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  1. Okay, so I know there are plenty of door tools out there, but none of them have so far done what I've wanted or look how I want them to. I need something that will allow me to choose a door opening, either by line selecting or choosing two points, and then decide the door swing and side of the line. Also, I need the lines to be essentially a quarter circle with a polyline drawn out to the quadrant. Simple single lines is all I need. Closest I got to this was creating a block and having it copy in to the base line and then pressing [tab] to change the swing and side. This was howev
  2. Hi guys, I wanna know if someone has a Lisp code to convert a simple table to a real table. The drawing shows a simgle table made by lines and texts. Thanks in Advance.
  3. Hello, I am hoping that someone can help me with creating a lisp routine that will search an open drawing for a specific layer, and if that layer doesn't exist within the drawing, then the lisp routine will create it (specifying a color, linetype, etc). Any help on this would be greatly appreciated.
  4. I have a routine that I've been using but I would like to modify it just a bit. The function is for creating Deed Sketches that allows the user to create a new layer and select a color. It works great but if you happen to exit the command, and need to start again, it still asks for a new layer. I would like to change the code to have the option to first, USE THE CURRENT LAYER. If not then I would have the option I already have, which is to create the new layer but then I need to, if that layer already exists, set it to current. Here is that portion of the code. I've tried tons of different way
  5. I'm quite new with the BOM thing with Autocad, though I have used xref a lot. Is there a way to create a BOM or at least a list/table of the xrefs I have attached to the drawing with the number of times used or occurrences in the drawing? The drawing I made have about 50+ xrefs and some of it is attached more than once, if i'm going to use the AMPARTREF, and made a reference on an xref, i have to input the quantity manually. Is there a way to automate this?
  6. It's about time I started using Dynamic Blocks but all the lititure I find for it makes what I guess is realitively easy into a mystery. If I have a new layer called "PL" and draw a rectangle with it and then do a solid fill also on layer PL and make it a block: How do I make the fill switchable between visible or not and choose it's colour? Add things like stretchable in certain directions etc. (Plan view of windows are a good example of when that is handy) If I can get these answers for a simple rectangle I should be able to fathom it out for more involved blocks.
  7. Hello all, I seem to be having a lot of trouble creating a linetype i just received on a set of drawings. its a thick line that thins out and back to thick kind of like long arrowheads back to back. Any idea how i could get that going on cad 2002? i've fooled around with the .lin file with no success. Thanks Matt
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