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A colleague of mine is working as a freelancer for an office which uses AutoCAD, and quite naturally, they want him to adhere to their drafting standards.
Generally, this is not really a problem with BricsCAD, but there is one fly in the ointment:
They use blocks with attributes that contain formula fields as architectural ordinate dimensions, and these attributes always display '0.000' in BricsCAD, instead of the y-distance between a reference block and the attributed block, as it seems to be in ACAD (see attached drawing).
The formula in the attribute looks like this:
%<\AcExpr (dist(%<_FldIdx 0>%,%<_FldIdx 1>%)*sin(ang(%<_FldIdx 2>%,%<_FldIdx 3>%)-%<_FldIdx 4>%)) \f "%lu2%pr3%ct8[0.001]">%
It seems that the %<_FldIdx *>% expressions are nested fields that retrieve the coordinates of the respective blocks, but I cannot find a way to edit these.
Am I right to assume that nested fields are not currently supported in BricsCAD, or am I simply overlooking something?