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  1. Hi, I recently added some custom scales to my scale list and these now appear when I use the reset function during the SCALELISTEDIT command. Great! However, I have since created some more custom scales yet these do not appear when resetting the list How do I add new custom scales to the list as default? By the way, I have no idea how the previous custom scales were added to the default list, seems to me that AutoCAD did it by itself...
  2. Born and raised in the States, and having worked for decades as a carpenter, I am quite familiar with the Imperial system of measurement. I remember hearing in elementary school in the fifties that we would soon be switching to Metric, yeah right. After almost 20 years living on the other side of the pond, and having become fluent in Metric units, I now find having to deal with fractional conversions beyond tedious. Occasionally one of my coworkers will supply me with a 3D Model for detailing, which has erroneously been created on an Imperial template, it makes me nuts. I routinely vet inc
  3. If I used millimeters as my UNITS, how can I scale them when plotting it into A1 or A0? How will I know the scale that I will use in Layout tab so that it will fit on the paper that I will used?a
  4. Hi Guys, I am writing a program for adding scale lists in AutoCAD 2010. This is where I am; (defun AddMetersScales() (command "-SCALELISTEDIT" "ADD" "1:5000 (Meters)" "0.2:1" "Exit") (command "-SCALELISTEDIT" "ADD" "1:3000 (Meters)" "0.3333:1" "EXIT") (command "-SCALELISTEDIT" "ADD" "1:2000 (Meters)" "0.5:1" "EXIT") (command "-SCALELISTEDIT" "ADD" "1:1000 (Meters)" "1:1" "EXIT") (command "-SCALELISTEDIT" "ADD" "1:500 (Meters)" "2:1 " "EXIT") (command "-SCALELISTEDIT" "ADD" "1:400 (Meters)" "2.5:1" "EXIT") (command "-SCALELISTEDIT" "ADD" "1:300 (Meters)" "3.333:1" "EXIT") (comman
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