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  1. Why? because all the other threads I've checked did not solve the problem. The problem is, if I go to LINETYPE => Load, I get the following error: Bad definition of FENCELINE1 at line 119 of file C://Users/danlun/Documents/ACAD/CAD Resources/acad.lin This then repeats for Fenceline2 (line 121), TRACKS (line 123), BATTING (line 125), ZIGZAG (line 137), and PROPLINE (line 154). This started when I modified a copy of the original acad.lin with a custom linetype called PROPLINE which looks like so: *PROPLINE,Property Line ___ _ _ ___ PL ___ _ _ ___ PL ___ _ A,.5,-.2,["PL",STANDARD,S=.1,U=0.0,X=-0.1,Y=-.05],-.2 Note that this was placed at the end of the file in the "User Defined Linetypes Add any linetypes that you define to this section" etc etc section. None of the other linetypes ACAD seems to be having trouble with was touched in any way- I just added PROPLINE. Now, here's what I've tried so far to fix the problem: 1) triple-checked that the acad.lin file I need is in the support file search path. 2) deleted C://Users/danlun/Documents/ACAD/CAD Resources/acad.lin from the support file search path, and moved the correct path to top. 3) moved acad.lin to C://Users/danlun/Documents/ACAD/CAD Resources/ and added it to the support file search path (and deleted the other from there) 4) every iteration of FONTALT I can think of, including . for None 5) moved acadiso.lin out of the same folder (someone on another forum suggested ACAD might somehow be getting confused between the two .lin files) None of the above worked. The only thing I haven't tried is retrieving my default copy of acad.lin and trashing the modified version because, you know, I kinda need that PROPLINE linetype. Any ideas?
  2. Hey guys its my first thread out here so i hope i will find help..Well i 've currently create several layers and after i change in one of 'em the linetype from continuous to a "Dashed" , every new layer i made had a "dashed" linetype and when i tried to change it back to default , it didnt.. Help!
  3. I am having an issue with the "upright" script in my ltype descriptions. Apparently it works the way it is supposed to and not the way I want it to. The upright is set to 0 which orients the text in linetypes to be shown as "upright" to the model space. In most design cases; not an issue, but I am designing construction plans along a roadway and as such, north is not always "upright" to my viewport. Is there a script (ie ...,u=v],... or ...,u=vp],...) that will orient my text based on the line displayed in the viewport? Thanks
  4. I'm not too familiar on how to edit the .lin file in autocad. I want to make a fenceline linetype with a red line a black X. I'm not sure how to make multicolored.
  5. Hi all I've already looked in acad.lin and acadiso.lin but CONES isn't there. I've attached my file with CONES linetype. Any tips on how I can edit it and understand how it was made would be much appreciated? Guy AutoCAD 2008, Windows XP Professional cones.dwg
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