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Vladimir Nesterovsky wrote in message
Eric -- if your file is sometimes working, and
sometimes doesn't, if it works OK right after
you appload it, ---- it's obvious that you have
some other file defining another MAIN function,
which *does* have an mspace command in it.
You can try and put all your dependent functions
inside the main one, like
so that these functions are always defined properly
when your command is called.
See if this helps.
On Tue, 19 Oct 1999 14:26:34 -0700, Eric Nagel wrote:
>I forgot to mention that that I am loading this routine thru my
>'acadr14.lsp' file. When I appload the file, it works just fine...I'm
>Eric Nagel wrote:
>> Greetings All !
>> I am having an odd problem that I cannot seem to figure out. I am
>> hoping someone will be able to help me out with this...Notice that I do
>> not have an "mspace" command anywhere in my code. Any pointers would be
>> Here is the error message that I am getting:
>> Command: ls2 error: incorrect request for command list data
>> (COMMAND ".mspace")
Ok on all of my drawings for this company we use drawing footers to
determine where the drawing is located, My question is, Is it possible to
write a lisp so that when you open a drawing or save a drawing in a new
place that it updates the footer text, If it could be done could someone
help get me pointed in the right direction. Thanks!
Do you have Express Tools? Sounds like a job for RText.
"Mark Herrin" wrote in message
> Ok on all of my drawings for this company we use drawing footers to
> determine where the drawing is located, My question is, Is it possible to
> write a lisp so that when you open a drawing or save a drawing in a new
> place that it updates the footer text, If it could be done could someone
> help get me pointed in the right direction. Thanks!