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  1. Hi everyone, I'm new to using macros/lisps in AutoCAD, though I do have a small programming background in some other programs. To give you some background on what I'm trying to do: I have a big .dwg file that shows all of the roads in a particular city in the USA, and I have created views of all of the intersections that have crosswalks. All of these intersections have their own intersection IDs, which have a format such as BRI1, BRI2A, BRI3B, BRI4, BRI5, etc. I have already created all of the views from these intersections (of which there are over 100), and now, in the same .dwg, I am trying to quickly create layouts from a template that show only one view each. I have a .dwt set up for this, and the name of the layout for this template is EB124. I am having no trouble creating these layouts individually, but as there are over 100 in this particular section of the city, I want to be able to quickly create the layouts and then move onto the next section. Here are the commands that I used to try to create a macro for this using the Action Recorder: -layout > t > [select template from file] > EB124 -layout > set > EB124 -layout > rename > EB124 > [ASK FOR USER INPUT] [select the viewport in the new layout and unlock the display] MSPACE -view > restore > [ASK FOR USER INPUT] PSPACE [select the viewport and lock the display] When I do these all while recording the macro, it works perfectly. However, when I try to play the resulting macro, it works like a charm until it seems like the macro doesn't actually execute the MSPACE command? So I am in paperspace when it executes the -view>restore portion, which then seems to delete the xref that contains the titleblock? I have tried using REA afterward in case the xref is just not showing up, but it looks like it is instead replaced by a polyline, which seems bizarre to me. I also tried executing the -view>restore command while in paperspace outside of the macro to try to replicate the problem, and it results in the same problem. I have attached screenshots of the action recorder commands (because I don't think I can attach the .actm file?) as well as screenshots of what correct results and actual results look like. Note that the views in the "correct" vs "incorrect" results are different, and this is OK. Unfortunately due to confidentiality, I cannot actually attach the .dwg file. I also figure that there is an easier way to do this using lisps, but I just don't even know where to start... Thanks in advance for any help!
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