César Petersen Posted September 15, 2021 Share Posted September 15, 2021 Hello! I often need to count areas with hatches, using the cumulative area property. And many times, we get bad hatches without area, needing to painstakingly go one by one finding the bad hatch to fix it, sometimes repeating for multiple hatches I tried to find a LISP routine for that without sucess, so i made my own and i'd like to share It loops over the selected hatches, accumulating the bad ones on an empty selection set, highlighting it afterwards. The only little thing bothering me is the (sssetfirst nil serr) function, that highlights the set, sometimes it need an extra click on the screen to show the grips, i tried putting a (command "_REGEN") and (princ) after, without much sucess. I hope it's useful! findBadHatches.lsp Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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