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tmelancon posted a topic in AutoLISP, Visual LISP & DCLI really need a lisp to find the ends of the lines then offset from those ends by [.25] and insert a solid "donut" at the ends of a line or multiple lines. I have the donut lisp we are currently using as well as another lisp I found on the web that is verrrrrry close to what I am needing. See below for the lisp and pics of what the current code does and what I am looking for. THANKS IN ADVANCE to everyone in the forums, your help is greatly appreciated! Here is the Solid Donut command I use. We call them bb's. (defun c:bb () (command "donut" "0" ".0670")(PRINC)) Here is the lisp I found that is sort of close. Courtesy of KENT1COOPER via AutoDesk Forums: (DEFUN C:CMARK (/ CRAD SS LN) (SETQ CRAD 0.0335) (SETQ SS (SSGET "X" '((0 . "LINE")))) (REPEAT (SSLENGTH SS) (SETQ LN (ENTGET (SSNAME SS 0))) (ENTMAKE (LIST '(0 . "CIRCLE") (ASSOC 10 LN) (CONS 40 CRAD) ) ) (ENTMAKE (LIST '(0 . "CIRCLE") (CONS 10 (CDR (ASSOC 11 LN))) (CONS 40 CRAD) ) ) (SSDEL (SSNAME SS 0) SS) ) ) current routine: new routine: (what I would like to try and get it to do)