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  1. So I have a 'bad' tendency to use the ESC key instead of the space bar to end a command. Now that I am starting to use reactors this will likely become a problem, and rather than changing my behavior I'd like to bend my program to my will. Currently one of my reactors changes the color of text in a dimension and the other strips xdata from copied geometry, except, of course, when I use the escape key -- even though the dimension text was modified or object copied. Can anyone recommend a work around? Should I call a different reactor event? These are the 2 relevant dimension modification functions (the copy functions are similar enough). (defun wp:dimtext:modify:callback (owner reactor params / data) (if (not (member (setq data (list owner reactor)) {wp:data})) (setq {wp:data} (cons data {wp:data})) ) (vlr-command-reactor (list wp:app) (list (cons :vlr-commandended 'wp:dimtext:modify) (cons :vlr-commandcancelled 'wp:dimtext:modify:commandcancelled) (cons :vlr-commandfailed 'wp:dimtext:modify:commandcancelled) ) ) (vlr-remove reactor) (princ) ) (defun wp:dimtext:modify:commandcancelled (reactor params / data) (vlr-remove reactor) (if (and (listp {wp:data}) (setq data (car {wp:data})) ) (vlr-add (cadr data)) ) (setq {wp:data} (cdr {wp:data})) (princ) )
  2. TS_69

    MTEDIT - ESC to Cancel

    Hi All - I'm a noobie to the forum, tho not CAD. Currently on AutoCAD 2014. When you use MTEDIT for the first time, and hit the "ESC" key, it asks if you want to save or discard changes. Well, on a new install, I accidentally hit "save" when I needed to "discard" as this is always the way I drop out of MTEDIT in order to discard any changes I made. Is there anyway to reset this? Or do I need a new install? Help please? TS
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