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  1. luisfnunes

    Cross Section Lisp

    Hello.. I have this cross section lisp routine and i was hoping someone could help me change it a bit... What it actualy does is ask first where to plot the profile, start and end point of the section and then either you select a block with an attribute called ELEV or you have to pick a point and insert the elevation manualy.... What i would like it to be was... click point, either it's a block with attribute elev or pick a point and insert manualy elevation, and when i have all the points needed, ask where i want it drawn and voilá. Thanks in advance. QPROF.lsp
  2. Hello, how do I reduce the spacings shown as red lines in the pic?
  3. hello guy... im new here..i really need help to do cross section... hope some1 can tell me how to do cross section..
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