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tmelancon posted a topic in AutoLISP, Visual LISP & DCLI have written a little small command to run revision cloud on last object (i.e. rectangle, pline, circle...etc) and it works fine but I was trying to figure out a way to run that custom command after drawing my rectangle or pline. Instead of having to type the shortcut immediately after, every time. Here is custom rev cloud command I am referring to, this one works flawlessly when run as a standalone after I finish drawing said object that it will be used on but I would like to combine.. see below: (DEFUN C:RCL () (COMMAND "REVCLOUD" "O" "L" "") (COMMAND "-INSERT" "REV-TRI" PAUSE "" ""
shailujp posted a topic in AutoLISP, Visual LISP & DCLHi to all, So, this is my lisp. It does the following: 1) Adds revision clouds to multiple entities 2) Adds Layer (or create if required and add properties) 3) Adds hatch 4) Inserts a block for leader and text (already formated) I have very limited knowledge of the lisp. As you can see I have copied few different codes and combined it to make it work for my application. It works but I know this is not systematic at all. I dont know if my error handeling is correct. One thing that I wish to add is if the revision cloud is too big or too small, it should allow to do that without
Hi there, I am making revision clouds on some record drawings. They come out all peachy, but when I save the file and reopen it, all of the wonderful little clouds change to jagged straight lines. Can anyone offer a solution? Thanks, Brian
Hi all I'm not sure if this is at all possible, but if you know either way, please provide insight! I wonder whether any of you have a LINETYPE you could share (preferably as a dwg, or alternatively share the code with me?). this would be more useful than a REVCLOUD element, as it would be not only faster to draw, but would also overcome SCALE problems. at the moment i have a plan drawing with some amended areas clouded. I also have detailed drawings (different scale, i.e. 1:50 instead of 1:500) of some particular/tricky areas, in which I also want to see these revclouds. At the moment all