Attribute User Text

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The Attribute User Text page lists the user text attached to the selected object.

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Type in the search box to only display the User Text that contains the typed text in its key or value.

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Adds an User Text key to the object. Prefix a key with a "." (period) to add a hidden key.

Hidden keys will not appear in Object Properties > Attribute User Text.

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Retrieves information from the current document or object.

Delete

Removes the selected User Text key from the object.

Use the SetUserText command to remove a hidden key.

Import

Reads User Text keys from a .csv or .txt file into the object.

Export

Saves User Text keys in the object to a .csv or .txt file.

Match

Copies the User Text keys in another object to the current object.

Key

The name of the UserText key.

Value

The value of the UserText key.

Example  
Key Value
Part name X-Joint
Part number XJT-20-584
Supplier Krypton Metals, Inc.
Material Titanium
Weight in kilograms 20

See: Naming conventions in Rhino

Sort the list alphabetically

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Select objects by key

Selects all the other objects that have the selected key.

Select objects by value

Selects all the other objects that have the selected value.

Select objects by key and value

Selects all the other objects that have the selected [key: value].

Objects that only have the key or value will not be selected.

Copy key and value

Copies the selected key and value to Windows Clipboard.

Paste key and value

Pastes the key and value from Windows Clipboard.

See also

GetUserText

Retrieve text information attached to an object using the SetUserText command.

SetUserText

Attach text information to an object.

SelKey

Select objects by their user attribute key.

SelKeyValue

Select objects by their user attribute key and value.

SelValue

Select objects by their user attribute value.

 

 

 

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