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lisp WATER PROFILE LISP --
FARES posted a topic in AutoLISP, Visual LISP & DCLHello to everyone. I have a file that can draw the longitudinal path of a water line, but it lacks some technical details, such as drawing the boundaries of the table beneath the chart and signing the depth calculated by the lisp as it is, rather than minus a distance estimated by the pipe's radius. Please seek assistance from people with relevant experience. Attachment: Assign Excel and Lisp next to a CAD file that almost has a work model with some notes. WATER PROFILE SPREADSHEET.xlsx TEST PROFILE NOT COMPLETING DRAWING BY LISP AND XLS.dwg WaterProfile.LSP
Can anyone help me to install the attached water tool software in autocad
samsudeenmanoos posted a topic in AutoLISP, Visual LISP & DCLTHE ATTACHED EXTERNAL WATER UTILITY SOFTWARE IS FOR AUTO-CAD BUT I TRIED TO INSTALL AND WORK WITH LATEST VERSION OF AUTO-CAD UNFORTUNATELY IT IS NOT SUPPORT WITH LATEST VERSION HOWEVER IT IS SUPPORTING WITH 2010 OR LOWER VERSION SO CAN ANY EXPERT HELP ME TO INSTALL IN NEW VERSION OF AUTO-CAD? I HAVE ATTACHED SOME TOOLS RELATED TO THE SOFTWARE HEREWITH MEANWHILE, I CAN NOT ATTACHED THE MAIN APPLICATION THROUGH THIS LINK DUE TO THE INSUFFICIENT SPACE HOWEVER TO GET MAIN SOFTWARE SEND A REQUEST TO THE EMAIL ID:email@example.com KM_WaterGIS_Specs_Template.zip
Autocad 2013 Materials: Pool of Liquid Enigma?!?
Ender posted a topic in AutoCAD 3D Modelling & RenderingHi, I'm an Autocad Architecture user (the 2013 student version) and I was wondering if someone can solve a mystery for me. In Acad's Material library there are some Water materials you can choose from such as Swamp, Swimming Pool, Tropical etc, but I can't figure out how they're supposed to be used to save my life. When I check the properties of water materials, in the little preview window they are applied to a "Pool of Liquid" geometry. Am I supposed to create that sort of geometry? How? I don't get it. It's embarrasing, really. Must be some little obvious thing i'm missing. I'd like to ask some of the more experienced people here to explain to me, if possible, how I'm supposed to work with these water materials. Thanks in advance!