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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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  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. data extract/import to/from file

    Hi, I am basically making a block replace, to replace old blocks with the latest version of that same block. Same block name, but the number of attributes and dynamic properties could have...

    Started by Emmanuel Delay‎, 20th Aug 2014 09:51 am
    • Replies: 9
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    22nd Aug 2014 11:03 am Go to last post
  2. Auto dimension of polylines/lines

    Need a lisp for dimensioning of points/segments from a select object(need both dimensions). Please find the attached snapshot .

    Started by rk25134‎, 15th Jan 2014 11:30 am
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    22nd Aug 2014 08:01 am Go to last post
  3. convert list to another list

    please help how to convert this list (setq a'("1 2.33 6.45 8.46" "2 8.98 4.78 1.58" "3 4.51 7.12 2.35" "4 6.95 5.64 7.82")) to this list (setq a '((1 2.33 6.45 8.46)(2 8.98 4.78 1.58)(3 4.51 7.12...

    Started by motee-z‎, 20th Aug 2014 12:35 am
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    22nd Aug 2014 07:20 am Go to last post
  4. Planting Annotation Lisp

    Dear Lisp Experts, Currently i am doing planting annotation manually, which involves list area of polyline, multiply the area with density of plants in a sqm, then place leader and text with...

    Started by manohar‎, 18th Aug 2014 07:38 am
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  5. (trans) explained

    hi i admit, (trans) is one of those scary functions i always ignore learning, it seems too complicated, now its time to deal with it, so let me please layout all i understand so far, trans is...

    Started by samifox‎, 1st Aug 2014 03:41 pm
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    21st Aug 2014 08:50 am Go to last post
  6. Need help debugging this code

    Hey guys, hope your guys' summer have been awesome so far. I am working on a piece of code where I can save each layout as a 2004 autocad drawing (as well as bind any xref's and purge/audit the...

    Started by chiimayred‎, 18th Aug 2014 11:13 pm
    drawings, layouts, lisp
    • Replies: 7
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    21st Aug 2014 03:27 am Go to last post
  7. To all CAD LISP Kings

    Hi Guys. Found this amazing LISP by Lee Mac Called Text to Words It Basically converts a selection of single-line text objects into separate text objects for every word in the selection based on...

    Started by suryacad‎, 14th Aug 2014 06:16 am
    • Replies: 9
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  8. Smile Check to see if the Drawing has an Xref in it

    Hi all... am just wondering if there is a way to check if there is an Xref in a drawing without opening them. Check the whole folder and list which drawing has an xref. the reason? commonly...

    Started by nod684‎, 7th Aug 2014 02:14 am
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    20th Aug 2014 06:56 am Go to last post
  9. Smile line length

    hi all please i need lsp to erase alot of line have same length i mean i nead lsp to ask me about length then example i give him 65m automtic erase all line have this length

    Started by issammesk‎, 19th Aug 2014 12:53 pm
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    19th Aug 2014 03:27 pm Go to last post
  10. wcmatch by file extension

    Hi all, Im trying to create a variable when an existing variable has a certain file extension associated with it. This is the code (if (wcmatch (strcase plotstyle) "*.stb") (setq stbctb...

    Started by jnky‎, 19th Aug 2014 02:03 am
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    19th Aug 2014 06:29 am Go to last post
  11. Process selection set issue

    This sits at CommandEnded of a copy command reactor. This works but has a failure rate of 1/2%. The failure is that is doesn't assign a new random number to the entity. The hours looking for this...

    Started by versai‎, 28th Jul 2014 11:52 pm
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    19th Aug 2014 12:01 am Go to last post
  12. lisp to move objects over 20in

    Im being totally lazy on this one. but what would a lisp look like to simply select an object enter the command and all it does it move the object over 20" to left?

    Started by MikeP‎, 16th May 2011 10:57 pm
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    18th Aug 2014 10:52 pm Go to last post
  13. Please Help me with AutoLISP Programming

    Good morning, I am trying to write a program in which will take the text "Road" (which is put in its own layer called Road) and move it to the right by 3791.4481. I am also trying to take the...

