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  1. I am making a free topo tool that makes use of Mapsui maps ( https://github.com/Mapsui/Mapsui ) that reads and manipulates shape and KMZ files and then inserts them in model space already projected. The problem is that it doesn't show the map inside the window, I don't know if I have to do it asynchronous, with threads or I need to give it permission for external connections. I had already been able to display Arcgis Runtime maps but they were only displayed in AutoCAD 2020 and 2021, so I decided to use MapSui but the result was worse. I am using the Autoloader (.bundle) structure to run the command, in that same folder I put all the necessary files for the map to work, but still it doesn't do it, it doesn't even give error. Does anyone know why this happens? or do you have any alternative for the map, it should be noted that I do not want to use the map that brings autocad because it is only available in the 2015 version onwards and I need it from 2013 and its projection systems are limited to UTM. Technologies: C# WPF Visual studio 2019 Autocad dll base 2013 Mapsui If you want me to pass you the project or .bundle folder, please comment
  2. I would like to have a MainWindow open as modeless so it can stay open, but calling the command again results in multiple modeless windows. How can I check if the MainWindow is already open to prevent multiples? <CommandMethod("BatchProcess")> Public Sub cmdBatchProcess() Dim winBatPro As New MainWindow Application.ShowModelessWindow(winBatPro) End Sub
  3. Hi community, my job is to make an editor for blocks in C#. There should be a WPF-window were the user can see a list of blocks. He selects one and than he should see an overview about block attributes like insertionpoint, basepoint, rotation and scaling and he should be able to edit these attributes in this form. I know how i can populate a list of block names, but I fail at finding an opportunity to edit these attributes. I get the blocktablerecords, but then? I am very, very new to Autocad, and I've googled the last five hours unsuccessfully for a solution which is suitable for my problem. Please help me, it is very urgent! Kind regards, Klaus
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