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Hello everyone, I'm writing because I need to disable the dynamic input in AutoCAD. It's irritating to me, because I'm more used to a much older version of AutoCAD. I just found this forum while searching through the internet and this is my first post here. Upon searching through the internet I found a thread here that says that I have to set DYNMODE to "0" to turn off the dynamic input. Alas, I have no clue as to at which subfolder of the registry this variable should be. Could anyone help please? Thank you all for your time.
Ahankhah posted a topic in AutoLISP, Visual LISP & DCLHi All, as most of you know, (vl-registry-read) is a good function to get data out of windows registry. It works nice for string and decimal number data, but not works correct for hexadecimal (or binary) data. For example, if you issue this: (vl-registry-read "[b]HKEY_CURRENT_USER\\Software\\Microsoft\\Windows\\CurrentVersion\\Explorer\\RecentDocs[/b]" "[b]MRUListEx[/b]") you will find '(3) or something similar as the result, but the data exported by Windows "REGEDIT" command on my PC is as seen below: How is it possible to get hexadecimal (binary) data from registry. (In the following step, I guess I can convert binary data to strings.) Any help, clues or suggestions are greatly appreciated.
Blam posted a topic in AutoCAD 2D Drafting, Object Properties & InterfaceDoes anyone know where the Autostack and Stack Properties are saved? Would it be in the registry or in the drawing? I'm referring to the settings that control how a fraction is displayed. The Autostack Properties control the automatic stackting and display of typed fractions in mtext. The Stack properties seemed to be saved for individual fractions typed. The reason I ask is how does one make it consistent for standards? Can you save the Autostack properties in a template? What about dimensions?