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  1. Hello Guys, I have a doubt, someone knows if has some Lisp to get the last digits (specified - user input) of a dwg file name (in Windows explorer) and write it on a specific attribute name on a internal block. Eg.: I have a folder with 600 pages dwg files, so, the last numbers of it is a specific item to show the page number of that file, it's possible read these numbers and write in an attribute inside dwg to correct the page index.
  2. Hallo, Im working in AutoCad Map 3D 2012 under Windows 10. I have a problem with visiniti of the name file (and drawing path). It is visible only in with reduced window, in fullscreen regime it is invisible (the title bar is white). Thank you for help. Adam Examples: reduced window with the file name and path: C....situace.dwg
  3. For years I have named files using a hyphen, ie 12-3456-1 REV 0.dwg, but today I am not able to open or save files containing the hyphen. Get an error message of "invalid character in file name". I've renamed such a file with the hyphen removed and it could be opened, but not "saved as" with the desired file name using a hyphen. Also could not save using an underscore in place of the hyphen. I have not knowingly changed any system variables. These are files at work which are referenced and requested by both my company and its customers by existing file name, so renaming hundreds of files is not an option. Any suggestions on a fix for this? Any ideas would be greatly appreciated!
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