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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. Extracting certain attributes from a block in multiple dwgs.

    Hey guys, Where I work we transfer dwgs. with our client for every job so when we get the dwgs. in we have to manually log each and every one in and record various info. I was wondering if it...

    Started by chauncy274‎, 9th Dec 2008 03:39 pm
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  2. Beginner Macro Help

    Hello Everyone, I stumbled across this website a while ago and regularly browsed it whilst I’m on my lunch break. I'd call myself a light CAD user as I do simple 2D fabrication drawings. I'm an...

    Started by matma7‎, 22nd Dec 2008 04:23 pm
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  3. Average, Min, Max

    Can someone help me find a lisp to find the average, min, and max of text with numerical values?

    Started by johnengineer‎, 18th Dec 2008 12:21 am
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  4. Exclamation How can i do that use vba

    HI,everyone my mother language is not English So,something I writed you will not understand easily. I want some help,thanks. those is what i want to do: I need select parts of autocad's...

    Started by idiszerg‎, 23rd Dec 2008 06:58 am
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  5. VBA Inserting text inside a just inserted block

    Hi all! (using Acad 2007) Ok - I am inserting a block into a existing drawing. The block is basically a line with a 'X x' placeholder. Now each 'X x' is suppose to get replaced with text to...

    Started by jakebullet70‎, 17th Dec 2008 12:04 am
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  6. Help Finishing this Script Urgent plz

    Hi people,i'm a newbies in AutoLisp and my script is pretty easy and i already make 99% of the work , i have a lot of text in my DWG file and i want to ouput the XY coordonate of each text(look...

    Started by smallpixel‎, 19th Dec 2008 01:33 am
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  7. VL Referencing non-active drawings

    I have been self teaching myself LISP, VL, and now VBA, for AutoCAD. Well when it comes to Visual LISP is there a way to "get" any properties or anything else from a drawing that is not the active...

    Started by Olhado_‎, 21st Dec 2008 08:40 pm
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  8. Whats wrong in this macro?

    i created a CUI macro to draw a revcloud ^C^Cpline;revcloud;arc;500;500;object;last;; the macro draws the pline and dont apply the revcloud command

    Started by asos2000‎, 21st Dec 2008 10:31 am
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  9. Fascinating LISP Irregularities...

    Hi Guys, Hope everyone is having a nice Christmas so far. Was just playing around with some LISP, and wondered why there was an irregularity in the way the LISP functions are named, for...

    Started by Lee Mac‎, 20th Dec 2008 11:58 am
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  10. What is the Purpose of '

    Hi Guys, Another minor thing that has been bugging me for a while now. What is the purpose of the single apostrophe? I see it sometimes as opposed to "", but I can't see why... Are they...

    Started by Lee Mac‎, 20th Dec 2008 12:01 pm
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  11. Question Express Tools LISPS

    Why is it that if I use one of the Express Tools LISPS (eg MPEDIT or TXT2MTXT) on its own there is no problem, but when I try to run them from within another LISP or a script I get a message saying...

    Started by Rooster‎, 11th Dec 2008 09:50 am
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  12. Unhappy Running Script files using VB

    All, I have a really good feeling that we are the only company that has run into the problem I am about to try and explain to you. AutoCAD really sucks when you try and print a drawing and when it...

    Started by bigr1822‎, 17th Dec 2008 05:43 pm
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  13. automatic distance

    Hi everyone, im wondering if theres a way in autocad 2007/2009, to be able to click on a straight line and autocad givoing me the length, without doing a distance and selecting the two end points....

    Started by gazzalp‎, 10th Dec 2008 08:15 am
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  14. Smile Assign Certain Layer to a Toolbar

    I made a custom toolbar. On this toolbar I put a Polyline tool. When I click this I want it to automatically put the polyline in the assigned layer. Is this possible? :)

    Started by TimZilla‎, 15th Dec 2008 02:37 pm
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  15. Question Simple Visual LISP Editor Question

    Hi Guys, From your recommendations I have started to try to use the Visual LISP Editor in ACAD, and, I must say, it does make it easier to identify code with it's novel colour-coding. 8) But, I...

    Started by Lee Mac‎, 3rd Dec 2008 01:31 pm
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  16. offset 2 lines add dimensions and tag

    id like a lisp that would add a band beam to a plan. the way i see it working is i select a grid, it offsets a line 1200mm to each side on a layer called concrete, and set to linetype "awthidden2"....

    Started by gazzalp‎, 14th Dec 2008 11:02 am
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  17. vb code to open drawings in autocad lt

    i have autocad2007 and autocad LT 2006 in my system i want to open dwg files in autccad Lt 2006 using vb.6 code. i want to modify the above code and open dwg drawings in Lt else looking for...

    Started by shamsam1‎, 16th Dec 2008 11:37 am
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  18. load error

    hey everybody, just tried to reload a lisp routine and i get this at the command prompt: error: no function definition:c can anybody help? thanks

    Started by michaeloureiro‎, 17th Dec 2008 01:23 pm
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  19. lisp help

    can anybody help me out with this lisp routine, at the prompt: error: no function definition: C Tip2090: MARRAY.LSP Modified Array Command (c) 2006 Paul Hinds (defun c:MARRAY ()

    Started by michaeloureiro‎, 17th Dec 2008 03:40 pm
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  20. Question Dimensions to Mtext

    I have not written any lisp files for about 5 years so I am a little rusty. I want to use a lisp function add a text box to a drawing with a few variables in it. I have most of it working but I...

    Started by dbgeek‎, 12th Dec 2008 01:04 pm
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  21. hi everyone

    i am facing some problems to offset the polylines in two sides through lisp. i can able 2 offset the polylines in one side.but its difficult to perform offset in another side. the code which i have...

    Started by vivekgrs‎, 17th Dec 2008 11:57 am
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  22. lisp newbie

    hey all, how do i load a lisp routine, can anybody help? i tried do copy/paste directly in the cad prompt and it worked with a simple lisp routine. is this the correct way to do it?

    Started by michaeloureiro‎, 17th Dec 2008 12:31 pm
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  23. Reactor Trouble

    I really don't understand Reactors, and, before someone points me there, yes, I have already read the AfraLISP Reactor Tutorials. I was trying to construct a Reactor based on the Layer Setting...

    Started by Lee Mac‎, 14th Dec 2008 06:52 pm
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  24. Looking for Lisp routine

    Hi guys, I'm a newbie here so please be nice :D I'm looking for a lisp routine to use with MEP HVAC workspace. At the moment I can select connected branches and I can identify runs...

    Started by Eeyore‎, 4th Dec 2008 03:46 pm
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  25. order issues

    Ok, I have a block; we'll call "block X." Block X has many attributes, the only relevant ones for my next prog are "range" and "number". So the way this reads is there will be several block X's...

    Started by Stephen Shafer‎, 16th Dec 2008 11:48 am
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    17th Dec 2008 03:36 am Go to last post

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