RPS Copy To Clipboard Command

D_RPScopy_600ppi   RPS Copy To Clipboard

Command Licensing and Default Menu Location

  • The RPS Copy To Clipboard command is part of the RPS Modeling Toolbox
  • The command is located on the Modeling macros menu ribbon
  • The command is located in the Drafting menu group

Command Description

The RPS Copy to clipboard command provides the ability to copy TBC data objects from a project in one instance of TBC into the project running in a second instance of TBC using the RPS Paste command. When an object is selected that has dependent objects e.g. a surface model created from points and lines, the object and it’s dependent objects are copied to the clipboard using a virtual VCL file format.

Version Dependency

This command is 100% dependent on TBC v5.60 because it uses the Virtual VCL format capability that was introduced with this TBC version.

Command Interface Description

The RPS Copy to Clipboard command dialog looks as follows

Select objects to be copied:
Select the project objects that you wish to copy to the clipboard, Click the Options button to access the advanced selection options including Advanced Select, Select by Layer, Select by Elevation etc.

In TBC v5.60 the command is linked to the command shortcut CTRL SHIFT C. If you select data to be copied, using the shortcut will automatically copy the selected data to the clipboard.

If you copy e.g. Plan Set, Sheet Set or Sheet level data from one TBC project to another, the RPS Paste command will create missing Plan Sets, Sheet Sets and Sheets to hold the copied data into the exact same structure as the source project from which the data was copied.

Copies the selected objects and their dependent objects to the Windows clipboard.

Closes the command without further execution.

Video Demonstration

The following video shows how to utilize the RPS Copy To Clipboard command

Use Case Videos

The following videos show the use of the RPS Copy to Clipboard command in a work process context

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