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  1. KrazyMann225

    Close without saving

    I wanted a command to close and not to save. I used the following code: (defun c:cln () ;Close No save (setvar "cmdecho" 0) (command "close" "No") (setvar "cmdecho" 1) ) But when I use it, it closes and saves.....help :S
  2. Hi, I need a small lisp that opens and closes a file for me in the background. Nothing needs to be done. In this lisp the file is opened but not closed. (defun c:open_close_explorer () (setq Path "Y:\\Folder\\Data\\Test.txt") (setq File (StartAPP "Explorer.Exe" Path)) (close File) (princ) ) Does anyone have an idea?
  3. This was working in Map 3D 2013... Basically, what I want to do is: open a dxf file copy it's database to a new dwg file close the dxf I modified the code a little bit to try and make it work with Map 2014, but without success. Here is my code now: // Open dxf DocumentDocument doc = AcadUtil.DocumentManager.Open(dxfFileName, false); // Lock Document so nothing interferes using (DocumentLock docLock = doc.LockDocument()) { [indent]// Save drawing as DWG file using (Transaction tr = doc.Database.TransactionManager.StartTransaction()​) { [/indent] [indent][indent]doc.Database.SaveAs(fileName + ".dwg", DwgVersion.Newest); tr.Commit(); [/indent] } [/indent]} // Set document active so we can close it if (Application.DocumentManager.MdiActiveDocument != doc) { [indent]Application.DocumentManager.MdiActiveDocument = doc; [/indent] } // Dispose db doc.Database.Dispose(); // Close document doc.CloseAndDiscard(); Code throws error on doc.CloseAndDiscard(); FatalExecutionEngineError was detected... I have tryed multiple different things, and now I don't know what to do to make this work. I read about system variable FIBERWORLD... It is set to 1. What am I doing wrong?? Thanks for your help.
  4. I'm using AutoCAD 2013. I'd still consider myself a novice at Autocad, but I've been using it since 2008....just for residential floor plans. Layout management has never really been a problem for me. I do not know what's going on today. Apparently it's not a common problem either. I'm hoping I'm just having a brain freeze kind of day. When I change the scale of my floor plan in the layout from 1/8"=1'0" to 3/32"=1'0", my doors "close." It's so strange. The swings disappear and all the doors, and cased openings are closed. I changed my Ltscale to 1, thinking that was the problem, but no. When I change the scale back to something larger, they come back! I have NO clue why this is happening. Thanks for any help.
  5. Hi CADmates, how is it possible to recognize an ellipse object is closed (i.e. full ellipse) or open (i.e ellipse arc)? Any reply appreciated.
  6. Hello CADTutor members, I found a code by Lee Mac to open a folder by AutoLISP here. The code follows: (defun MT-Explore (Directory / Shell result) (setq Shell (vla-getInterfaceObject (vlax-get-acad-object) "Shell.Application" ) ) (setq result (vl-catch-all-apply 'vlax-invoke (list Shell 'Explore Directory)) ) (vlax-release-object Shell) (not (vl-catch-all-error-p result)) ) Should anyone know how to close the opened folder?
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