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Kiroro11
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09-28-2011 12:13 AM

hello every one, new here, and meet a probelm recently, i  migrated express tools from Autocad2000 to Autocad 2002. It worked fine two days now, but yesterday it stopped. Whenever I press an express toolbar icon, or type an express tool command i get an error saying: ;error: too many arguments. I tried everything( :0 ) , it still don't work, so if there are some body have idea about that, could you please do me a favor, thank u

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pendean
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10-10-2011 08:51 AM in reply to: Kiroro11

At the command line type EXPRESSTOOLS and hit <enter>: what happens?

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PDC-USER
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Registered: ‎10-30-2011
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10-30-2011 05:06 PM in reply to: Kiroro11

Hi, I'm currently using AutoCAD 2010 and the associated express tools installation, and I have the same `too many arguments' error when trying to execute many of the express tools commands from both the drop down menu or command line execution. Normally it happens after the command has prompted to select objects. I proceed to select objects and the error message appears. I have also had the same problem with ALL previous versions and installations of AutoCAD. Please help.

 

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pendean
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11-01-2011 06:06 AM in reply to: PDC-USER

Is DEMANDLOAD set to 3? It should work fine after that.

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Re: about my question

11-01-2011 02:51 PM in reply to: Kiroro11

Hi,

 

yes my demandload is set to 3 and the error is still occurring. Please refer to attached screenshot.

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