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  • in reply to: Deck immersion angle – could not be calculated #37866
    Maarten
    Keymaster

    Hi Maxime,
    Can you tell me what version you’re using? Also, can you share your model, so we can have a look?
    Thanks.

    in reply to: Autocad 2012 error when importing 3D Curves DXF file #37863
    Maarten
    Keymaster

    Glad to hear this solves your issue.
    This fix will be part of our next release, expected this week (probably Friday)

    in reply to: Abbreviations #37856
    Maarten
    Keymaster

    Guys, thanks for the great effort!

    While I can’t read Russian, the lng file (the updated lng zip file) works and seems complete. Quite an accomplishment!
    We will make this file available in the download site soon..

    Thanks again!

    in reply to: Delftship Free 7.14 (280) 64bit #37785
    Maarten
    Keymaster

    Hi Bob,

    I can reproduce your issue. What has happened is that an update was rolled out via the update server, not as a regular download. This update has a slightly updated file structure, which is what causes your problem. If you update from DELFTship (Settings tab, Updates button) you should be OK.

    With apologies for the inconvenience.

    in reply to: Delftship Free 7.14 (280) 64bit #37782
    Maarten
    Keymaster

    Hello Bob,
    Sorry to hear about your problem- it is not a known issue (yet). What fbm are you trying to open?

    in reply to: Inserting a new plane #37768
    Maarten
    Keymaster

    Your request is heard- in the next release there will be an option to ‘not move surrounding points’ when inserting a plane. Can’t say yet when this next release will be published, but it won’t be too long…

    in reply to: Hull Surface Editing #37736
    Maarten
    Keymaster

    Hi Denis,

    I hope your issue is fixed with our new release, could you please confirm?

    As for your other question, we have added a ‘Remove’ edge button- this will remove selected edges, while trying to minimize the impact on the overall shape.

    Regards,
    Maarten

    in reply to: Intact stability – weather criterion windspeed #37723
    Maarten
    Keymaster

    You have a good point- and it is on our to-do list to set a drag coefficient per silhouette item. While we can not say exactly when this feature will be included, I expect it will be this year.

    in reply to: document publisher #37709
    Maarten
    Keymaster

    Apologies for the delay in answering, here goes:

    An update regarding 1) : It is possible to tell the publisher there is a page break in a HTML document. Insert the tag
    and a page break will be inserted.

    The branching is done via Nodes. A “Node”is essentially an empty placeholder that can contain chapters and other nodes. The only ‘content’ of a node is its title. Nodes can be added like any other chapter type, using the Insert Chapter button.

    I hope this answers your question?

    in reply to: document publisher #37703
    Maarten
    Keymaster

    Hi!

    1) No. HTML doesn’t know about pages. You could try force a new page by using newlines (
    ), but that is not ideal.

    2) The first header of an included html file is set in Publisher itself. Subsequent headers you can define useng “

    ” tags

    3) H1 tags will be chapters, H2 tags will be sub chapters (paragraphs if you will). H3 wil be sub to H2, etc- see the example included earlier in this thread.

    4) It is a work in progress, and we hope to have it finalised soon. Unfortunately I can not yet make any promises.

    As for your earlier questions: CSS is not supported, and html formatting only to a very limited extent.

    in reply to: document publisher #37696
    Maarten
    Keymaster

    Hi Malte,

    Essentially, each HTML document will be a chapter. You can ‘cheat’ and make several chapters in the HTML code- every time you add a

    top level header

    a new chapter will be inserted.
    Subsequent sub level headers (h2 .. h6) chapters are paragraphs
    For more details see the example html file attached. Note that it doesn’t start with an

    – then it would skip a chapter!

    Good luck!

    in reply to: Best Resistance series for larger RORO vessels #37683
    Maarten
    Keymaster

    This functionality is planned for a future release, but I can not give an expected date of release yet…

    in reply to: Best Resistance series for larger RORO vessels #37678
    Maarten
    Keymaster

    Neither- they’re for different hull shapes and sizes.
    Look for Hollenbach or Holtrop-Mennen.

    in reply to: hydrostatic calculation test #37669
    Maarten
    Keymaster

    Hi Fengjun,

    The most likely explanation for this descrepancy is that you placed this box with one side on the center line (the SB side of the box), but did not remove this side plane of the box. Then, when calculations are done, the SB side is mirrored (including this extra side): now there are two planes at the center line touching, but wetted. To get correct results remove the offending surface.

    To understand what happened, move the box away from the center- you’ll see the calculations are correct.

    I hope this explains the confusion.

    in reply to: document publisher #37644
    Maarten
    Keymaster

    Hello Malte,

    If I understand you correctly, you have two questions:

    1) Can you create templates for generated reports?
    A: At the moment, no. There are 3 default styles included. The option to create a .CSS style for the entire report is currently being tested, and will be released in Q2 this year (projected)
    2) How do I import an html document with a table?
    A: Click the “Add chapter” button, and select HTML Static Text. Copy and paste a table in the ‘Text’ tab text area. Alternatively, go to the HTML tab, and type the HTML code for your table.

    Be careful when posting from an Office application: MS adds lots of tags that can mess up proper formatting of tables.

    I hope this answers your question?

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