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  1. I remember coming across a function that would highlight or mark a specified drawing area. Kind of like what you get when the hatch command detects a gap in the boundry selected. Small red circles that remain until a regen or redraw. Did I imagine it or does such a function exist? I know it can be replicated by some sort of entmake or grvecs/grdraw combo... but like I mentioned I thought I remember seeing that exact function somewhere. Anyway thanks for your time.
  2. Dear folks, We all know that Revit has tagging capabilities and I know that AutoCAD can also do that with Lisp. Lets assume we have 5 different solid hatch each in different layers like: Layer Name - L1 Layer Name - L2 Layer Name - L3 Layer Name - L4 Layer Name - L5 I want to place a block named LNAME with an attribute and place them onto hatches and get the Object->Layer proporty in it. I attached the sample file. Thanks in advanced. MA LISP-TAGGING.dwg
  3. I am pretty keen to know if it is possible to change attribute tag names using lisp (or some other strategy). I have lots of different blocks, and they all have two attributes. The tag for attribute 1 is "X", with a value of "100" The tag for attribute 2 is "Y", with a value of "200" Is is possible to change all the blocks in the drawing, such that the attribute 1 tag is renamed from "X" to "A", and the attribute 2 tag is renamed from "Y" to "B". I would like, if possible, to preserve and leave unchanged the values associated with the respective attributes, and change only the tag. So basically, once the script is done, I will still have blocks with two attributes, one with the tag "A" and a value of "100", and another attribute with the tag "B" and the value of "200". To clarify; I'm not interested in replacing attribute values, but rather changing attribute tag names. Hope this is comprehensible to someone, and maybe even achievable.
  4. Hi all, I am newbie in Revit. I want to scale down the "room tag" (defined in original "M_Room Tag.rfa" or "Room Tag.rfa" files) to use it in some small areas. I know how to change the font size of labels, but I tried with no success to change the border of label. Who can help me? I appreciate any help or clues directing to solve the problem. P.S. I made a mistake typing "room tag" in title of thread, unable to correct it.
  5. Good morning, I have a piece of LISP that allows me to pick a block then pass the data into a new block's attributes, the problem is that when I run it in a script file it does not seem to pick the blocks using the coordinates given even though it does if it is manually typed in to test the function.... Is there someone that can show me what I need to change in the attached LISP to automatically fix the block data and not require the user to pick anything, just use the block names...? Thank you all very mush for helping. Copy Attributes to new blocks.lsp
  6. I need a lisp routing which does the following: -Pick a point -Draw a leader to a 2nd point -Draw a rectangle or preferable a box with rounded ends in which I can insert text -Maximum of 15 characters (based on current text settings) -Leader will go any direction depending on 2nd point, but text is always same orientation -Do a WIPEOUT behind text box It would also be nice if the text is editable. Allen Brier
  7. Is there any way to rename a tag without using battman? I need to replace some drawing borders and some of the attribute tags on the new border are named differently from the tags on the old border. I'd like to be able to use transparent commands to make a script file to do it automatically instead of calling up battman, clicking through and typing on every single one.
  8. I have hundreds of drawings with attributes that are duplicated. I can't go through each individual drawing, call up BATTMAN and delete them one by one. I need a way to automate the process. The duplicates always show up in EATTE and show up most of the time in BATTMAN. I need a lisp that will find and delete duplicates shown in RED while leaving the originals intact. Can anyone help?
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