It's a shame that you're unable to figure out that a Layout is a PlotSettings
object, whcih explains why you were totally bewildered by the code in Norman's
I'm not going to explain to you everything else you're missing, I would
much rather just sit back and watch you continue to make a complete
fool of yoursef.
A Page Setup is the UI in Autocad for a plotSetting object
A layout is plot setting with a blockTableRecord
I will post the code we I get a chance to finish it up
It is not only unhelpful, but wrong statements such as your last which make me wish you would ignore my posts.
Here is the blurb on Plot Settings objects from the AutoCAD .NET Developer's Guide with some emphasis added to help out:
A PlotSettings object is similar to a Layout object, as both contain identical plot information and this is because the Layout class is derived from the PlotSettings class. The main difference is that a Layout object has an associated BlockTableRecord object containing the geometry to plot. A PlotSettings object is not associated with a particular BlockTableRecord object. It is simply a named collection of plot settings available for use with any geometry. PlotSettings objects are known as page setups in the AutoCAD user interface and are accessed from the Page Setup Manager.
There wouldn't be an issue if the Guide had just continued with a line or two about getting to them programmatically and performing whatever it is the "Set as Current" button does, but nothing is mentioned.
You really need to do some research before you smart off. You have been no more and probably less helpful to anyone on this issue than you were on this post of mine which first clued me in to your "I'd rather be cryptic and look clever than actually do enough research to be both clever and helpful" attitude. Please, please carry out your menacing and oh so horrible to contemplate threat not to reply to my posts!!! Please!!! Please!!! I<Lovely gratuitous comment about good advertising for your company not included because I really need to quit letting you think you have a chance so you will stop replying>.
And you just did exactly what I said I'd sit back and watch you do.
The docs you quoted unequivocally confirms what just I said (that a
Layout is a PlotSettings object). The fact that you are incapable of
figuring out how to make the settings from the latter 'current' even
after Norman's code shows how to do that, means that you should
probably stop wasting your employer's money.
You have been no more and probably less helpful to anyone on this issue than you were on this post of mine which first clued me in to your "I'd rather be cryptic and look clever than actually do enough research to be both clever and helpful" attitude.
It's clear from what little participation you've made here, that the problem is on your end,
rather than on mine or Norman's.
The fact that you conveniently confuse "cryptic", with your own comprehension problems
and inexperience would seem to more than adequately explain what leads you to expect
others to go out of their way to spell everything out for you in terms the average third-
grader can understand. Which in-turn, makes it abundantly clear that you really should not be
wasting your employer's money by making misrepresentations about your ability insofar as
customizing AutoCAD with the .NET API.
The attitude you've demonstrated to date in this and the thread you reference above, pretty
much seals your fate, insofar as getting help from this resource, as I'm fairly confident that
most who are able to help you will choose not to bother, after reading your posts.
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