It integrates with LT and adds additional drop downs and libraries. You can download a trial version from theri website.
I don't want to violate my EULA by unlocking Lisp functionality in LT.
Most of these add-ons in the past do just that.
Will my License be okay or will Autodesk come knocking on my door?
In sweden we use lots of addons for LT, using Diesel macros and Visual Basic commands (and not lisp). They are in many cases a lot moore than just a symbol library with f e functions to create stirs etc..
Im not sure how different the Swedish standards are from yours, but I think that can be tweaked quite easily since there are commands for creating your own window/door/wall sizes etc..
Theres a trial version og Point Smart Architect for ACAD LT here:
Unfortunately its in swedish language, but the buttonicons are pretty selfexplainable..
Kind regards Patrik
I had sent an email to their support and this is what I just received:
As it stands LT Architect works with 32 bit operating systems with AutoCAD LT up to 2012.
It is only fair to point this out to prospective buyers and this is reason it has been withdrawn from sale (we do allow existing users to purchase additional licences bearing this in mind).
We have no plans for a newer version or 64 bit compatibility, it may happen in the future but it is not on current development schedule.
Since there are lots of people still using a 32-bit system I'm not sure I understand why they would withdraw it from sale? I use 64-bit so it is a no go which is too bad because it does really look intriguing!