60001969 I would like to be able to define the control keys of the getUserWalkThrough Action

Article 60001969
Type Wish
Product Engine
Version 6025
Date Added 6/19/2013 12:00:00 AM
Fixed (6/26/2013 12:00:00 AM)
Submitted by Bertrand Munier


I would like to be able to define the control keys of the getUserWalkThrough Action.


In version 6026 a new property has been added to the vdDocument object named WalkThroughKeys. This is a property to a static class that is used to define the keyboard keys used in Walkthrough action.

The following Keys can be changed.
public class WalkThroughKeysClass
summary> Key to increase movement speed , default key is Keys.Add.
public System.Windows.Forms.Keys MovementSpeedIncrease
summary> Key to decrease movement speed , default key is Keys.Subtract.
public System.Windows.Forms.Keys MovementSpeedDecrease
summary> Key to enable/disable fly mode , default key is Keys.F;
public System.Windows.Forms.Keys Fly
summary> Key to move up , default key is Keys.C;
public System.Windows.Forms.Keys Up
summary> Key to move down , default key is Keys.Space;
public System.Windows.Forms.Keys Down
summary> Key to move forward , default key is Keys.W;
public System.Windows.Forms.Keys Forward
summary> Key to move backward , default key is Keys.S;
public System.Windows.Forms.Keys Backward
summary> Key to sidestep left , default key is Keys.A;
public System.Windows.Forms.Keys sidestepLeft
summary> Key to sidestep right , default key is Keys.D;
public System.Windows.Forms.Keys sidestepRight

Example in c#
vdFramedControl.BaseControl.ActiveDocument.WalkThroughKeys.Forward = Keys.T;
vdFramedControl.BaseControl.ActiveDocument.WalkThroughKeys.Backward = Keys.G;
vdFramedControl.BaseControl.ActiveDocument.WalkThroughKeys.sidestepLeft = Keys.F;
vdFramedControl.BaseControl.ActiveDocument.WalkThroughKeys.sidestepRight = Keys.H;
vdFramedControl.BaseControl.ActiveDocument.WalkThroughKeys.Fly = Keys.E;

Example in vb6
Dim doc As VectorDraw_Professional.vdDocument
Set doc = VDraw1.ActiveDocument.WrapperObject
doc.WalkThroughKeys.Forward = Keys_T
doc.ActionUtility.getUserWalkThrough 0.5

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