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    Quote Originally Posted by mdbdesign View Post
    Lee, ask Brad where is dialog box
    haha, yes
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    I'm the cmd line type not sure if want to learn that maybe one day

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    Just kidding. I am imperial guy too (and command line). Got to keep it hidden from my boss and take time to draw flanges

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    Quote Originally Posted by mdbdesign View Post
    Just kidding. I am imperial guy too (and command line). Got to keep it hidden from my boss and take time to draw flanges
    So did you try out the routine. Is it ok for a first timer?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mdbdesign View Post
    Just kidding. I am imperial guy too (and command line). Got to keep it hidden from my boss and take time to draw flanges
    Just to point out - my original LISP can be very easily modified to be imperial Standards -

    All the variables are set at the top of the program, (obviously you may need to investigate to to which measurements relate to what - most is self-explanatory), but these can be changed to suit
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lee Mac View Post
    Just to point out - my original LISP can be very easily modified to be imperial Standards -

    All the variables are set at the top of the program, (obviously you may need to investigate to to which measurements relate to what - most is self-explanatory), but these can be changed to suit
    Yeah. And I original start by modified your original. But then decided to do from scratch. I did however put your disclaimer in it. It made my laugh cause we have a running joke here about calling your mother.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bradb View Post
    It made my laugh cause we have a running joke here about calling your mother.
    Calling my mother....?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lee Mac View Post
    Calling my mother....?

    oops sorry that disclaimer came for anothers lisp. Not sure why I thought it was your pipe lips sorry

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    Hahaha, just saw the disclaimer - absolutely fantastic - eat your vegetables and call your mother
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lee Mac View Post
    Hahaha, just saw the disclaimer - absolutely fantastic - eat your vegetables and call your mother
    Don't forget don't drink and drive. I know I paid for it.

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