A new report template that can be used to produce a report for chains inside 12d Model. The report lists all chain commands and the critical information for each command in a nice, easy-to-view tabular format as plain text (e.g. CSV) or HTML. [ Read More » ]
An easy-to-follow explanation with examples of how the new and improved service clash detection routine in 12d Model 11 can give you the power and flexibility to find any clashes in your project. [ Read More » ]
Writing MTF snippets? Finding it hard to read and understand snippets? Want to know when the snippet syntax is correct? If so, this post shows you how to enable MTF Snippets syntax highlighting in Notepad++, making it easier to create and view MTF snippets. [ Read More » ]
Introduction In Part 1 of this series, we looked at the background behind the XML reports in 12d Model and how to create a new report template. Now, in this post, we will make some minor changes to the way the report template and look at how they affect the… [ Read More » ]
In V10, 12d Model introduced the use of XML reports for a few of the reporting options in the software. Prior to this any customisations or modifications to the formatting of reports by clients required either manual editing in a text editor or in 12d- e.g. deleting columns, changing headings,… [ Read More » ]
Have you ever needed a basic list of all Super Alignments? Well, I recently did and quickly whipped up a custom report template for the SA Report.
A 12d Model application that parallels (aka offset) multiple strings at once. Eliminate repetitive steps and streamline your workflow! Download the Parallel Strings app for free.
A 12d Model app that allows for search and replace of values within chains. Quickly and easily make changes to your chains! Download the Chain Search and Replace app for free.
With the 12d User Conference just weeks away, we already have a Draft Agenda, so you can pick your favourite, must-see sessions (all of them!). To make it easier for those on the cutting edge of technology, I’ve copied the agenda into a set of calendar events and made them… [ Read More » ]