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    Fixo's code above Debug.Print ptsArr(i, j) will...

    Fixo's code above Debug.Print ptsArr(i, j) will contain the points. So something like x= ptsArr(i) y=ptsArr(j) I am sure Fixo will confirm.
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    I set up our 2015 pretty quick, we have all our...

    I set up our 2015 pretty quick, we have all our own stuff in partial menu's so a simple menuload, all the config stuff is via a lisp so all the pathing and printers work straight away. We continued...
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    Re script change (defun c:SetRO (/ afile fso...

    Re script change (defun c:SetRO (/ afile fso ofile ro) to (defun SetRO (afile / fso ofile ro)

    The script
    (load "setro")
    (setro "C:\acadtemp\dwg1")
    (setro "C:\acadtemp\dwg2")
    [/code]
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    Have a look at www.lee-mac.com he has some great...

    Have a look at www.lee-mac.com he has some great routines for day to day stuff.
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    Here is a VL example you will end up with a...

    Here is a VL example you will end up with a variable co-ordsxy which contains all the pts for a 2d pline as 2 values (x1 y1 x2 y2 x3 y3..... you can then get each pair from the list using nth x & nth...
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    Moderator HUH ? Alberto what is your aim...

    Moderator HUH ?

    Alberto what is your aim here by posting these lisps ? Would it not be better to just provide a list of every one you have and post it here with a description and link. Then...
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    Your using a lot of reserved words point, pspsace...

    Your using a lot of reserved words point, pspsace for variable names not a good idea, this may be creating problems.
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    You can do it with VLisp this has been commented...

    You can do it with VLisp this has been commented on before search here.
  9. Pipefitter72 went to download enabler but its...

    Pipefitter72 went to download enabler but its 200+mb so gave up for moment if you can get some object dumps then their may be some patterns appearing and code can be written blind.
  10. Trying to remember their is a variable you need...

    Trying to remember their is a variable you need to set so it does not ask "do you want to run this lisp" its like a protection you need to turn it off, if running a script its probably screwing it...
  11. My $0.05 produce fly throughs to provide visual...

    My $0.05 produce fly throughs to provide visual clues of blind spots in your design.
  12. The dump gives some clues "Points" is handy draw...

    The dump gives some clues "Points" is handy draw a line using the co-ords and see where it fits make sure snap is off, scale same object by 2 times see if the line length is twice . Compare two...
  13. Maybe a lisp using intersectwith to work out...

    Maybe a lisp using intersectwith to work out centre pt and pt on exsiting circle this way pick pt, pick circle, rad then done.
  14. Can you post a dwg with some samples please name...

    Can you post a dwg with some samples please name with text in case proxy objects dont appear, also an image.
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    Your missing the "n" for new (command "-layer"...

    Your missing the "n" for new (command "-layer" "n" "myline" "C" "myline" 1 "LT" "myline" "Dashed" "")
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    Here is a surface selection by name routine. ...

    Here is a surface selection by name routine.


    ; change contours via a lisp used with toolbar
    ; By A Houston 2012
    ;
    (defun c:Surface (/ appstr lst surface ss)
    ;; Assign new style to selected...
  17. A work around if you can touch the object then...

    A work around if you can touch the object then you can retrieve the properties of the object like insert point, if you know scale and rotation then you can work out as a code example some point on a...
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    Huh ? we share our autostart its on a network...

    Huh ? we share our autostart its on a network no need for lisp.
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    Are you just copying a block inside a shape if so...

    Are you just copying a block inside a shape if so its much easier to Array the block starting outside the object then just erase any blocks that are outside the shape.
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    A lot of manufacturers have block libraries of...

    A lot of manufacturers have block libraries of their products do a web site search and as they want you to use their product they are free.
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