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Coordinates LISP


Dani_Nadir
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Hello,

 

I am looking for the next lisp. I need to create a plline (for example a rectangle) wherever I want inside the model. Then, the routine will ask me about the distance between coordinate tic marks (x) , the plot scale (1/500 for example) and the height text. Then I will click the rectangle and finally it will create all the coordinate tick marks inside the rectangle as an editable objects (block for example) with its coordinates N (vertical) and E (horizontal). I am attaching a dwg

 

 

 

Thanks,

 

Best regards,

 

Daniel.

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You could use an attributed block with field. See attached. You will need to regen to see the contents update when you move the block.

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I certainly choose a WCS orientated field over a text. Good use of fields give better assurance that the coordinats are right. I recognize my own blocks when i see them on a piece of pdf. Welcome Daniel, this CAD forum has some great users and ideas. You will learn a lot from it propably.

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You could use an attributed block with field. See attached. You will need to regen to see the contents update when you move the block.

 

Hello,

 

Thanks for replying.

It's a nice field block. So I have to move it wherever I want, isn't it? i would want to run the command, to select a rectangle plline and it will generate the coordinates according to the space between tick marks (10m, 20m, 50m....) and scaled according to the plot scale (1/500, 1/1000...). Also it will ask me the height text, and the position of the N and E will be vertical and horizontal respectively (as you saw at the drawing). The idea of tick mark blocks liked to me! It could be a general matrix.

 

Best regards,

Daniel

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I certainly choose a WCS orientated field over a text. Good use of fields give better assurance that the coordinats are right. I recognize my own blocks when i see them on a piece of pdf. Welcome Daniel, this CAD forum has some great users and ideas. You will learn a lot from it propably.

 

Hello,

Thanks for you welcome. I expect to learn a lot from this page, although I am not a native english speaker hehe.

so, you use coordinates field, but, how do you place it at the righ position? I think a routine could be faster in that work, making automatic coordinates wherever you need.

 

Best regards,

Daniel.

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