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Trai posted a topic in AutoLISP, Visual LISP & DCLHi all, Recently , I working with dimention for 3D object. i can dimmention it, however it will time to setup . I find an app in autodesk store that can help me, but now it Compatible with 2021 and lower version. So someone can help me a lisp can working with 2022 or higher. This is link app in autodesk store . https://apps.autodesk.com/ACD/en/Detail/Index?id=3107263986115458505&appLang=en&os=Win32_64 Thank you !
Hi boys and girls! I have a good one for you... I have a set of LISP routines (around 20 of them), which I use pretty much all the time. I used to autoload them into each drawing using either StartUp suit (if I was lazy), or by ACADDOC.lsp, if StartUp suit was glitching... Never had a problem. However, I've just had my CAD upgraded from 2011 to 2013, and SOME of my LISP files simply won't autoload, whatever I do! About half of them... I've tried StartUp suit. I've tried creating autoload functions within both ACADDOC.lsp and ACAD.lsp. I even tried to copy ALL codes from ALL files into a single file (ACADDOC)... Some of routines just won't autoload. I know that both ACAD.lsp and ACADDOC.lsp are loading within each drawing. I know that LISP files are not corrupt, because they load manually without a problem. It's just a pain to do it manually each time I open a drawing. The only reason I can think of that some of my routines have some old code, incompatible with 2013 release autoloading feature (strange!). It does my HEAD in! Any thoughts??? Thanks in advance!
Hello everyone, I'm new to the forum. At work here, we're creating thousands of parcels based on information from a county. For each city block, we have to enter a consecutive block number, and then each parcel has its own number. I was wondering if anyone knows of a lisp file that would work for this, where you could click in the box or something and it would number it starting with #1, then #2, etc.. on the current layer and text? Currently, I have to copy the text, move it over, double click, type 2, and repeat about 50,000 times.
It seems that I am .lsp illiterate, but hey, I'm trying to learn. Hopefully you can help me. I am looking for a piece of .lsp code that will allow me to go between layout tabs one at a time. The catch is that I need this to function like the keyboard stroke: Ctrl+Page Up or Ctrl+Page Down, where it simply jumps up/down one layout at a time, without needing to know the layout name. Extra credit: To have this function start with the first layout tab and progresses through to the last layout tab (say, 20 layout tabs) Does anyone know if this is possible? I will be performing other tasks for each "current" layout as they are active, so I imagine that I would simply repeat a piece of code after I inject my code for each layout. Again... trying to teach myself how to do this. Thanks in advance for your help.