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a command to show the number of objects (points, lines, circles, …) in a file


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khoshravan

When I open an AutoCAD file which I receive from a client, before starting to work, I want to know how big is the file. Or how many objects are there in the file?

Is there any command to show the number of objects (points, lines, circles, …) in a file?

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khoshravan

Thanks. It is a good idea but I am looking for a command to give a summary of all objects, in all layers and in a single list. Is it possible with qselect?

 

As a wish, It would be great, to have "all layers" options in qselect, to show objects in all layers.

I am not sure qselect has this option or not.

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Thanks. It is a good idea but I am looking for a command to give a summary of all objects, in all layers and in a single list. Is it possible with qselect?

 

As a wish, It would be great, to have "all layers" options in qselect, to show objects in all layers.

I am not sure qselect has this option or not.

 

in the QSELECT dialogue box, under Operator you can Select All.

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khoshravan
in the QSELECT dialogue box, under Operator you can Select All.

 

Thanks. Personally I like the properties method mentioned by Pablo Ferral.

It gives the detail of object types.

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Thanks. Personally I like the properties method mentioned by Pablo Ferral.

It gives the detail of object types.

 

I actually use that method too - but in the interest of future Searchers I thought I add the extra info anyway :)

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