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  1. new to the dialog boxes. Been trying a routine and failing. Can't figure out why. The routine opens the dialog, which should allow me to pick 1 out of 3 blocks to instert and to define the scale of the block, text to be inputed, and the text style to be used. The idea was planed to first define defaults for the dialog. Once the dialog is opened I could change or except the defaults. It should then insert the selected block and print the text. If the lisp file is executed a second time it should use the last values used as the defaults. So far all I can do is call up the dialog box, change my inputs or leave them as default, but once I select OK autocad locks up. here are the files: tree.dcl tree.lsp as a note, tree.lsp file in in c:/program files/autocad.../lispfile folder, which is called to in autocad. it is where all my lisp files are stored and autoloaded from. and the tree.dcl file is in the Express folder. I originally saved it in the Lispfile folder, but for some reason it would not load from there, but did load once I saved it to the Express folder. But now it crashed all the time. I even tried putting tree.lsp file in the Express folder, but did not change the results. Still crashed.
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