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    yes, thanks so much, I was just stupid enough to...

    yes, thanks so much, I was just stupid enough to forget color 256 is BYLAYER !!! :(
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    great ! thank you very much !!!

    great ! thank you very much !!!
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    thank you for the reply, I can set DXF 62 to 0...

    thank you for the reply, I can set DXF 62 to 0 which is "byblock"...I just wonder if I can put that to "bylayer". Because the next step is to copy the block to another layer, and I need the object...
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    How to remove an element from a list

    I am trying to change all the objects color to "bylayer" within a block, this means I have to eliminate the assoc code 62 from the list, I tried (vl-remove), it does return the list I need, but I...
  5. Tharwat, thank you so much, but it seems work...

    Tharwat, thank you so much, but it seems work only when 13, 14 are aligned




    Yes, this seems to be the headache part.
  6. MSasu, thanks and you are right, I just realized...

    MSasu, thanks and you are right, I just realized that only the first dimension is an aligned dimension which has DXF 50 0.0, the rest of the continued dimensions are linear.
  7. actually the lisp I want to do is in our company...

    actually the lisp I want to do is in our company people make the dimension in a real messy way, extension lines all over the places, the attached JPG is showing one dimension only, but it is usually...
  8. 45157 this is the first time I attach an image...

    45157
    this is the first time I attach an image here, hope didn't create any horrible thing
  9. can't do that with DXF code 13 and 14 either,...

    can't do that with DXF code 13 and 14 either, because the location of both 13 & 14 can be varies too !! I am trying to work out the relationship between the distance/angle of DXF 10 & 14 and the...
  10. but DXF code 11 is the insertion point of text...

    but DXF code 11 is the insertion point of text which could be varies while DXF code 10 is the end point of the dimension line.
  11. Ahhh......Thanks a lot. Meaning I have do...

    Ahhh......Thanks a lot.

    Meaning I have do some sin/cos calculations to obtain the rotate angle
  12. No assoc code info in some rotated dimensions

    Hi all,

    I am trying to work on an autolisp relates to dimensions and need the dimension rotated angle which is normally stored in assoc code 50 (I think), and I happened to find out that there...
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    Hi lamensterms, Happened to look back at my...

    Hi lamensterms,

    Happened to look back at my old threads and see this old thread !

    I tried to erase everything and purge a layer, it said there were objects in the layer. Then I used (ssget...
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    but it just happens in one or two particular...

    but it just happens in one or two particular files !!
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    CHSPACE changes the z-coordinate

    Dear all,

    In one of my drawings, whenever I use CHSPACE, the z-coordinate changed (not 0,0,0) wonder if there is any setting relate to this.


    Thanks so much
  16. dynamic block via no column in multiple text

    Hi all,

    I am using AutoCAD 2011, there are new options of "no columns" "dynamic columns" and "static columns" for multiple text. I am used to "No columns" but it seems to be set to "Dynamic...
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    I would like to thanks to everyone who would...

    I would like to thanks to everyone who would willing to share the experiences in every problems we encountered. As a matter of fact, for example, the question in this thread is not difficult at all...
  18. we didn't mean to terminate the LISP by pressing...

    we didn't mean to terminate the LISP by pressing ESC, we are used to press ESC during the drafting process !! this is the reason why we always lost the OSMODE setting.

    I am looking the *error*...
  19. Thanks Tharwat, I have included the code you...

    Thanks Tharwat, I have included the code you suggested in my lisp, my problem is the lisp is being terminated before it reached the line (setvar "osmode" os), e.g. press ESC
  20. Thanks Dadgad, I actually had been looking at Lee...

    Thanks Dadgad, I actually had been looking at Lee Mac's great lisps for a while, for I am really not very good at this, I haven't found any solution, or even, I am not smart enough to understand.
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