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    dwg file included

    is there any way to transform the object on the right to the object on the left
    by using Autolisp?

    like when i load app it will ask me which object, which way to do the offset ( inside or outside ( in this case 1/8 and to the outside ) )
    and after the selections it will redraw the object on the right so it looks like the one on the left.
    i have 142 objects similar to that one , and it would take me a while to do them.

    could anyone help creating the lsp file?
    thanks
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    ??? anyone?

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    Give us a chance...

    I'll have a look, see what's what.
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    finally.... ok i'll wait

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elektryk View Post
    is there any way to transform the object on the right to the object on the left
    by using Autolisp?

    Quote Originally Posted by Elektryk View Post
    and afet [sic] the selections it will redraw the object on the left so it looks like the one on the right.
    Which is it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lee Mac View Post
    Which is it?
    haaaaaaaaa?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elektryk View Post
    haaaaaaaaa?
    Your original post seems to contradict itself, that is, if I am reading it correctly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lee Mac View Post
    Your original post seems to contradict itself, that is, if I am reading it correctly.
    meaning?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lee Mac View Post
    Your original post seems to contradict itself, that is, if I am reading it correctly.

    Lee is correct !! read the OP again !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lee Mac View Post
    Which is it?
    im sorry........ other way around... sorry... I'll fix that...

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