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I want to create a polyline with pl command between points from 2 different layers. Sorry for the low-quality photo. Is there an easy way to create a LISP bc there are thousands of points I need to do manually? Any help would be appreciated.
SAFeSTeR posted a topic in AutoCAD 2D Drafting, Object Properties & InterfaceHi, I've always used polar tracking instead of ortho mode where possible, but just recently I've noticed that it seems to be a bit 'off' when drawing verticle lines. I first noticed this issue a few days ago when I offset a horizontal line but the extreme right verticle line would not trim. When I zoomed right in, the lines were not touching. I made a few tests by drawing 6 verticle lines, 2 each at 1000, 2000 and 3000 units in length, using polar tracking of course. I looked at the co-ordinates of all the lines vertices and the X values did not match, indicating a diagonal line, albei
I started developing a lisp that will check all the polylines in a drawing for either the x or the y coordinate to be equal and change the color of each polyline that does not meet the criteria to red from "bylayer". I am having trouble with looping through each object sequentially and also the loop comparison of each vertex within the current object. Where I am trying to get to again is to check that all polylines within an architectural type of drawing are square and to alert which ones are not. I'm not a lisp expert so bear with me. If you want to correct my syntax great, or tut