where the feature code name is the same. The points are sorted by station from a reference alignment. If the station differ... This macro can be used to connect the outside edges of linework (as computed from the selected reference alignment). Each node in every selected line has its station and offset computed. The min and max offset values ... When my crews are running traverse they name a shot that point plus a, b, c... etc. ie 1, 1A, 1B, 1C. Is there a macro for TBC to combine these using the merge command as there are usually 5 to 10 points like this tha... The Quick Line TML is very a useful tool for several tasks we perform. Would it be possible to slightly modify the app to have the focus on the Name field when the command is started and add the "New", "Apply", "... This may not need to be a macro but may be the perfect scenario for one: we are trying to export all points that have media folders attached, and include the media folder in the export to google earth. The... Would it be possible to add a third option of explode at deflection range to the explode lines tml? This would allow the user to set a minimum deflection angle and a maximum deflection angle. This would be ver... This is a very useful tml. Thank you! I am seeing some weird results when exploding 3D linework however. Linestrings A and D were created with the handy new "Offset Slope" TML command using linestrings B & C at a 5' sampling distance. As you can see, the command did not include the grade break vertices at G & H a... IS THERE AN IMPORTER FOR AGTEK ESW FILES? Simple TML to explode a surface into lines and "cad points". The lines are attached to the cad points by reference so if you move one of the points, all the lines connected to it will move.