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emaloney
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LISP Routines

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02-04-2013 11:08 AM

I am writing a lisp routine, only I can't find the command in AutoCAD for what I am trying to do. I want the Drawings Settings dialog box to open automatically when you start a new drawing. I can't find any other way to open it except through the toolspace palette. Does anyone know the command to open the Drawing Settings dialog box?

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jrauch
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Re: LISP Routines

02-04-2013 12:39 PM in reply to: emaloney

EDITDRAWINGSETTINGS

-John J. Rauch, P.E.
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emaloney
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Re: LISP Routines

02-04-2013 12:51 PM in reply to: emaloney

Nice, of course it was so very simple. Thank you!

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area51visitor
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Re: LISP Routines

02-12-2013 08:39 PM in reply to: emaloney

Looks like you might just be using it to set coordinate?  If so try this:

 

(defun c:PA83-SF ()  
(setvar "CMDDIA" 0)  
(command "ADESETCRDSYS" "_ses" "PA83-SF" "_ex")  
(setvar "CMDDIA" 1)
(princ))

 

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