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  1. Hello, I have just stepped into .Net and I am currently having difficulty determining the point I have just chosen on the Object (here is the circle) I have read this post and I use the class DisplacementJig to move the circle: https://www.keanw.com/2013/12/moving-text-in-an-autocad-block-using-net-part-2.html the problem is that when I select the circle, the point I just selected [Promptpoint.Pickedpoint ] is not on the circle. so when I move the circle I won't get to the point I want Can you guide me further? thank you very much.
  2. Hi all, I am new to the forum in being an actual member, but have referenced these threads for quite a while when google searching for a specific need. However, my most recent search has drawn very little help and nothing specific to what I am desiring for my CAD needs. There is something similar in these threads, but the lisp given doesn't work specific to what I am hoping to achieve. If there is another lisp routine, I haven't found it. I am needing to "explode" (so to speak) multiple objects away from a center point, so that I can dimension each individual object separately because of the complexity of the design. I am attaching a snippit of the original design and then an idea of what I am trying to achieve (although all objects not moved for reference). If anyone has a solution for this, I would be more than grateful. I am using AutoCAD 2017, but new to this version. Previous v2014. Been using AC since v2006.
  3. OK, I know I have changed some setting, but I don't know what. When you select an entity to move it or copy it, there is supposed to be a shadow of the object which follows the cursor - so you can see where you're putting it. Somehow I have lost the "shadow." I can still copy or move, but I feel as if I have blinders on. Help!
  4. I'm playing around with 2013 (full version) and when I select MOVE (ribbon or "M") the object, as well as everything that it's connected to moves....?? Could someone tell me how to modify this? I can't figure it out! I just want the object I've selected to move! I'm also on an iMac...........
  5. Hi peoples, I've got a new challenge: Is there a Lisp that moves selected objects to an exisitng, specified layer? I want to be able to select objects on the screen, type in a short command, and they automatically go to a certain layer (let's call it "Layer 1"). Having looked everywhere on the net, I can't find anything similar, and I don't know enough AutoLISP to be able to write it myself... Thank you in advance! Dan
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