i know you should never use sendcommand but its last chance saloon time.
i already have created 2 circles:
Set objCircle1 = ThisDrawing.ModelSpace.AddCircle(objLine.startpoin
Set objCircle2 = ThisDrawing.ModelSpace.AddCircle(objLine.endpoint,
now i would like to loft between them, they are not concentric else i would use AddRevolvedSolid.
how do i structure the loft command? i guess i need to send the id or handle of these circles
so i tried
strHandle1 = objCircle1.Handle
strHandle2 = objCircle2.Handle
this doesnt work:
ThisDrawing.SendCommand "loft" & vbCr & strHandle1 & strHandle2 & vbCr & vbCr
how do i correctly send objects to the command line?
any useful input would be wonderful! thanks
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try this with your handles instead of mine from my small sample
Dim tHandleStr1 As String: tHandleStr1 = "25E" Dim tHandleStr2 As String: tHandleStr2 = "25D" Call ThisDrawing.SendCommand("_LOFT" & vbCr & "(handent """ & tHandleStr1 & """)" & vbCr & "(handent """ & tHandleStr2 & """)" & vbCr & vbCr & vbCr)
- alfred -