Yes, when I drag the shape down, I’ve been putting cell references in. The problem is that any time that shape gets touched, the cell references are getting lost and I have to put the information back in again. I’ve started just using the functions in a cell (even though they don’t work), just to make the cutting/pasting process faster. I bet I’ve had to do this a hundred times…not difficult, but it’s getting tedious.
Additionally, I’m trying to draw multiple similar shapes (arrows representing wind vectors). It would be much easier to just copy a cell with a draw function in it to create the new shapes than to have to drag something down each time.
The attribute function description: ATTRIBUTES | Cedalo Platform
references a rectangle function example with lots of arguments not described in the actual rectangle function description:
=DRAW.RECTANGLE(“ID1”, “”, “Rect1”, 1000, 1000, 3000, 3000,ATTRIBUTES(,FALSE))
Those arguments kind of looked like what I wanted, that is, giving the shape a name and defining attributes which I was thinking was the step I might have been missing…but as I don’t see those args in the code, I’m thinking maybe the attribute page example is out-of-date.
Finally, I notice in the wind turbine example, the block which says “Wind simulation” has this in it: =DRAW.BEZIER(10669,3912,3488,671,"#ff9900")
Does what your saying mean that this text is meaningless? Or can I put the draw functions in a block like y’all did?