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  1. Hey guys, So, is it possible to have a lisp that automatically labels a block based on an attribute? Ideally, it would also be a field so that if the attribute changed, the mulitleader text would as well. For example, let's say I have a dynamic block for an Oak Tree, which has three sizes: 2", 3", & 4". It'd be great if I could run a LISP that would create a multileader that read " 2"-Oak Tree ". It'd be doubly great if the 2" part of that was a field that updated if the dynamic block was changed to its 4" state. For reference, this wonderful Lee Mac LISP is what I currently use for my labeling and it's brilliant. Ideally, I'll end up combining the attribute/field labeling component with this lisp somehow. Lastly, I'm not great at all with writing LISPs, but I'd like to figure out how this one would work so that I can modify it as need be on my own. Thanks for any help!
  2. Hey guys! So the amazing Lee Mac wrote two different versions of a LISP based on a request I posted. Workflow demands have changed and now I need to modify the lisp to be somewhere in between the two versions. Version 1 & Version 2. For the combo lisp, I need: The block multileader to populate from the block's description, rather than name (like it does in Version 1). If there is no description, then the contents should default on block name (not from either version, but it would be helpful. I'm not sure how tricky it would be to code) The block multileader to automatically start at the block's insertion point (like it does in Version 2). The hatch multileader component is perfect in both versions (pulling the name and prompting for first click as insertion point) I tried fiddling around with it, but am too much of a noob to really make heads or tails of what's going on between the two versions (to my amateur eyes, the methods used between the two are too different for me to reconcile). Thanks for any help!
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