I'm guessing an easy question, but can't find an answer.
If I use NETLOAD in a macro between ^P's, I still see "NETLOAD Assembly file name: ..." in the text window, and then a 'nil' on the next line:
^C^C^P(command "NETLOAD" "MyLibrary.dll")^P;MyCommand
Is there a way to supress the text and the nil in AutoCAD's text window, using NETLOAD?
Turn CMDECHO off (0), that got rid of exerything but the "nil"
If you use VL-CMDF instead of COMMAND it will return T instead of nil
For whatever reason, when I call NETLOAD from a MNL (menu lisp) file, none of it shows up (with CMDECHO = 0). I don't even toggle the MENUECHO setting.
Just to make sure you realize, ^P is a TOGGLE, which means that if the user already has it set to suppress the echo, the your button will override that and make it echo.