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*C Witt
Message 11 of 20 (70 Views)

Re: AutoCAD .NET labs (vb 2005 exp ed.)

03-21-2006 10:17 PM in reply to: *C Witt
so i need 160 lines of code just to launch autocad?? (lab1.vbproj &
lab1.vbproj.user)

wow that is .. there must be a better way....no?
*C Witt
Message 12 of 20 (70 Views)

Re: AutoCAD .NET labs (vb 2005 exp ed.)

03-21-2006 10:25 PM in reply to: *C Witt
on a side note.. for lab2.. it says:
"You may first need to install the ObjectARX wizard before beginning
this lab. (..\ObjectARX 2006\utils\ObjARXWiz\ArxWizards.msi)"

were can I get this file (assuming that it is needed)? I've seared for
it, but found nothing. (last question for a while ...I hope)

thanks again.
*Russ Green
Message 13 of 20 (70 Views)

Re: AutoCAD .NET labs (vb 2005 exp ed.)

03-22-2006 04:28 AM in reply to: *C Witt
Yes you can. I have.
*Paul Richardson
Message 14 of 20 (70 Views)

Re: AutoCAD .NET labs (vb 2005 exp ed.)

03-22-2006 05:13 AM in reply to: *C Witt
Thanks, I was starting to think maybe I was using the
wrong editor. With VS5,6,02,03,05Express all on the
same maching sometimes I get lost...:-)

--
gl - Paul
"Russ Green" wrote in message
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Yes you can. I have.
*Paul Richardson
Message 15 of 20 (70 Views)

Re: AutoCAD .NET labs (vb 2005 exp ed.)

03-22-2006 05:34 AM in reply to: *C Witt
what 160 lines?

As far as running the labs go just skip
number 8, fix the loader lock, and go.
You only need to change the .user
file if your not using the same version of
autocad as is listed. In my case I make
two changes since I'm currently working
in ADT 06.

C:\Program Files\Autodesk Architectural Desktop
2006\

C:\Program Files\Autodesk Architectural Desktop
2006\acad.exe

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gl - Paul
"C Witt" wrote in message
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so i need 160 lines of code just to launch autocad?? (lab1.vbproj &
lab1.vbproj.user)

wow that is .. there must be a better way....no?
*Paul Richardson
Message 16 of 20 (70 Views)

Re: AutoCAD .NET labs (vb 2005 exp ed.)

03-22-2006 05:45 AM in reply to: *C Witt
go to autodesk's website and download the
Arx SDK. I had it installed before installing
the express editions and I don't get the ARX
toolbar. Probably a way to intergrate it but
I haven't tried.

No you don't need it; better to find out whats
going on anyway before you start using the
wizard anyway.

--
gl - Paul
"C Witt" wrote in message
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on a side note.. for lab2.. it says:
"You may first need to install the ObjectARX wizard before beginning
this lab. (..\ObjectARX 2006\utils\ObjARXWiz\ArxWizards.msi)"

were can I get this file (assuming that it is needed)? I've seared for
it, but found nothing. (last question for a while ...I hope)

thanks again.
*C Witt
Message 17 of 20 (70 Views)

Re: AutoCAD .NET labs (vb 2005 exp ed.)

03-22-2006 08:02 AM in reply to: *C Witt
the 2 files i mentioned.. they both have code related to the autocad
dir.. there is 110 lines of code in one of the files.. and 50 in the
other..

that is a lot more than the 2 lines you mention (though the lines do
exist..)

.. as to just changing the .user file.. that file does not exist in
"my" lab..did i do something wrong?.. (it is in the demo lab provided
by autodesk)
*Paul Richardson
Message 18 of 20 (70 Views)

Re: AutoCAD .NET labs (vb 2005 exp ed.)

03-22-2006 08:24 AM in reply to: *C Witt
You won't see the .user file in the editor unless you
click around to find the button that shows all files.

Whenever you cannot find a file you can goto Run ->
Search and type in the name; which I said was
'Lab1.vbproj.user'. Or just open the Lab1 folder
in explorer and there it should be.
--
gl - Paul
"C Witt" wrote in message
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the 2 files i mentioned.. they both have code related to the autocad
dir.. there is 110 lines of code in one of the files.. and 50 in the
other..

that is a lot more than the 2 lines you mention (though the lines do
exist..)

.. as to just changing the .user file.. that file does not exist in
"my" lab..did i do something wrong?.. (it is in the demo lab provided
by autodesk)
*C Witt
Message 19 of 20 (70 Views)

Re: AutoCAD .NET labs (vb 2005 exp ed.)

03-22-2006 10:49 AM in reply to: *C Witt
...ok..
what I meant by "that file does not exist in "my" lab" is that that file
is not in my directory.

The only place that file exists is in the demo lab. So I'm left with
the conclusion that I did something wrong.. (or that the steps to make
that file are not included in the lab).

that make more sense?
*Paul Richardson
Message 20 of 20 (70 Views)

Re: AutoCAD .NET labs (vb 2005 exp ed.)

03-22-2006 11:18 AM in reply to: *C Witt
it is not created for you in the express
versions.

I would take one of the labs set it up
the way you want and use it as a template.

--
gl - Paul
"C Witt" wrote in message
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...ok..
what I meant by "that file does not exist in "my" lab" is that that file
is not in my directory.

The only place that file exists is in the demo lab. So I'm left with
the conclusion that I did something wrong.. (or that the steps to make
that file are not included in the lab).

that make more sense?

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