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    Unfortunately there are so many other software that they could have used - it would crash CadTutor to describe them all. And even if everyone chipped in on that list, we'd probably still miss quite a lot. Could you ask your client what program they're using? Perhaps there's just a setting to make this less problematic.

    I can imagine a lisp routine which would select all similar groups of linework. Hopefully the lines comprising any one character would be drawn in sequence, otherwise the complexity of such routine would become prohibitive. Could you send a sample of such drawing?
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    I've updated my old SelSimilar command to include the dialog into the lisp itself - i.e. no more need to save into a support folder. Also remembers your choices of which properties to filter on (saves to registry so it even remembers between sessions). Added the All/None buttons into the dialog so you can more easily modify these.

    The code can be downloaded from here: http://caddons.svn.sourceforge.net/v...64&view=markup

    Unfortunately it's still only filtering on property values though, selecting groups of relatively similar objects is something which is going to take some time.
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