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  1. When I try to insert my very basic block into a certain drawing, I get this message in the command line: Command: _insert Substituting [romans.shx] for [au102s01]. Substituting [romans.shx] for [205A1502.shx]. Substituting [romans.shx] for [205A1501.shx]. Substituting [romans.shx] for [205A1502.shx]. Substituting [romans.shx] for [205A1501.shx]. Substituting [romans.shx] for [205A1502.shx]. Substituting [romans.shx] for [205A1501.shx]. Substituting [romans.shx] for [205A1502.shx]. Substituting [romans.shx] for [205A1501.shx]. Substituting [romans.shx] for [205A1502.shx]. Substituting [romans.shx] for [205A1501.shx]. Substituting [romans.shx] for [205A1502.shx]. Substituting [romans.shx] for [205A1501.shx]. Substituting [romans.shx] for [205A1502.shx]. Substituting [romans.shx] for [205A1501.shx]. Substituting [romans.shx] for [205A1502.shx]. Substituting [romans.shx] for [205A1501.shx]. Substituting [romans.shx] for [205A1502.shx]. Substituting [romans.shx] for [205A1501.shx]. Substituting [romans.shx] for [205A1502.shx]. Substituting [romans.shx] for [205A1501.shx]. Substituting [romans.shx] for [205A1502.shx]. Substituting [romans.shx] for [205A1501.shx]. Substituting [romans.shx] for [205A1502.shx]. Substituting [romans.shx] for [205A1501.shx]. Substituting [romans.shx] for [au102s01]. Substituting [romans.shx] for [au102s01]. Substituting [romans.shx] for [HBOLD.SHX]. Substituting [romans.shx] for [au102s01]. Substituting [romans.shx] for [font31.shx]. Substituting [romans.shx] for [au102s01]. Specify insertion point or [basepoint/Scale/Rotate]: *Invalid* As far as I know, everything in the block is on Layer 0 and the two attribute tags are set to ROMANS font. I have no idea where all these shx files are coming from, except maybe they are already in the drawing I'm pasting into?
  2. Hi, i export from arcGIS server shape files, then i import them with object data using drawing layer and "use data field for layer name". I get layers created by "codes". After that i use LAYTRANS to translate layers to my own created layers. So my question - is there any way to automatically insert block by mouse click on point (block names and layer names are the same)? maybe a some king of lisp could do that? p.s. sorry for my English language...
  3. Does anybody have any idea if a lisp routine can be created so that if a block (detail .dwg) is inserted from a detail library that a hyperlink can be added to the block as it is being inserted so that the hyperlink can be used to later open the detail.dwg in it's remote location. We're looking to use extensive folders/sub-folders to organize our detail library and do not want to browse through many folders/sub folders when searching for the block in question. (Side note... We don't use xrefs to attach details to detail sheets as we like to edit attribute text within the block). Using Autocad Architecture 2014..... Many thanks for your help!
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