As far as I know arcgis wont let you use diferent transparency setting for fill and border.
One workaround is to duplicate your layer and set the bottom one with no border and the top one with only border and no fill, then you can style your fill and border to your liking. Of course this work only for polygon layer, for text box it will be harder to set it ...
There is no select, mutate or any other dplyr verbs for LAS objects. LAS objects are not data.frame but... LAS objects.
A las file contains a set of core attributes. To save extra attributes such as treeID you must add extra bytes attributes. segment_trees() does it automatically. You can verify that by looking into the header:
LASfile <- ...
The Description is a html content. You can set the style for the descriptions.
<div style='font-family:JetBrains Mono;font-size=20;font-style: italic;'>Input GPS CSV file with X,Y fields and output the feature class.</div>
The reason you're getting this error is because ListFeatureClasses does not accept a path as an argument, the wildcard parameter is used to filter the feature classes returned to only those matching a particular file name pattern, for example 'Edit*' will return only the feature classes that start with edit.
You need to set your arcpy.env.workspace first, ...
The Intensity int column has the ability to store all the treeID values. There is a slightly different format for copying rows to another and you can find the locations using str(las1). Additionally, some NA values were discovered from points not allocated, which I have remedied below as this initially failed to enable writing the .las successfully. Once ...
Each of the classes get instantiated by Arc's opaque machinery using the variable name hinted at in the docstring. Ignore the prefix since you're working within the same module that it's instantiated within.
So when you see
"""Implementation for test_addin.combobox (ComboBox)"""
it means that combobox (lowercase) is the ...
Attribute rules were added in FGDBs in the last couple of versions. 2.4?? Assuming you're on the right version you should be able to create an attribute rule that fires on every insert/edit to update your fields.