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*Grahame Ede
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09-04-2005 09:40 PM
I am trying to write a simple macro to make the Rotate Relative command
easier by specifying the relative option with an R and the first point of
the reference angle as the base point with an @

I have added the characters after _rotate

$M=$(if,$(eq,$(substr,$(getvar,cmdnames),1,4),grip),_rotate,^C^C_rotate;\;\r;@;\\)

This works perfectly, but I can only select one entity. To enable me to
choose any number of entities to rotate I substituted 'select' for the first
\

I.E.

$M=$(if,$(eq,$(substr,$(getvar,cmdnames),1,4),grip),_rotate,^C^C_rotate;select;\r;@;\\)

Now neither the 'R' or the '@' function.

Can someone help with a way to select any number of entities in a macro?

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