    Started by Mellie‎, 14th Aug 2014 02:36 pm
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  14. Create New Layout Tab Without Default Viewport

    I have a small LISP program and it creates a new Layout Tab and gives it a name. (command "._LAYOUT" "_N" "8.5x11") Trouble is it comes with it's own default viewport which I really don't need. In...

    Started by Bill Tillman‎, 18th Aug 2014 03:51 pm
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  15. Loading Lisp routines into AutoCAD 2013, Best Practice

    My lisp routines is slowing down network version AutoCAD 2013. In the past I have placed all my routines in a folder on my C drive. Then I would map it to AutoCAD under "Support File Search...

    Started by muck‎, 12th Aug 2014 05:10 pm
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  16. What's missing?

    Ok so what im trying to do is modify the value of a lookup in the dynamic block "CARTOUCHE LU" which is located in all the layouts. (setq nomBloc "Cartouche LU") (setq obj ...

    Started by CadFrank‎, 15th Aug 2014 04:40 pm
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  17. Question How to find drawing needs recovery without opening the file

    Hi all, I am writing a lisp program to work on drawings opened as DBX, but the program works on some drawings very slow. I find out that it is because of needing them to recovery or audit. How...

    Started by Ahankhah‎, 18th Aug 2014 09:15 am
    audit, dbx, drawing, recovery
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  18. acad2012.lsp problem

    Hi! I have a problem with acad2012.lsp... it will always load on every drawing. At the moment I have moved the original files acad2012.lsp and acad2012doc.lsp to a location that AutoCAD doesn´t...

    Started by ripuz‎, 25th Jun 2014 10:55 am
    • Replies: 4
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    18th Aug 2014 07:41 am Go to last post
  19. Question Can you help me with this lisp

    Hi ,I am trying to learn lisp so i decided to write a code to calculate the length of the paper after printing and the cost of the printing I know that is easy to calculate it with an excel or a...

    Started by prodromosm‎, 14th Aug 2014 09:43 am
    • Replies: 9
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    16th Aug 2014 09:40 pm Go to last post
  20. How do I execute 2 commands in a LISP ( extrude and helix)

    Good day everyone. I have only started with LISP programming a few hour ago. I want the following to happen with my LISP: create a circle, extrude the circle create a helix on the previous...

    Started by stapelbergp‎, 15th Aug 2014 05:00 pm
    • Replies: 5
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    16th Aug 2014 06:43 pm Go to last post
  21. A little help with the Align Text Lisp? (Lee Mac?)

    I need a bit of help with this lisp if anyone can help... I've been happily using in 2D work but we've just tried it with a 3D polyline and it doesn't seem to be functioning correctly. I click on...

    Started by Torro‎, 6th Aug 2014 04:07 pm
    • Replies: 4
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    16th Aug 2014 01:05 pm Go to last post
  22. Counting the number of files in a folder.

    Hi, Is there a way to count a number of files in a folder using an autolisp coding. Thx!

    Started by CadFrank‎, 11th Aug 2014 07:07 pm
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  23. Question Offseting 3D Polyline

    Hi! In the help section for OFFSET command 3D Polyline is not specified as the object that can be Offset-ed. Is there some tip how to offset 3D Polyline in the plane where the polyline is located?...

    Started by Hrcko‎, 13th Aug 2014 09:47 pm
    2 Pages
    1 2
    • Replies: 11
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    15th Aug 2014 10:08 pm Go to last post
  24. Wildcard & Lisp

    Hello everyone! I need a lisp that will open a file in the directory that the current file (the one that is currently open in ACAD) is in. On top of that, I need to use a wild card. For ...

    Started by mfkozlow‎, 15th Aug 2014 01:51 pm
    • Replies: 4
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    15th Aug 2014 04:09 pm Go to last post
  25. AutoCad automated reference

    Hi, where can I find the file acadauto.hlp ? in autocad 2011 Cheers !

    Started by CadFrank‎, 15th Aug 2014 12:46 pm
    • Replies: 5
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    15th Aug 2014 01:54 pm Go to last post

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