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Modify Creo files with the Mapkey function - MultiMapkey

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Modify Creo files with the Mapkey function - MultiMapkey

Hi folks,

I have created for you the utility - MultiMapkey.exe

With ProE/Creo functions  - the Mapkey and  MultiMapkey‌ utility you can  Easy, Quickly, How you need it modify 3D and 2D parametric data. You can export your objects or specify model properties and parameters, etc. >> try to imagine what you need to apply for huge list of data.

In the video example you can find all steps: How to use 4K-app: MultiMapkey - how to use custom steps  ... for ... modification, creation, export, ... the object defined  in the list (folder)

MultiMapkey‌ utility download >> here

Best Regards,

Vladimir

Best Regards,
Vladimir Palffy
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Re: Modify Creo files with the Mapkey function - MultiMapkey

That's a pretty neat tool.  How does it do with nested mapkeys? 

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Doug Schaefer | Engineering Manager
Crow Works

Re: Modify Creo files with the Mapkey function - MultiMapkey

Hi Doug,

...with nested mapkeys is not problem (it is only shorten input information)

How to use nested mapkeys Example: create a couple of Mapkeys in your main config.pro file. Define source file as combination of "nested mapkeys"  + add at the end backslash + new empty row. Be careful - utility alway delete first row (where in standard Mapkey is name and label) from the source file (from source Mapkey file for repeating)

Backslash means - new generated mapkey will be continue.

Note: I have tried to add backslash and empty row automatically ... but sorry - I am not programmer

Regards,

Vladimir

Best Regards,
Vladimir Palffy

Re: Modify Creo files with the Mapkey function - MultiMapkey

Hi!

 

Is this still available for download?

Re: Modify Creo files with the Mapkey function - MultiMapkey

Hi, yes it is OK - try one more time

 

Best Regards,
Vladimir Palffy

Re: Modify Creo files with the Mapkey function - MultiMapkey

Thank you very much!

 

Best Regards,

Gábor