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  1. eimimitu

    vla-put-Normal

    this is probably super simple but can't find the answer: (setq apr (vlax-ename->vla-object (entlast)));#<VLA-OBJECT IAcadRegion 000002c2d9920cb8> (vla-put-Normal apr '(0.0 0.0 1.0)); error: ActiveX Server returned an error: Type mismatch (vla-Update apr)
  2. Hello, I currently use a routine that offsets a line in both directions based on a specified distance in the routine. After we run the command we usually have to select the two offset lines and put them on a specific layer, in this case "Structure". I am trying to just add to the routine so the offset lines are automatically put on that layer for us but for some reason when we run the routine its putting all 3 lines (the original, and the two offset lines) on that layer. Can someone review it over and respond. Thanks (defun C:OFF (/ pickEnt pickObj offDist) (vl-load-com) (setq offD
  3. I currently have a really really basic LISP routine. It was written to center a group of objects within a 12x9 drawing sheet (some people do not care whether their drawing is centered or not... pet peeve) ANYWAYS.. In a nutshell it prompts user to select objects using SSGET. Then asks the user for 2 points, which could be any two opposing points that encompass the outer most limits of the group of objects. After the SSGET and the 2 points have been established I have the routine moving the group based on center of 2 points to the center of the 12x9 drawing sheet. We draw in isometric
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