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    Hi all,

    What is the wright way to take a coordinates from an input and put it in the grid.

    I have two inputs one for the name, and one for the coordinates (where to insert this name)

    I don't want to make two inputs for the cell (one for the row, and one for the Column) , for some reasons i need it to be in one input like (3,5) or (18,29) or the wright format.

    I made an example for help .

    Thanks in advance.


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    reworked

    Text to Grid.apz

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    • #3
      Hi herrin,

      Thank you for your effort and time, but i mentioned that i don't want to put two separated inputs for the row and the col , i need only one input. is it possible ? can an input have a format combining the two coordinates.

      To be more specific , can the (row,col) contained in one variable so the grid targets the cell ?

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      • #4
        Text to Grid_reworked.apz

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        • #5
          other UI

          Example.apz

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          • #6
            Thank you herrin, i appreciate your great help, i already did something close to your solution Text to Grid_reworked.apz, i will try the second option after i install the needed plugin you used.

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            • #7
              Another Issue is that your project works for 9x9 grid but if need to go with bigger grid it wont work i guess.

              Is there any way to take all numbers before the comma as the row and take all the numbers after the comma as the column ?

              Thanks is advance

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              • #8
                Originally posted by sameer valva View Post
                Another Issue is that your project works for 9x9 grid but if need to go with bigger grid it wont work i guess.
                Is there any way to take all numbers before the comma as the row and take all the numbers after the comma as the column ?
                Thanks is advance

                before stating this, have you tried?

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                • #9
                  I Attached screenshots, hope you can figure where is the problem.

                  Thank you so much for your time and for being helpful.
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                  • #10
                    I don't see any problem
                    obviousness aside .....
                    try to reason you will solve YOUR problem by yourself

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by herrin View Post
                      I don't see any problem
                      obviousness aside .....
                      try to reason you will solve YOUR problem by yourself
                      I tried so many solutions and searched the forum before i even asked for the help, im not urging anyone to help, you stepped and gave a nice approach and i appreciate your help and really you helped a lot. This forum was always the saver for me for many years and learned here everything from all of you and still learning.

                      Returning back to the problem , if you can see i put (1,18) so it should be inserted in row 1 and column 18, but as you see in the attachments, it was inserted in column 8.

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                      • #12
                        obviousness = 01,18

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                        • #13
                          Forgive my bad English, i didn't understand that you want me to do this , i already did it, and i know that this way needs to have an equal number of digits before and after the comma to work.

                          I was trying to find a way without adding 0 . Anyway this was so good so far, and i will do the best to find a good way to do it and share it here.

                          Thank you herrin

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                          • #14
                            are you still looking for?
                            nothing found?


                            demo:
                            Set Grid Coordinates.rar

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                            • #15
                              Sure I'm still looking for it, is seems you nailed it

                              Any chance for the project or the code ?

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