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  1. Hi All Im sitting with at little quistion, because I have alot of dwg's with different blocks in them. I now need to change one specific block with another block. Since I have around 100 drawings where I have to change the block then I was hoping that there would be an easy way so I don't have to go in manually in each dwg. Can you help me or give me some hints on how to do this? FYI: I can not change the old block in block editor because I still need it.
  2. Hey guys, The other day I switched machines at work, I am now using Windows & (64bit) with AutoCAD 2012 (+ ProSteel). Since making the leap... I have noticed that there is something (my guess is that a LISP routine is the culprit) is altering my DIMSCALE sysvar... setting it to 1. So... I'm just wondering if you guys have any suggestions on how I might be able to identify which routine might be guilty... Is there a way to see/track which routines are responsible for setting SYSVARs? Is it possible that my current DWG is inheriting the DIMSCALE value from any other blocks I insert? Or something more obscure? I look forward to hearing back, thanks a lot for any help.
  3. I click to edit the text on screen it will change it to another font. It's not doing this every time but pretty often. Anyone have any ideas?
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