I would like to make a custom user field for resources that displays the filename of the 3D Object that it is derived from. How would I do this?
Please try using the following User Field Formula - 3D.LEVEL_1.NAME
Answer Verified By: Gary Zimmer
Hi Arpit, I tried that and got an error:Error: cannot parse UF in formula for UF[Parent Obj 2] : Error: unknown element in formula starting [LEVEL_1.NAME ]
I'm just getting into UFs and how powerful they are. I got the formulas working to show my 3D object's name and immediate parent's name, but I can't get the root filename formula to work. Same error:Error: cannot parse UF in formula for UF[Root Filename] : Error: unknown element in formula starting [LEVEL_1.NAME ]
Here's my UF window
Can you confirm if you are seeing the same colors in the Formula as well -
Try typing out the formula instead of copy/paste. Also make sure you are running this for the 3D OBjects, and not Resources.
If everything looks the same as the screenshot, then I am not sure what the issue could be. You can probably remove all the data besides a few geometries and send over the SP file for review as well.
Otherwise, I will recommend reaching out to email@example.com
Additional to to Arpit's check item.
Can you tell us what is your SYNCHRO build? Are you using 184.108.40.206? Because the LEVEL_ command is only available in 220.127.116.11 build.
If you use previous build, you can use PARENT.PARENT.... command and count how many level is the root level.
Ah, I am on Synchro 2020 Pro x64 18.104.22.168 which I believe is the latest version of a now dead product.
Hi Gary - what exactly did you mean by "a now dead product"? We released SYNCHRO 4D Pro 22.214.171.124 recently in June, 2021.
Hi Jacqueline, Thank you for taking a month to misread my comment and give bad information. Can you confirm the following statement is true?
"Please note that SYNCHRO Pro as a separate product from 4D Pro is no longer being offered, but 4D Pro continues to support an .sp file-based workflow in addition to opening cloud-hosted projects from SYCNHRO Control."
I found this on the descripton of a recent video on your youtube channel here: www.youtube.com/watch
Going from Pro to 4D Pro is a huge price difference as well as involving many features that are simply never going to be used by our firm. Trying to push up this way is making us take a deeper look at your competitors.