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jlobo posted a topic in AutoCAD GeneralI need to update the tag, prompt, value tab in the current block attribute. I can change the tag and the value tab but not the prompt. Any help will be appreciated. The approach am taking is; AcDbDatabase *dwgDb; AcDbBlockTable *pBlockTbl; AcDbBlockTableRecord *pModelSpaceTblRcd; AcDbBlockTableRecordIterator *pModelSpaceItr; AcDbEntity *pEntity; AcDbBlockReference *pBlockRef; AcDbAttribute *pAttribute; AcDbObjectIterator *pAttrItr; AcDbObject *pObject; TCHAR tagBuffer[sINGLE_LINE_INPUT_LENGTH_SHORT]; // Prepare attribute l
I have few .arx applications for AutoCAD. In these applications few are menu based and others are command line. Now what I am trying to do is, Load the .arx app, run it and then unload it once the .arx application runs through a LISP command. .arx applications run once the user clicks on the tabs that are provided. .arx applications are written in VC++. Now I have a lisp file, which gets loaded once the user starts AutoCAD. In the lisp files I have declared these functions for various .arx applications; (defun c:XYZ_program() (command) (command) (arxload "C:/ABC/XYZ.arx") (comman
jamesfui posted a topic in AutoLISP, Visual LISP & DCLhi.. need help on creating lsp that can: > load & unload *.arx file which is located on specified folder! example; ``````` [size=2](defun c:arxload()[/size] [size=2](command "load" "[/size][size=2]c:\documents & settings\user\addons\mditab17.arx[/size][size=2]")(princ))[/size] [size=2](defun c:arxunload()[/size] [size=2](command "unload" "[/size][size=2]c:\documents & settings\user\addons\mditab17.arx[/size][size=2]")(princ))[/size] thanks
I have been trying to figure this out for a couple of days now. The only thing I could find is this LISP that takes the Ellipse properties and uses them to creat an arc. When I use this, the start and end angles are not correct in the drawing. Ellipses must have been drawn in a different UCS). I have tried to get the LISP to use the start and end points of the ellipse along with the radius and center point. For the life of me I cannot figure it out. If anyone knows how to do this please let me know. *NOTE* Elllipses that I am trying to convert have the same minor and major radii.