LISP file loaded using appload - add in start-up suite.
It always worked (ACAD2000 thru 2012). In 2013 adding LISP file in start-up suite doesn't work.
I know how to use acaddoc.lsp for auto loading, but I need Start-up suite to be functional.
Maybe new variable was added in 2013?
>> adding LISP file in start-up suite doesn't work
"Doesn't work" means:
- alfred -
The LISP file is present in Start-UP suite.
But when you enter the command, you are getting
Opening new drawing, Restart AutoCAD, restart PC doesn't help.
Is acaddoc.lsp in your path statement?
At the command line type
Let us know if it reports a location or file not found. If not found then add the folder where it sits to the Options, Files, support file search path.
Thanks for suggestion. I would recommend the users instead of adding LISP in start up suite write ("load lisp") in acaddoc.lsp, if it is not only my PC problem.
The problem resolved.
Same problem here. It appears - but I'm not certain - that the LISP routines are persistent for each drawing when loaded, but must be loaded for each drawing opened for the first time in AutoCAD 2013. The folder where the routines reside are in the support file search path. They also show in the history list and startup suite, but do not show as successfully loaded until forced with the APPLOAD command..
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