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  1. Hello guys, anyone knows if there is a lisp that copies a line or polyline length automatically to clipboard after selecting it? I have A LOT of polylines and I have to insert their lengths into a table, it's a bit of a pain in the ass having to write every single length, just select paste select paste seems faster right? :) Thx.
  2. Let's say I have 6 objects selected. Is there a lisp I can run that will copy "6" to the clipboard? This is part of how I count/label blocks and I'd like to reduce human error where possible. And before anyone asks why I don't use block count, just trust that my method works better for me. Thanks!
  3. For some reason in ACAD2011 they moved Copy w/base Point and Paste to the Clipboard sub menu. I'd like to move it so it doesn't take 2 picks. Can someone point me to the file where that is located? What is the file name and where is it located? Used to be easy just editing the acad.mnu file. Please help!! Thx!
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