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How to suppress the "Yes" on "Undo" "Back"


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I am trying to execute Undo back with some predictability from a LISP routine.

Is there any way to suppress (or force the "yes" prompt) even if Undo Back is executed more than once in a row?

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(command "_.undo" "back" "yes")


Is this what you're looking for?


Or are you looking to stop it at the prior undo?

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