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  1. Hi drafters, hope you can help me with that one. It's a question concerning Autocad but also sketchup. When I export a 3D model to dwg, and I open it with autocad, I notice that sketchup (or acad) have created an attribut for every group in the model. So I can see little text everywhere saying GROUP #345, GROUP#267.. etc. Doesn't seems to do it with component, only with groups. This is a bit annoying. Mostly when you have a lot of blocs, into blocs, into blocs... I struggled in cad to find a LISP able to delete all nested attribut. I found a few. Mostly by using ATTOUT and ATTIN command but so far... no success. Most of LISP (like attdel.lsp) give me error message. And when I try removing the attribut in the bloc. Cad can't find it... even with QSEL. The only tric I found is to rename the attribut with a space, so nothing is shown in the drawing. But this is only a bandaid... not a real fix! Any idea!
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