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  1. FAQ Article Sticky Thread Sticky: Suggested changes to this forum

    The "AutoLISP, VBA, the CUI & Customisation" forum has become a very lively part of the AutoCAD Forums and probably needs a structural review in order to acommodate growth in the future. I'm...

    Started by CADTutor‎, 14th Jun 2010 09:44 am
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    12th Aug 2010 08:09 am Go to last post
  2. FAQ Article Sticky Thread Sticky: Code posting guidelines

    Code posting guidelines When you are posting AutoLISP or VBA code in these forums, there are some simple guidellines you should observe in order to make life easier for you and for others. ...

    Started by CADTutor‎, 18th Sep 2006 10:46 pm
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  1. draw special shape as Line

    Hello can any one help to draw the shape as in attached image

    Started by motee-z‎, Yesterday 11:34 am
    • Replies: 9
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  2. Batch Find & Replace Text

    Batch Find & Replace Text This program uses ObjectDBX to perform multiple text replacements on the current drawing or a complete directory (and subdirectories) of drawings. The program has the...

    Started by Lee Mac‎, 23rd Mar 2010 11:06 pm
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    • Replies: 334
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  3. Help with a lisp - Areas from closed polygons to current (opened) excel file

    Hello As you may already know i am new to the forum, but not so new to autocad (been using it almost for 10 years), but i am really new to this autolisp world (and vba for that matter), i am...

    Started by xxfaxx‎, 7th Feb 2018 08:37 pm
    • Replies: 6
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  4. Isolate Layer by Select

    hi all, i need a lisp program to isolate layer by select polyline, is there a direct code to isolate by autolisp or i have to use function??

    Started by amir0914‎, Yesterday 11:59 am
    • Replies: 7
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  5. Multiple/Quick SaveAs

    Hi guys, Today I had to save as multiple dwgs into a different dwg version and I ended up with this: Batched it quickly ( I hate/try to avoid using browser dialogs, when I don't have to ) : ...

    Started by Grrr‎, 18th Apr 2018 01:27 pm
    • Replies: 8
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    Yesterday 02:26 pm Go to last post
  6. Find and Replace Question

    Hello all, When using the find command, is there a way (i assume there is and Im missing something) that i can do the following. Lets say i have a drawing full of numbers, wire numbers to be...

    Started by Lawrst‎, 19th Apr 2018 01:24 am
    • Replies: 5
    • Views: 154
    Yesterday 11:07 am Go to last post
  7. Dynamic Blocks visibility and insert scales

    When we insert a dynamic block to a difference X Y scales, the visibility state does not functioning.Is there any lisp codes to reset the visibility states.

    Started by wimal‎, 19th Apr 2018 09:08 am
    • Replies: 2
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  8. vla-put-Normal

    this is probably super simple but can't find the answer: (setq apr (vlax-ename->vla-object (entlast)));#<VLA-OBJECT IAcadRegion 000002c2d9920cb8> (vla-put-Normal apr '(0.0 0.0 1.0)); error:...

    Started by eimimitu‎, 16th Apr 2018 10:01 pm
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    ename, normal, object, region, vla
    • Replies: 24
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    Yesterday 01:55 am Go to last post
  9. Area split equal.

    Hello, I need one help to do a LISP that can execute it: get one irregular area, and split it according a specific aredea defined, like, 100 m², and I need to split it in 25 m² (I know that it...

    Started by CafeJr‎, 7th Oct 2013 08:13 pm
    6 Pages
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    • Replies: 53
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    19th Apr 2018 08:45 pm Go to last post
  10. Help with My Lisp Please

    Hi all, Ok so I have this small lisp and I'm still learning on how to work with these. I have the following code. It works fine for one time and then I have to retype "RBB1" because if I right...

    Started by Dj_T_Rex2002‎, 17th Apr 2018 04:13 pm
    • Replies: 7
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    19th Apr 2018 05:39 pm Go to last post
  11. Smile Hatch Inherit Properties

    Hi, I was just wondering if there is a button or command to set Hatch Inherit Properties? I don't want to do the whole Match Properties because that is really tideous if you are dealing with a lot of...

    Started by Dj_T_Rex2002‎, 12th Apr 2018 03:08 pm
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    19th Apr 2018 04:04 am Go to last post
  12. Setting Visibility State based on Attribute value

    Hi, I have a dwg with a bunch of the same block in it (called Cabinet). This particular block has a number of visibility states. I have assigned an attribute (called SetVisState) to the block...

