Visual LISP, AutoLISP and General Customization

Visual LISP, AutoLISP and General Customization

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*onysko, steven
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Load (AutoLisp) Application Default Pathway

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02-23-2001 06:51 AM
When loading an AutoLisp routine, the user goes to the pulldown menu
TOOLS then LOAD APPLICATION. A dialog box with LookIn: defaults to the
directory MyDocuments. How can a user change this default directory to
avoid having to browse to a different directory each time?

sonysko@deq.state.ut.us
*S.Amrit
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Re: Load (AutoLisp) Application Default Pathway

03-02-2001 10:28 PM in reply to: *onysko, steven
hi Setven
go to options and file tab you will have Search Path. Add there your lisp
location. and in your lisp folder make one acad.lisp inside acad.lsp
write line
(setq old_echo (getvar "cmdecho"))

(setvar "cmdecho" 0)
(load "your routing1.lsp" (princ))
(load "your routing2.lsp" (princ))
(princ)
(setvar "cmdecho" old_echo)

hope this will help you

Amrit Shrestha
cadnepal@wlink.com.np

steven onysko wrote in message
news:3A96E95F.32E4172F@deq.state.ut.us...
> When loading an AutoLisp routine, the user goes to the pulldown menu
> TOOLS then LOAD APPLICATION. A dialog box with LookIn: defaults to the
> directory MyDocuments. How can a user change this default directory to
> avoid having to browse to a different directory each time?
>
> sonysko@deq.state.ut.us
>

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