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Inserting Blocks Using Macro's


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Hi everyone,


i have two questions about inserting a block using macro's...


i use the macro below, and it works fine except for the fact that i will see this on the command line:

command: -Insert

Enter block name or [?]: ...

Units: Millimeters

Specify insertion point or [basepoint/Scale/X/Y/Z/Rotate]:



i was wondering how do i get rid of everything that is displaying on the command line?


Also, if i use multiple block insert "*^C^C^P(command "insert"...", i was wondering if there is a way to make enter end the command?


^C^C^P(command "-insert" "block_path" "s" (getvar "dimscale") pause "")



Thanks in advance

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I don't think you can since you are using the command line. If you did it in code like vb using objects, then it would be "hidden" per se.

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