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*Kleiner, Jim
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Copy Object Data

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08-28-2002 12:11 AM
I have object data attached to some linework and I want to copy that data to
some new entities.

Is it possible to copy object data from one entity to another with out
having to fill in the table again

just wonderin'

Thanks
*Crichton, Will
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Re: Copy Object Data

08-28-2002 01:57 AM in reply to: *Kleiner, Jim
In the sample folder under your Autodesk Map install location you will find
a file called copy_od.lsp...

Load this puppy and then run the copy_od command...

Cheers,
Will

"Jim Kleiner" wrote in message
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> I have object data attached to some linework and I want to copy that data
to
> some new entities.
>
> Is it possible to copy object data from one entity to another with out
> having to fill in the table again
>
> just wonderin'
>
> Thanks
>
>
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BruceAdams
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Registered: ‎07-17-2012
Message 3 of 4 (591 Views)

Re: Copy Object Data

09-14-2012 01:03 PM in reply to: *Crichton, Will

this thread needs a bump...oh..laa  AUTODESK!  'copy_od' lsp works great....if you know that it exist's and where it is, and that you have to load it.  And then you can use it to save valuable cad time. :smileywink:

 

 

I just can't understand why Autodesk's map development is hiding these useful tools from users, and why aren't they exposing them in the ribbon yet?  This lsp routine has been around for -evah.  I'm on Map 2012 and still don't see it in the UI, whats up?

 

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antoniovinci
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Registered: ‎06-03-2011
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Re: Copy Object Data

09-16-2012 11:13 PM in reply to: BruceAdams

BruceAdams wrote:

I just can't understand why Autodesk's map development is hiding these useful tools from users


I concur definetely in it, sir.
Another noteworthy "pearl" is LISTPTS.LSP of Sample folder too, even if I found there a bug.
If pline coordinates has 7 digits or more, the result is not explicit, look at that:

 

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