Jump to content

Search the Community

Showing results for tags 'lisp edit'.

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


  • CADTutor
    • News, Announcements & FAQ
    • Feedback
  • AutoCAD
    • AutoCAD Beginners' Area
    • AutoCAD 2D Drafting, Object Properties & Interface
    • AutoCAD Drawing Management & Output
    • AutoCAD 3D Modelling & Rendering
    • AutoCAD Vertical Products
    • AutoCAD LT
    • CAD Management
    • AutoCAD Bugs, Error Messages & Quirks
    • AutoCAD General
    • AutoCAD Blogs
  • AutoCAD Customization
    • The CUI, Hatches, Linetypes, Scripts & Macros
    • AutoLISP, Visual LISP & DCL
    • .NET, ObjectARX & VBA
    • Application Beta Testing
    • Application Archive
  • Other Autodesk Products
    • Autodesk 3ds Max
    • Autodesk Revit
    • Autodesk Inventor
    • Autodesk Software General
  • Other CAD Products
    • BricsCAD
    • SketchUp
    • Rhino
    • SolidWorks
    • MicroStation
    • Design Software
    • Catch All
  • Resources
    • Tutorials & Tips'n'Tricks
    • AutoCAD Museum
    • Blocks, Images, Models & Materials
    • Useful Links
  • Community
    • Introduce Yourself
    • Showcase
    • Work In Progress
    • Jobs & Training
    • Chat
    • Competitions


  • Programs and Scripts
  • 2D AutoCAD Blocks
  • 3D AutoCAD Blocks
  • Images
    • Backgrounds

Find results in...

Find results that contain...

Date Created

  • Start


Last Updated

  • Start


Filter by number of...

Found 4 results

  1. Dears, May anyone help me in modifying the lisp attached... the lisp attached deduce the invert level based on 01- Pipe Start Elevation 02- Pipe Slope 03- Flow direction and the final result is as shown on the image shown below What I need is to put the absolute elevation on the form "IL.0.0000MM" & add another two text captions the relative elevation"IL.-0.0000FFL" & Pipe type and size"(WP/SP/RWP0000MM" the inputs are 1- FFl Reference Level where "IL.-0.0000FFL" will be a result of [ absolute level - relative level ] 2-
  2. Hi. I have a lisp routine that I use all the time but I'm wondering if someone could please tell me how the routine sets the following variables: 1. The number of decimal places (precision) that the distance displays at. It currently displays it to 2 decimal places, I'd like to have 3 eg. 0.000 2. The text offset distance from the line. Thank you all in advance! (defun get_endpts (/ a b) (COMMAND "OSNAP" "ENDP") (setq a (getpoint "\nEnter first point: ")) (setq b (getpoint "\nEnter second point: ")) (COMMAND "OSNAP" "NONE")
  3. I was asked to help figure out why a certain lisp routine which worked with Autocad 2014 doesn't work with AutoCAD MEP 2015. Although I don't know much about Autolisp, I thought I'd give it a try, but I've gotten to a stopping point and cannot get past it. I am posting the lisp routine along with some associated dwgs and a screen capture of what it's supposed to look like when it does work in hopes that someone can assist with this. Your help is greatly appreciated. dflex.lsp FlexDuct.dwg FlexDrop.dwg
  4. Hi All, I'm hoping to get some help in editing a LISP routine please. I have a LISP created by Charles Darling http://www.gilesdarling.me.uk/lisproutines.shtml which i'm hoping to get some assistance editing slightly to suit my needs better. I have a cable route which I am trying to create KP (Kilometer Post) flags along. the chainage lisp allows me to do this, but is limited to a point. The current lisp creates markers at a user specified distance, but only plots the units as meters 700.000. Ideally i'd like to turn the markers into kilometers i.e. 4.5etc. please see attache
  • Create New...