    Started by Nomad‎, 10th Dec 2015 03:22 am
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    attribute, visibility state
    • Replies: 11
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    18th Apr 2018 04:33 pm Go to last post
  13. Change color (RGB) of objects in a selection set

    Hello together, I thought I have a simple task to perform, but unfortunately it turned out to be more difficult than I expected: I have in my lisp a code to select all elements in a drawing...

    Started by Ament‎, 17th Apr 2018 02:13 pm
    • Replies: 6
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    18th Apr 2018 03:36 am Go to last post
  14. Question Add to Block By Lee Mac

    All, I was wondering if anyone else was having a problem using Lee Mac's "Add to Block " on a dynamic block? Recently our title blocks have changed over to dynamic and now I cant use "Add to...

    Started by BrianTFC‎, 30th Mar 2018 12:46 pm
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    add to block, lee mac
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  15. How to work with every type of text

    Hello, while I was looking for ways to copy texts, I came across this topic http://www.cadtutor.net/forum/showthread.php?87782-Are-there-a-way-copy-and-paste-via-clipboard-by-lisp where I found...

    Started by itacad‎, 26th Mar 2018 09:25 pm
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    17th Apr 2018 10:09 pm Go to last post
  16. Gathering all text into a CSV or TXT file?

    Hi all, Does anyone have a script that will take all DTEXT and MTEXT objects in a selection window, and export them all as a separate line in a TXT file of some sort?

    Started by muzicman82‎, 17th Apr 2018 06:11 pm
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    17th Apr 2018 07:46 pm Go to last post
  17. Unhappy How to read UTF-8 Encoding?

    Hello everyone I try to make code to read data from .txt file and fill to object data table in Autocad Map, but it was show ???????? Cloud you please help me?

    Started by mit‎, 10th Apr 2018 03:28 pm
    • Replies: 5
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    17th Apr 2018 02:50 pm Go to last post
  18. My first Lisp

    After the last six months using full Autocad I have finally taken the plunge into Lisp (there's still life in the old dog yet) So here is my first efforts it's actually designed to help me in...

    Started by steven-g‎, 13th Apr 2018 08:22 am
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    17th Apr 2018 11:33 am Go to last post
  19. Embarrassed Include " when using STRCAT

    Dear coders I am trying to include " when using strcat Afaik you need to use \ or / in combinatiuon with extra " to get "something here" when using strcat So I want to do this

    Started by DGRL‎, 16th Apr 2018 02:20 pm
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    • Replies: 24
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    17th Apr 2018 09:48 am Go to last post
  20. Grab block from one drawing and insert into another via a lisp

    Hi All, Not sure if this is possible but I'm looking for a way to grab a block that is a block in one drawing and insert it into another drawing via a lisp function The scenario is that i have...

    Started by Mark_ATCW‎, 13th Apr 2018 04:51 am
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    • Replies: 20
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    17th Apr 2018 09:42 am Go to last post
  21. Trim lines around text - help

    Hi guys, I need a lisp to l trim lines around texts - at a given value - to work this way: select texts or mtexts, insert value for distance around text, and trim all lines that intersect all texts...

    Started by flopo‎, 25th Nov 2011 11:32 am
    • Replies: 9
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    17th Apr 2018 09:32 am Go to last post
  22. Idea Using Overkill Command in Block

    Hi to all, Using overkill command is very great help in deleting some overlapping in the dwg. Is there a command or LISP that can delete any overlapped blocks(block with attribute)? Hoping...

    Started by Mystogan‎, 11th Apr 2018 06:51 am
    • Replies: 5
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    17th Apr 2018 05:28 am Go to last post
  23. Turn a lisp and a script into 1 lisp file

    Hi All, I'm new to this forum so i hope i have posted this in the correct place, please let me know if i haven't! Ok to get started i have a script that i run before i print a drawing but it...

    Started by Mark_ATCW‎, 27th Mar 2018 07:09 am
    • Replies: 7
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    17th Apr 2018 05:23 am Go to last post
  24. Error in this line

    Hi All #(setq Cloud (getstring("\nEnter an Option P or O )))# Can you tell me why this line is producing an error? This is the error: .Cannot invoke (command) from *error* without prior call...

    Started by TunzaGibbo‎, 14th Apr 2018 01:25 pm
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    • Replies: 13
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    17th Apr 2018 03:57 am Go to last post
  25. ; error: too many arguments

    This is happening after I post the name of the lisp to the command line. I can't spot the error in it. It has always worked before. The lisp is supposed to search out text and attribute values and...

    Started by bustr‎, 16th Apr 2018 08:53 pm
    arguments, error, lisp
    • Replies: 4
    • Views: 122
    16th Apr 2018 09:51 pm Go to last post

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