View Full Version : AutoCAD 2009 LT vba compatability
9th Aug 2010, 06:07 pm
Quick question: Does AutoCAD 2009 LT not have vba functionality?
I've developed a few projects for AutoCAD 2007, but I was hoping to make them work with AutoCAD 2009 LT as well.
9th Aug 2010, 06:19 pm
Not according to the person that posted an answer to a similar question here:
26th Nov 2010, 07:46 pm
LT does not have VBA capabilites, on top of that, VBA is being phased out of AutoCAD alltogether... Switch to VB NET or stick to LISP for AutoCAD automation. (Not with LT anyway)
30th Nov 2010, 10:00 am
There a product called lisp enabler for LT not sure how good it works search the net. I do know that a number of 3rd paty software guys were using it succesfully.
You could do stuff . vba vb.net that asks questions but uses a script to draw answers
1st Dec 2010, 01:59 pm
The LT Enabler was marketed by Thorsten Moses in Berlin. Autodesk believed he was infringing their copyright and a couple of years ago they "came to an agreement" and Thorsten stopped marketting his LT Enabler and stopped supporting it.
Autodesk wrote to everybody that had downloaded the LT Enabler and made it quite clear that if it was contiinued to be used that legal action would be taken against them.
As far as I know at the moment there is no such enabler available.
Someone told me that Bricscad can use AutoCAD VBA modules and LISP routines without having to change anything, but I've never seen it working. Bricscad is less than half the price of LT but I've no idea if its any good.
2nd Dec 2010, 03:39 am
Intellicad like Bricscad, very cheap lisp definatley works not sure though about Vlisp I think VBA as well . I believe they both use the same CAD engine as do a number of other products.
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