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Lisp routine

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02-14-2013 07:34 AM

I am looking for a way to click on an element in an ex ref to shut it off.

 

Craig

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Re: Lisp routine

02-14-2013 07:36 AM in reply to: cajohnsen

LAYFRZ or LAYOFF commands are built-in and do that: just set them correctly (watch the command line).

Of are you trying to "hide" an object in an XREF instead?

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Re: Lisp routine

02-14-2013 08:49 AM in reply to: pendean

I am trying to hide a layer in an xref.

Sorry, I did not state the question very well.

 

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Re: Lisp routine

02-14-2013 09:07 AM in reply to: cajohnsen

Either you have Autocad LT or you havn't installed Express Tools

Look for toolbar like this:

 

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Re: Lisp routine

02-14-2013 09:16 AM in reply to: cajohnsen

I have that toolbar, but they don't turn off an xref layer.

 

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Re: Lisp routine

02-14-2013 09:23 AM in reply to: cajohnsen

If it's a block, you should look at settings in the command line (like Dean had mentioned)

S(settings) B(block) choose Entities

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Re: Lisp routine

02-14-2013 11:31 AM in reply to: cajohnsen

I got it. Thanks for knocking me in the head a few times.

 

Craig

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