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  1. Hello! I often need to count areas with hatches, using the cumulative area property. And many times, we get bad hatches without area, needing to painstakingly go one by one finding the bad hatch to fix it, sometimes repeating for multiple hatches I tried to find a LISP routine for that without sucess, so i made my own and i'd like to share It loops over the selected hatches, accumulating the bad ones on an empty selection set, highlighting it afterwards. The only little thing bothering me is the (sssetfirst nil serr) function, that highlights the set, sometimes it need an extra click on the screen to show the grips, i tried putting a (command "_REGEN") and (princ) after, without much sucess. I hope it's useful! findBadHatches.lsp
  2. I am a new user of AUTOCAD 17. Hatches are not working on my drawings.
  3. I am working on a drawing (not originally created by me) and cannot create any hatches at all. If I make a closed shape, select Hatch, and select an interior point, nothing at all happens. No hatch is created, no error messages are generated. The command simply appears to finish as normal but doesn't actually create anything. Any suggestions?
  4. Hello, I've recently started working with a colleague who uses Microstation. Since importing .dgn files into AutoCAD, my list of hatches seems to have increased exponentially, with many of the new hatches being similar in appearance and having names prefixed '_dgn'. I'm now finding that scrolling through the list causes my computer to crash. Even when starting a new drawing, these hatches are on the list, and the purge command does not have 'hatches' on the list. Does anybody know how I can manage these hatches? Much appreciated.
  5. JCcad

    How to load Hatches

    .Can anyone Please let me know how add the hatches back in the AutoCAD 2004 When I enter the Hatch command I get the following message. Command: h HATCH Enter a pattern name or [?/Solid/User defined] : *Cancel* Then the program closest by itself, any help on how to solve this. Thank you!
  6. Hey, I have a hatch (ANSI31) enclosed by a closed polyline. Whenever I change the hatch from ANSI31 to GRAVEL some of the hatch shows up outside the boundary. The Polyline consists of both arcs and line segments, and the hatching errors are occurring within the radius of the arc segments. Changing it from Associative to Non Associative makes no change. I am using AutoCAD 2011.
  7. Hi folks. I'm a programmer, new to this forum, and have not had much experience using AutoCAD. One of my friends has written some hatches for AutoCAD and is interested in selling them.He asked me if that's possible to deploy the hatches without letting the end user access the source (at least not in plain text). As far as I could find out, AutoCAD saves the hatches in a .ptn file in plain text. Is there anyway that I can alter the way AutoCAD accesses custom user hatches and at least make it not very accessible for his customers? Thanks in advance.
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