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*Overbo, Craig
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Spline leader

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09-13-2000 01:23 PM
I have seen routines that let you create polyline leaders without text
attached to them. (They're really just a polyline, with one end shaped like
an arrow head - it's not a full AutoCad leader.) I'm looking for a lisp
routine that will let me create a spline leader the same way. I don't want
it to be defined as a "leader", because they don't behave well when you
scale them. Anyone know of such a routine?

Thanks,
Craig
*Lincoln, Tracy
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Re: Spline leader

09-17-2000 07:36 PM in reply to: *Overbo, Craig
Craig,

You can use the leader and define it as a spline with no text and then
explode it when finished using a macro. If you use a QLEADER (bonus/express
tool) you can set the defaults.

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Tracy W. Lincoln
ACI - Porter and Chester Institute - ATC - CT, USA
Autodesk Learning and Training Moderator - AutoCAD Training Specialist
Assistant Moderator, Autodesk Discussion Groups

Craig Overbo wrote in message ...
>I have seen routines that let you create polyline leaders without text
>attached to them. (They're really just a polyline, with one end shaped
like
>an arrow head - it's not a full AutoCad leader.) I'm looking for a lisp
>routine that will let me create a spline leader the same way. I don't want
>it to be defined as a "leader", because they don't behave well when you
>scale them. Anyone know of such a routine?
>
>Thanks,
>Craig
>

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