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  1. Experts, Since I'm a n00b to LiSP, I have been doing research to try and piece together some LiSP to help me with this seemingly tedious task/ritual that I endure daily. Lee Mac posted a reply on another Thread (Rotate multiple blocks around their individual origin point) and it works to an extent, rotates the individual block but it's not everything I need. and please offer any advice on how best to achieve this using using LiSP. I have attached my Dynamic Block should you need it for testing. Brief explanation: I have several dynamic blocks that I created in 3D and was forced to lay them down on the Y-axis in order to get the stretch function to work on the Z-axis. My sequence on inserting the dynamic blocks is to insert my block, select the block, click on the top left corner of my viewcube, using the isometric view I am now able to utilize the 3Drotate command and rotate the block about the insertion point on the X-axis 90 degrees -- doing so now brings my block to the correct orientation to use in my 3D modeling of metal stud framing members, however, now I must rotate the blocks using world ucs (X,Y) about the Z-axis to align with the Architectural floorplan. door.dwg
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