GILE_OSNAPPALETTE command shows the Onsap Palette which combines the OSNAP dialog toggles to set running Object Snap modes (possibly 'on the fly') and the Object Snap Menu to specify a command modifier (object snap, point filter, mtp) at a command prompt for a point.
The Onsap Palette also provides some custom Object Snap modes to snap on the Third, the Quarter or any other specified Fraction of curve lengths (arc, circle, ellipse, line, polyline segment) and on the Centroid of arcs, polylines, regions and 3d solids. These Custom Object Snaps also can be specified as a running mode via the OSNAP command, by entering the object snap name at a prompt for a point, or with the osnap AutoLISP function.
A system variable (GILE_CUSTOSMODE) defines the running Custom Object Snap modes. Another one (GILE_COMODEFRACDEN) defines the fraction denominator for the FRC object snap. These system variables values can also be specified by entering their names, using the SETVAR command, or, from AutoLISP, with the getvarand setvarfunctions.
Supported language: English. This version has a 10 days trial period.
Note: This app uses a custom installer (and not the standard App Store installer).
10 days timeout version.
Nothing less than perfection from the gentleman who offers so much help to others in the forums. Thanks for the cool tool
so when can we get the full version?
This is what I've been looking for! It saves keystrokes, consequently, time.
It's nice. I'd like to see more options for the palette. Being able to choose what we see in the palette would be nice. I have no need for the fraction items. Much like the shift+right click menu I've customized so I only see what I use or need and have even added features. Good job though.
It's a very, very good application Good job
The 'centroid' OSNAP is brilliant. My company doesn't need 'parallel' or 'quadrant' or 'apparent intersection' osnaps, but we have always needed some form of centroid function for the work we do. This has been implemented very nice with this full set of OSNAP tools.
A very useful tool, quick access to snap modes was a missing feature.