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*Martin
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Re: Writing Lisp Routines

01-30-2007 12:27 PM in reply to: STUART_ENGINEERING
Yes,
http://www.afralisp.net/ is a good place to start. And then you can ask over
here or from this other group.
And search in google.
But this AUGI I see first time. You can just participate free in online
studies?
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markduffany1
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Re: Writing Lisp Routines

04-27-2013 12:04 PM in reply to: STUART_ENGINEERING

i'm trying to modify the move command to select more than one base point on multiple items making it possible to equaly space items.also I'm pretty new to writing macros and i was wondering where to begin? There is a sample with what i've done so far.

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Kent1Cooper
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Re: Writing Lisp Routines

04-29-2013 05:55 AM in reply to: markduffany1

markduffany1 wrote:

i'm trying to modify the move command to select more than one base point on multiple items making it possible to equaly space items.also I'm pretty new to writing macros and i was wondering where to begin? There is a sample with what i've done so far.


I would recommend that you go to the Customization forum here with this question.  But in any case, I don't quite understand what you are trying to do.  The routine has a (view) function that I don't have, and it uses (type) with more than one argument, which it won't accept, and it appears to be feeding a point to the presumed nMove command where I would expect an object selection, and it tries to use nMove in a (command) function which will accept only native AutoCAD command names, and I haven't even quite figured out how it relates to the question.  A before-and-after drawing file or image, including an indication of where the selected base points would be in relation to the items, or a more detailed description of the steps a User would take and what they would bring about, would be very helpful.

Kent Cooper

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