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Hi everyone,

 

I often use the join comand selecting all objets and it works fine. But why when I try to input it in my lisp routine it crash.

 

I also try to write directly (command "join") in command line and it does'nt works.

 

Anybody can explain ?

 

Thank's

 

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Ah ! Le français... ;-)

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nestly

 

I also try to write directly (command "join") in command line and it does'nt works.

 

What doesn't work?

Is there an error message?

Does it seem to work, but the selected objects are not joined?

Are you selecting a "source object" first?

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PatDoc63
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Are you selecting a "source object" first?

 

Well, when I use the command, all I have to do is selecting all objects without selecting a source object:

 

Command: join --> all --> enter

 

But in command line, I can't because autocad wait for me to select a source objet first, and I don't want to...

 

I wish i'm clear because english is not my native language.

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nestly

In vertical versions (ie C3D), you may need to use .JOIN to use the core AutoCAD command.

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PatDoc63
In vertical versions (ie C3D), you may need to use .JOIN to use the core AutoCAD command.

Thank you nestly for your answer.

 

The command works directly in c3D.

It's when I put it between parenthesis there is a "nil" auto answer for "selecting source object first". That's what bugging me.

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nestly

OK, I just wanted to make sure you knew there's a difference between JOIN and .JOIN. Animation below made using AutoCAD MEP2015

 

JOIN vs .JOIN.gif

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PatDoc63

Yes I understand the difference. And if I write: (command ".join") or (command "join") I'm ask to select the source objet in both cases...

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Yes I understand the difference. And if I write: (command ".join") or (command "join") I'm ask to select the source objet in both cases...

 

You'll have to call 'initcommandversion' first

(initcommandversion)
(command "_.join" "_All" "")

 

Henrique

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PatDoc63

Henrique ! Thank you !!!!!!!! :D

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hmsilva

You're welcome, PatDoc63

Glad I could help

 

 

Henrique

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