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Lisp to select all Leaders by Type
MudawarCad posted a topic in AutoLISP, Visual LISP & DCLDear all, I'm looking for a simple lisp (probably vlisp) routine that can select all leaders of the same type (e.g dot). In other words, i only want to select the dot leaders of all my leaders in the drawing file. Should look something like this: (ssget "x" ("leader")) and ('leadertype 3) Thanks
mirror text set to 0 but still mirroring text justification
kizaerf posted a topic in AutoCAD Drawing Management & OutputI have mirrtext set to '0' so it doesn't mirror the text (which i want, so that's great) however, it does mirror the text justification which drives me nuts. is there a way to fix it so it doesn't change the text formatting at all? please see images. one is non mirrored and you can see the blue grips indicating the change in justification from the left to the right. oops, the first one is after it was mirrored and the second one is pre mirror
Sort by Type - prioritize .dwg files above .bak files
bchou posted a topic in CAD Managementhi all, bumped into an issue that i couldn't find a solution to, thought i'd pick some of your brains. I recently reformated my workstation and upgraded to autocad 2013. after such, i have noticed my drawing folders are prioritizing cad files to a not-so-efficient way, unlike before. please help or shed any light on how i could fix this issue. current: .bak .dwg prefered organization: .dwg .bak (both sorted by type:acending) before my dwg files are always above my bak files. it is very tidious and annoying to scroll all the way to the bottom of a folder to select my dwg files when there are multiple versions of bak files in the folder.
What is wrong with this code? (; error: bad argument type: stringp)
Perifanos posted a topic in AutoLISP, Visual LISP & DCL(defun C:Heatest() (Princ "Define Area:") (Command "area") (while (= 1 (getvar "cmdactive")) (command pause) ) (setq A (getvar "area")) (princ A) )
bad argument type: numberp:
clint0577 posted a topic in AutoLISP, Visual LISP & DCLWhy is this not working? I tried serching for the answer online but I didn't find anything that helped. When I run the lisp routine, it gives me this "bad argument type: numberp: "30"" the 30 is the user entered Original Scale. ; CORRECT SCALE OF OBJECT (DEFUN C:FXS () (setq DS (getvar 'dimscale)) (setq OS (getstring "\nOriginal Scale: ")) (PROMPT "\nPick object to SCALE : ") (setq A (ssget)) (setq DST (rtos DS 2 4)) (setq OST (rtos OS 2 4)) (SETQ SF (/ DST OST)) (COMMAND "scale" A "" PAUSE SF) (princ) )
Autocad lt 2013 - Line type Help
boxel0 posted a topic in AutoCAD 2D Drafting, Object Properties & Interface
What's wrong with this HIDDEN linetype?
lamensterms posted a topic in AutoCAD 2D Drafting, Object Properties & InterfaceHey guys, I've been running both AutoCAD 2009 and 2010 for the last year almost - and I had noticed that the linetypes (specifically HIDDEN) are displayed differently in each version. The linetypes are not symmetrical in 2010. Please see attached image and .DWG for examples. http://dl.dropbox.com/u/69601613/LINE.dwg Does anyone know what controls this? Or how i can fix it? Thanks for any help.