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I see where to print out scripts and field definitions, but not relationships. Is that a missing feature or am I just thick and don't see it.

Thomas

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Originally posted by tomlepk:

I see where to print out scripts and field definitions, but not relationships. Is that a missing feature or am I just thick and don't see it.

Thomas

This is credited to bd I asked the same question in the scriptmaker forum.

the following is the answer except I had to use Cmd-Shift-3 to make it work right

Dean

I just expand the window to show as many relationships as the screen will hold and they use a Cmd-Shift-4 (Mac) screen capture and drag around the important stuff. I print the captured image using Simpletext. Sometimes you'll need to scroll, if all the relationship won't fit on the screen.

I often paste this screen capture to a layout so it is easily available for reference if a relationship gets disconnected.

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  • 2 weeks later...

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Originally posted by byteworks:

Better option go to
and grab a free copy of FM analyzer Lite this works a treat and it's available for Mac/PC

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Thanx that was just what I needed!

Thomas

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Fields Needed:

gCount Relation

gRelationships

cRelation

cRelation

code:


Case(Length(RelationNames(Status(CurrentFileName)))
does not equal symbol

Position(RelationNames(Status(CurrentFileName)), "
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The tab spacing is

200 px

400 px

600 px

750 px

Field is 800 px wide by 600 px tall.

I suppose with a little more work you could have it check each file in your solution and you could have all the data stored in one database, for easy reference and printing.

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