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    Quote Originally Posted by bobsy852 View Post
    Brilliant! Thanks for that Styk!
    Just out of curiosity, how do you set that up as a script? just copy it into notepad and save it as a .scr?
    Yup, but each line break is just like you hit Enter on the command line. If you follow that rule then you'll make the *.SCR file just fine.
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    Default lines are crooked

    My horizontal and vertival lines are not square: they look crooked on the screen. I tried to flatten but it didn't help. What am I missing?

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    Did you try the link I provided on the first page of this thread? Give that approach a shot and see if it works for you.
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    I don't think I did it correctly

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    I'm going to need a little more info than "I don't think I did it correctly" if you need help.

    Can you explain why you don't think you did it correctly? What happened?
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    Well - I've never tried a lisp before, but I looked online to figure it out. I first tried to cut and paste - of course that didn't work. Then I tried to do every line individually and I moved it out of the drawing...somehow. It is gone!

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