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BrianTFC

Copy object and leave in place over original objects

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BrianTFC

Hi,

 

i was wondering if someone had a lisp that would copy object by windowing and then change to a different layer but be over the top of the original objects. i need to copy a set of lines inplace and change to a different layer.

 

 

thanks,

Brian

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BlackBox

Consider the Copy Method. ;)

 

** Edit - You may find that to be vague if unfamiliar. More specifically, if the user creates a valid selection set, iterate the ActiveSelectionSet Object using the Copy Method on each of the iterated Objects.

 

HTH

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Lee Mac

COPYTOLAYER command?

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Dadgad
Consider the Copy Method. ;)

 

** Edit - You may find that to be vague if unfamiliar. More specifically, if the user creates a valid selection set, iterate the ActiveSelectionSet Object using the Copy Method on each of the iterated Objects.

 

HTH

 

This from the shallow end of the pool, if all else fails, there is also the COPYTOLAYER command? :)

great minds think alike.......is there an echo in here? Gotta love that LAYERS 2 toolbar.

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eldon

I think that in version 2000i, the COPYTOLAYER command is in Express Tools.

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BrianTFC

i didn't know that command was there thanks guys...:D

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