Thanks Jim If I do get forced to leave Monday I may never be able to return. And I honestly don't want to go but I may have to.
WestWood Studios the creators of the Command and Conquer series.
obscure joke mention
Aside, West Wood is somewhere I'd love to meander to when o come back on xbox, hopefully if you are on tomorrow.
Could also use this, but I don't know the extent of the lag that it could be, but here you goYou should check out the 2D and 3D loop examples in System Scripts.
History [WW] [+1]
Var [WW] = [sysHistory:WW]
Var [LL] = [sysHistory:LL]
HasHistory [WW] [=>] 
History [WW] [delete]
History [LL] [+1]
SetBlock [WW,Y,LL] [block]
It would be like a typewriter. Where it fills 1 line across, then goes back to the start, but the next column over, then repeats.
You can add a var[HH] for height or Y to add vertical blocks, but this is just a fun experiment.
Be warned, I'd expect lag for days. Lol
var [x] [y] [z]
var [size] =  // Cubed Root of 500k is 79.
var [x1] = [x] + [size] - 
var [y1] = [y] + [size] - 
var [z1] = [z] + [size] - 
SetRegion [x,y,z] [x1,y1,z1] [SomeBlock]
// now do the 3D loop
var [x] = [x] + [size]
isvar [x] [>] 
var [z] = [z] + [size]
var [x] = 
isvar [z] [>] 
var [y] = [y] + [size]
var [z] = 
isvar [y] [>] 
Just put them in sequence in the same script:No, It cannot. However, One thing you can do is run multiple fillregion commands at once which will procedurally be run through filling the area.
So assuming your area is less than 707x707, You could just run a bunch of one block high fill commands taking up the large volume.Ok, I'll give that a try, I'll probably use script [name] to link them together.