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  1. I have multiple layout tabs in a single drawing. I want to add use-given prefix to them so when i use publish command, i can segregate them properly thru its prefix. I searched the forum and i cannot find anything. Can somebody help me?
  2. Hello Again I found this script that i wanna change because it does not work well when layouts are not "Layout 1", "Layout 2" , etc even for example if i already have the layouts numbered but have to create another one or simply re-arrange them (alert "Use at command line to execute program:\n\n numlay") (defun c:numlay (/ i) (vl-load-com) (setq i 0) (foreach x (layoutlist) (vla-put-name (vla-item (vla-get-layouts (vla-get-activedocument (vlax-get-acad-object)) ) x ) (strcat (itoa (setq i (1+ i)))) ) ) (princ) ) I wanna it to : 1) Auto
  3. Hello all. I have a routine that enters data labels in a drawing where the user would like them. It finds data in a file and inserts it based on the label number the user inputs. However, for the data labels that we enter that have no information, but the user still wants that label called out, it simply enters "#50.00-0.00". I was able to remove the "0.00" suffix because it was obvious in the code. But I would also like to remove ".00" immediately after the data label, and this isnt working out in my favor. The only thing that I would like displayed is "#50-". No decimals and no zeros. I
  4. Hi, Task 1: I need help on adding prefix to an attribute tag named ITEM_NUMBER but dont want to increment. Below is a code from Lee Mac that has prefix + increment and I tried to manipulate it but was unsuccessful. Could some one help me please? Also, prefix would change between different drawings. So, if its asks for prefix, would be great. Task #2 The ultimate goal is that once I add prefix to item number, I will copy this and modify to add prefix to BALIN tag (which is a balloon). This way I will have same prefix+number for the ITEM_NUMBER and BALIN tags. Task #3 Once this
  5. I've looked around and have found Suffix/Prefix routines for Text, Mtext and Attributes. I thought it would be easy to modify one of those to work with dimensions but easier said than done. I cannot figure it out. I was hoping one of these two routines would be easy to rework to work with dimensions. For this first one, I thought adding DIMENSION to the associative list would work but my understanding is limited evidently... My desire is to add a prefix/suffix to multiple dimensions. As far as dimensions are concerned does (0 . "DIMENSION") cover them all? (defun c:ftxt
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