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    Default Point Manager

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    Currently, the user can:
    • Insert a Block at all Points from a File (txt/csv)
    • Insert a Point at all Points from a File (txt/csv)
    • Create a LW/3D Polyline from all Points in a File (txt/csv)
    • Insert a Point at all vertices on all/Selected LW/3D Polylines in a drawing
    • Insert a Block at all/selected Points in a drawing
    • Export all/selected Points in a drawing to a File (txt/csv)
    • Create a LW/3D Polyline from all/Selected Points in a drawing
    • Insert a Block at all vertices of a LW/3D Polyline
    • Export all Vertices of a LW/3D Polyline to a File (txt/csv)
    • Create a LW/3D Polyline from all/selected LW/3D Polylines
    • Export all insertions of a Block to a File (txt/csv).
    • Insert a Point at all instances of a Block
    • Create a LW/3D Polyline at all insertions of a Block
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    Preview:

    Point Manager V2.2.png

    Point Format Dialog:


    Point Manager Format.png

    Object Options Dialog:


    Point Manager Obj Opt.png

    Function Syntax: PtManager / PtM


    As always, comments, suggestions and criticism are welcome

    Enjoy!

    Lee

    --=={
    Code Updated to Version 2.4 }==--

    Code available here.
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    Hi,

    Here's mine (French version)
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    Hi Lee, it's a good idea for a universal program. Just a small query, I like how you make the dcl within the lisp like you did with tabsort, is it possible though to write the dcl to the same directory as the lisp is in and run it from there? I understand it might not be a support path, but what if you provide the whole directory in which you'll know from the lisp?


    Gile, wish I understood french, I can make it out though. Are the french autolisp forums as active (more active?) as the english ones?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveK View Post
    Hi Lee, it's a good idea for a universal program. Just a small query, I like how you make the dcl within the lisp like you did with tabsort, is it possible though to write the dcl to the same directory as the lisp is in and run it from there? I understand it might not be a support path, but what if you provide the whole directory in which you'll know from the lisp?
    Thanks Steve - nice idea about the filepath to which the DCL is written, I shall look into that

    EDIT; with regards to the DCL writing - I would think that the user would have to place the LISP in the search path (but I could be wrong).
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    No I think you're right. It's been so long since my last dcl creation I just thought I'd throw it up. I know in tabsort you had a command to delete the dcl file, but it still would be nice to have it somewhere easier, to get to should one want to, or stumble across should one forget about it. That said if it's not in the same folder as the lisp I guess it only leaves you with a standard support path.

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    Well, if the LISP is in the support path, then I could write the DCL to the same path - but if the LISP is loaded from elsewhere, I'm not sure I have the knowledge to determine the filepath of such...
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    Good point! I was thinking the location of the lisp was a given, but that's just the location of the drawing, and we wouldn't want the dcl put there. Hmm, there is no way of knowing the location of the lisp file that's not in a support path is there...
    Sorry Lee, I've just filled your new thread with a whole lot of pointless dialogue, your current method is best.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveK View Post
    Good point! I was thinking the location of the lisp was a given, but that's just the location of the drawing, and we wouldn't want the dcl put there. Hmm, there is no way of knowing the location of the lisp file that's not in a support path is there...
    Sorry Lee, I've just filled your new thread with a whole lot of pointless dialogue, your current method is best.
    No worries Steve... better that we discuss possible improvements should we come up with something better
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    I have updated the first post to Version 1.3.

    As you can see from the description listed - this Version is capable of a whole lot more...

    Enjoy!

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    Hi..Mr Lee its a nice program..what if u can add a Geographic position "Lat/Long." the format should be notepad or csv 1 123º44'56.87" 8º03'44.23" oliver

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