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    Is There Any Way For Delete Unloaded Xref And Unrefranced Xref Automatically.

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    This has been discussed at length previously. so try doing search.
    I will do it, if I have some more free time on my hand later
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    Any One Help Me To Solve This By Using ANY Lisp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dipali View Post
    NOOOOOO!!!!!! Don't use that code, it is horrible.
    There are much better ways to do this.
    I will have a browse through my library and get something up soon.

    Are you specifically after lisp (if so then I can't help you), or VBA or .NET?

    My pref is .NET, but VBA is acceptable I suppose....

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    you r in better hands now MR MAN .
    I was just trying to help bcs no one lese had answered.
    LCE is the men for customisation so you will get better help from him.
    good luck
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    Quote Originally Posted by MR MAN View Post
    Is There Any Way For Delete Unloaded Xref And Unrefranced Xref Automatically.
    Mr Man.

    In addition to my previous post, please answer the few questions below.

    1. Do you want to run it in a drawing, or from outside of AutoCAD?
    2. Do you want to run it on 1 drawing, or a collection of drawings?
    3. You have mentioned that you would it to remove unloaded and unreferenced, so I assume any unresolved xrefs will be removed, correct?
    4. If you want to run it in AutoCAD, do you want it to be command line based, or with an interface?
    5. If you want to run it in AutoCAD, how would you want it to handle unresolved xrefs found in the attached xrefs? So DWG1 xrefed into DWG2 as an attachment but is unreferenced, DWG2 xrefed into DWG3. In DWG3 you will see DWG1 in the list, would you like to remove this from DWG2? (Hope this makes sense)...

    I think that is all for now.

    Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dipali View Post
    LCE is the men for customisation so you will get better help from him.
    Cheers Dipali, you are making me blush

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    THANK YOU LCE AND FOR YOU DIPALI I DON'T KNOW WHAT I SAY FOR YOUR HELP,
    LCE THE ANSWERS FOR YOUR QUESTIONS ARE:
    1- I WANT USE A LISP FOR IT SO, IT WILL BE IN A DRAWING.
    2- I WANT RUN IT FOR ONE DRAWING.
    3- YES I WANT REMOVE ALL UNRESOLVED XREFS BUT SOME TIMES WHEN YOU COPY XREF IN ANOTHER PLACE IT WILL BE NEED TO FOUND ITS PATH UNTIL IN SOME CASES WHEN YOU MAKE IT RELATIVE PATH.
    4- IT WILL BE COMMAND LINE BECAUSE IT WILL BE A LISP.
    5- THE UNLOADED XREF WHICH I NEED TO REMOVE TAKEN FROM Architecture SO, AFTER I FINISH MY WORK I DON'T NEED IT(I WORK IN CIVIL ENGINEERING).
    6- IF YOU HAVE ANY IDEA TO LET A MESSAGE APPEAR WHEN THE LISP FOUND ANY ERROR IT WILL BE VERY GOOD SOLUTION FOR ME.



    FINALLY THANKS ALOT FOR YOUR CARE AND FOR YOU DIPALI ALSO I DON'T FORGET HIS HELP,


    YOURS,
    MR MAN
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    Mr Man, Thanks for the reply.
    Unfortunately, if you specifically want lisp for some reason then I can not help you with that, I am sure someone else will be along that can help though.
    You do realise that both vba and .net apps can also be run through the command line without a dialog box, right?

    If you would like me to get something up that is vba or .net then let me know, but if it is specifically lisp like you have said, then good luck.

    Cheers

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