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Disabling items in a dropdown list box based on options selected in another dropdown list.


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Hello Everyone,

I am very new to Autocad and this is my first attempt at creating a LISP file.

 

I have a dropdown command list 1

OPTION1

OPTION2

OPTION3

 

I have a 2nd dropdown command list 2

DoThis1

DoThis2

 

if the user selects option1 or option2 they can select DoThis1 or Dothis2.  If they select Option3 they can only do DoThis1.  DoThis2 is not available for Option3.  I have Googled and searched the topic, but I don't quite now where to start and if this is even possible.

 

How can I do this with a LISP file?  

 

Thank you

 

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The other alternative is you can have child dcl ie a new dcl pops up over the top of the existing one. If you want to go that way can post some details on how to do, I know which code buts its full of multiple stuff will cut the relevant bits out.

 

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On 5/5/2021 at 8:03 AM, Sally-A said:

Thank you!  This is great information.

Is it be possible to not use dcl and use button dropdowns from the tool panel?

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Limited control referencing system variables.

Without letting us know exactly what you're trying to do it's hard to suggest anything. 

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Sure.  I am given this task

Sorry I am so vague.

 

I have a ribbon panel with two buttons  (connector and single)

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if you select the connector button and then select Annotation

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Then click the subtype button  (Single or Multi)

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I need "multiple" to be grayed out and not selectable in this case.

 

Is there a way to do this?  

 

 

 

 

 

 

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