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  1. 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!
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