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  1. Interesting approach Steven. I'll keep this one in mind.
  2. Not that I know of. You could just have a separate ATT for each visibility though.
  3. I used to use a utility called batchindatabase which was perfect for this. It was free but is now $40. Still though, you'd make it up in one session. If all the drawings you need to modify are in the same directory you could use the acaddoc.lsp trick. Sent from my Pixel 2 XL using Tapatalk
  4. Steal is a great program. I use it extensively in my setup. Sent from my Pixel 2 XL using Tapatalk
  5. Don't want to use tool pallettes? That is essentially what they do in an easy to use graphical format. This is possible to do in a myriad of ways though. Thanks. Sent from my Pixel 2 XL using Tapatalk
  6. iconeo

    Mulitple XREF's Much?

    On another note. I use http://cadtips.cadalyst.com/sites/default/files/nodes/2017/2459/comment/LayerQuellPick.lsp extensively when dealing with nested XREFs.
  7. iconeo

    Mulitple XREF's Much?

    Ncopy is your friend. Sent from my Pixel 2 XL using Tapatalk
  8. Luckily, this is all within the realm of possible. You will need to use LISP in order to make this truly efficient though. Hope you are not using AutoCAD LT. 1. Make block with all the information you need. 2. Create LISP to generate table. Sent from my Pixel 2 XL using Tapatalk
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    That is odd, you don't have a acaddoc.lsp in the directory of the files you are trying to open do you?
  10. iconeo

    "Smart" Table

    Ah I wasn't sure if you meant a block for the panel and then a separate table. Anyways, beat me to it.
  11. iconeo

    "Smart" Table

    You could make a couple of 'super blocks' with all a panel and table already connected so that you could just copy and paste the block in each time...but then I guess if you wanted a collated table this wouldn't work so well.
  12. Personally, I would add insert points (move grips or points) at the ends and midpoints of the windows and remove the basepoint object altogether.
  13. iconeo

    "Smart" Table

    It is possible, but I'd go Revit for doing this. It is a bit smarter about it.
  14. Because that is where you placed your basepoint object.
  15. Do you want it to all be one entity or do you want the leader to actually be a leader? It is possible to do either.