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  1. How can I return the osmode to user's previous mode after running any of my lisp? Could you please help? Thanks
  2. Sambuddy

    Menu update

    I am trying to load this menu using this code: (do not laugh if it looks dumb)! (defun c:MENLD (/ f) (if (setq f (getfiled "V:\\SALLE A DESSIN\\SAM - OUTILS XLS DWG\\3-LSP XLS\\MENU\\TOWER.cuix")) (progn (setvar 'filedia 0) ;(command "_.menuunload" (vl-filename-base f)) (command "_.menuload" f) (setvar 'filedia 1) ) (print "TOWER.cuix found...") ) (princ) ) The reason I wanted to do this was to update my menu each time someone changes something - But I think I am super beginner. is there a way to update
  3. Please see below the lisp I have been using to align blocks I had referencing a line. On the snapshot above, as can be seen, the block (customized text leader block) my reference block is at the tip of the leader and not as i prefer (Position2) on this specific block. Can someonw let me know how I can manipulate this lisp so it would take Position2 as a point to align and not 0,0 "Position". The reason for doing this is the leader pointer can be dragged but I would like the alignment to happen on that fixed "Position2". This lisp works well with my other blocks I need to align due to the
  4. Hello every one... Sorry if i have posted in wrong forum. I am quite new to this forum. I have searched these forums for this code but i was not able to find it. I am working with this daily routine of copying a block or some lines or plines to multiple co-ordinates and i am tired of it. Here is the routine that i follow. 1) copy (a set of lines) and specify a base point (usually a center). 2) pasteclip and enter coordinates manually at the prompt (specify insertion point). 3) pasteclip and enter coordinates manually again and again. All I want to do is to copy the
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