Thanks for the script, good start.
Forgive me if you already aware of this, but generally architects would work with a floor to floor dimension and then divide that by the ‘rise’ required to meet building codes / regulations for the class of stair to get the number of ‘rises’ required.
Then the ‘going’ would also be set dependent on building codes for the class of stair. ie residential, commercial, fire escape etc. I’m not suggesting that building code compliance needs to be included that would be overboard but as the script stands without the floor to floor value I still need my calculator.
Would it be possible to have the script do that calculation based on a users floor to floor dimension, then a tweak / overide on the stair ‘rise’ to end up with the number of steps needed rather than entering the number of steps first as per the script.
Also would it be possible to set a dimension for the ‘waist’ ie the diagonal distance between back of a going and under side of flight. Generally 150 -200mm.
And finally the possibility to have a sloping rise where the nosing is forward of the vertical for example 25mm. So in affect the going is extended by 25mm.
A lot to ask. Thanks again.