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  1. I Have lisp for placing slope and arrow with polyline and i want enhance this to what i need mention in my drawing file..so i have attached lisp & sample drawing file . and also want to enhance lisp for select all polyline at once, currently lisp select on object at once. thanks. Slope.lsp SLOPE SAMPLE.dwg
  2. I am looking for a routine to automate what we already do. We have a routine that currently when we run the command it ask for "Select location on pipe" which then user selects a point where they want the leader to start. After selecting the initial point the user then selects the "landing" point- the point where the number on a specific layer will appear. It then asks the user to enter the number for point they are referencing. Once the user hits "1" then "enter". It automatically puts in that number on the layer specified in the code with a prefix(#) and a suffix (-). This gets the job done.. However, I am curious to see if there is a way we can automate the numbering some way so that maybe when the user starts the command it prompts [specify Starting Reference Point Number] so if the user wants to start with #44, he/she enters #44 then can begin putting in these points and it populate the numbers automatically instead of the user having to RERUN the command separately, having to specify the number then hit enter everytime. Basically identical to Lee Macs Incremental Numbering Suite but with the option to pull leaders. Just seeing if there is anything out there I can use? Thanks in advance.
  3. I have this macro (from Somewhere) to increment numbers on each click. I would like it to set to object snap Near before i click so it will just snap the number to the nearest thing i click. *^C^C_text;\;$M=$(+,$(getvar,USERI1),1);setvar;USERI1;$M=$(+,$(getvar,USERI1),1); Also is there anyway to change this so the text is rotated 90deg? As a separate macro. Any help greatly appreciated. Thanks in Advance.
  4. Hello Everyone! As my first post I'm going to give a doozy. I've searched and searched, but can't find a lisp or info that helps me with my problem. Maybe I can find some help here - even though I've already turned grey, I'd still appreciate it. So, here we go... I insert attributed blocks into my drawings that list part number, model number, etc. Along with these attributes, there's another tag that is an incremental number (used in our Bill of Materials). If there are two identical parts (i.e., same model number), the incremental number needs to be the same; if the parts are different, the next sequential number needs to be used. Doing this by hand is not only time-consuming, but tends to be extraordinarily erroneous. So I'm looking to make a lisp routine that I can run to auto-number these blocks. I'm thinking that I can insert my blocks (or re-use them, copy, etc.) without too much concern over the number tag, then run the lisp at the end to give the numbers to each unique block. It'd be nice if any numbers already there could stay the same (we re-use drawings all the time). Block: BOMTAG Tags: ITEM (Increment Number) MODEL (Model Number) PART (Part Number) I don't know a ton of lisp, so I don't know that I can make it on my own, but maybe a nudge in the right direction could keep me from wasting a bunch of time. Any ideas? Make a list of blocks, do something with them, give if-then statements, re-number if needed, move to next block. Easy to type, hard to program. Free rendering to anyone who gets the winning code. Thanks so much, I appreciate any help. -stu
  5. I am newbee in this field.I want to learn Auto Cad Architectural for designining 3D building structure. Which software i should download which is available free on autodesk. I am using 4GB ram windows vista with 350gb space. Pl let me know if more info is required about my laptop. Which forum should i start to read and follow for practice.
  6. Hey all, i was wondering if it is possible to automatically add letters/numbers after i type something? Say I have a table full of cups, i count these cups and i find i have 9. "9 cups" is what i want to see after i type "9" and hit 'Enter' Because "9" is shorter in horizontal length than "10" i want this text to automattically add itself in after ive typed in my information, otherwise i could have had another line of text placed after it, but because the infomation changes in horizontal length, it is easier to automatically fill in another word following.. I hope this is easy enough to understand, please if you have ANY ideas, please mention them!
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