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  1. Read the EULA (End User License Agreement) and...

    Read the EULA (End User License Agreement) and you'll see exactly what AutoDesk says about their software and your rights (or lack thereof).
  2. And if you have trouble with the Move Face...

    And if you have trouble with the Move Face command you could always just fill in the hole you made with a cylinder and union the two then create a new hole. Not as efficient but doable.
  3. I would borrow one of the blocks that comes with...

    I would borrow one of the blocks that comes with ACADE (something that has attributes as close to what you need as possible) and start from there.
  4. Thread: Boolean command

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    Well I obviously missed the forum it was posted...

    Well I obviously missed the forum it was posted under (selective seeing?). Then I looked under the OP's name and saw he had AutoCAD 2006 listed so I thought I was good to go. I either need a new...
  5. Thread: Boolean command

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    Well slap me upside the head and call me a fool. ...

    Well slap me upside the head and call me a fool. Arghhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh.:ouch:

    Thanks Tanner. I'll leave it up long enough for everyone to see my dumbasp mistake then I'll come back...
  6. I wasn't the one who made the suggestion. As I...

    I wasn't the one who made the suggestion. As I said before welders are used to this sort of thing. You are nitpicking the details for nothing. Let them do their job; that's why they work in the...
  7. You have to ask? Add 117.56 plus 0.44 and what...

    You have to ask? Add 117.56 plus 0.44 and what do you get? Answer: a nice even number. Now divide that number by the number of risers (16). What do you get? Your welders will reward you with a...
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    It will seem to be a good idea that before one...

    It will seem to be a good idea that before one starts creating custom linetypes they know what a linetype definition file is and what each part of the definition is responsible for. Would you...
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    I'm a glutton for punishment. Took another...

    I'm a glutton for punishment.

    Took another peek at your drawing (starting from scratch) and noticed some parts of the 2D geometry have a negative Z value (in the four digit range). Do you know...
  10. Seems some companies must be using apprentice...

    Seems some companies must be using apprentice welders. We indicate the fixed height between stair treads once on our fabrication drawings. Amazingly enough our welders know what this means. No...
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    First thing I'd recommend is that you put your...

    First thing I'd recommend is that you put your drawing on a diet. I ran the Overkill, -Purge (twice) and Audit commands and got the file size down from 561KB to 364KB. I then repeated the sequence...
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    Re: Slicing a model. Perhaps via the 3DCLIP...

    Re: Slicing a model. Perhaps via the 3DCLIP command?
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    The easiest way would be to use a custom lisp...

    The easiest way would be to use a custom lisp program. Here is an example...http://lee-mac.com/totallengthandarea.html

    And here is another....http://www.turvill.com/t2/free_stuff/tlen.lsp

    Took...
  14. The guys in the shop shouldn't have any problem...

    The guys in the shop shouldn't have any problem with measurements like 7.84 or 7.35 if they are professionals. We do this kind of thing all the time in our fabrication shop and the welders make it...
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    Click on the Go Advanced button under the lower...

    Click on the Go Advanced button under the lower right hand corner of the Quick Reply box. At the next screen find and click on the icon for attaching an image. That's where the whole process starts.
  16. Thread: Architeture 3D

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    You're lucky you live in the age of computers and...

    You're lucky you live in the age of computers and the Internet.

    Free 10-day trial over at www.lynda.com covering AutoCAD Architecture essentials by Paul F. Arbin.
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    On the Sun Properties panel look for the heading...

    On the Sun Properties panel look for the heading Sky Properties. It's possible Status is set to "Sky Off". Reset it.

    Visualize tab > Sun & Location panel > Sun Properties click on the arrow to...
  18. Ask all you want no one is stopping you. Just be...

    Ask all you want no one is stopping you. Just be careful if you seek out lisp routines elsewhere. Some sites might be a bit sketchy.

    Do you trade drawings with outside companys some of whom...
  19. I was able to change a value all the way up to...

    I was able to change a value all the way up to 32599 with no problem. As soon as I tried 33000 the value changed to -32536. That's weird.

    You're working in metric units I presume?

    By the...
  20. I find it kind of interesting that the person who...

    I find it kind of interesting that the person who has been the most persistent in seeking out custom lisp routines is the same one who's system may be infected with a virus. Either vernon downloaded...
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