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Copy a Block and have the attribute change in increments of 1

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BrianTFC

Hi All,

 

I'm looking to see if there is a Lisp out there that as you copy a block in a drawing the first attribute with change in increments of 1 I.e.

 

P1 P2 P3

Thickness " " " "

Material " " " "

(1) " " " "

 

P1 Would be the attribute that changes every time it gets copied.

 

Thanks

Brain

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BrianTFC

GRR,

 

Thanks for the reply, I use that lisp all of time but never noticed the block use in it. Thanks to Lee Mac and his wonderful Lisp...

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Lee Mac
Hi, check this:

http://www.lee-mac.com/numinc.html

Can it get more awesome? I don't think so.

 

Many thanks for the recommendation Grrr :thumbsup:

 

There is also my Auto Label Attributes application if you were looking for the program to operate upon using the in-built COPY command.

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Grrr
GRR,

 

Thanks for the reply, I use that lisp all of time but never noticed the block use in it. Thanks to Lee Mac and his wonderful Lisp...

 

Don't worry, even I had situations like yours. Example:

I was looking for a lisp that puts blocks on a 3Dpolyline, and later I've found that his PTMANAGER supports this (which I use often) !

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BrianTFC

Lee,

 

As usual you hit a grand slam when it comes to making our jobs much easier...:D

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