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    Hi all,i have a lisp which can get the piling as built deviation
    but need to click one by one.
    1.Click the proposed position
    2.Click the as built pile position
    3.Place the deviation
    (This is what i do so far)
    I wonder any lisp which can get the piling as built deviation automatic ?because i alway need to click the piling point (as built)
    for not less than 600 pile
    attach here with example drawing which i have done
    Hope my question not sound crazy or i expect too much which lisp can do.
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    Last edited by jason tay; 20th Feb 2008 at 09:41 am. Reason: More Suitable because it can use for all kind of point deviation not for piling only

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    hi jason i would love to help but i cant open the drawing it just says error needs to close everytime

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    try attatching it again

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    sorry here is the file again
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    hey jason i dont know whats going on, i have inventor installed and i cannot open it?! it might be mine im not sure, maybe some others can open it? it just comes up as "error cannot open file drwg needs to close" very annoying lol, if no one else can view/help you with it send me it via email etc and il be glad to help you as much as i can

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    Both files opened up find on my machine. Using Map 2007 and 2008
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    It's not so difficult task. Add path to four "block" files to Tools>Options>Tab 'Files', 'Support files search path'.

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    Please redounload files. That was some errors.
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    who are you talking to?

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    who are you talking to?
    To jason tay.

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    That is one very useful routine - thank you very much

    I am not sure the Original Poster will be too happy, because he wanted an Automatic routine, but I am very happy clicking away.

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