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*Schmitt, Jean
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Removing undesired grips

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01-24-2000 02:02 AM
Hi Autocad users
Currently developing a GUI, I'd like to remove the grips on selected
objects when I launch a function from a toolbar.
I have the classical ^c^c at the beginning of my scripts, but it doesn't
seem to remove them, although pressing 2 times the esc keys does it...
Anybody got an idea about this?
Thanks by advance
*Kenewell, Phil
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Re: Removing undesired grips

01-24-2000 04:27 AM in reply to: *Schmitt, Jean
Jean,

Put the following in a menu macro: ^c^c_graphscr

This sequence will cancel and deselect any grips currently active.

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CAD Systems Technician
Air Gage Company
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Jean Schmitt wrote in message
news:388C234B.2DFA8BA6@ciril.fr...
> Hi Autocad users
> Currently developing a GUI, I'd like to remove the grips on selected
> objects when I launch a function from a toolbar.
> I have the classical ^c^c at the beginning of my scripts, but it doesn't
> seem to remove them, although pressing 2 times the esc keys does it...
> Anybody got an idea about this?
> Thanks by advance
>
>
*Schmitt, Jean
Message 3 of 5 (134 Views)

Re:

01-24-2000 04:51 AM in reply to: *Schmitt, Jean
Thank you very much; that's exactly what I needed
J. S
*White, Ian A.
Message 4 of 5 (134 Views)

Re: Removing undesired grips

01-26-2000 10:38 PM in reply to: *Schmitt, Jean
On Mon, 24 Jan 2000 11:02:51 +0100, Jean Schmitt
wrote:

>Hi Autocad users
>Currently developing a GUI, I'd like to remove the grips on selected
>objects when I launch a function from a toolbar.
>I have the classical ^c^c at the beginning of my scripts, but it doesn't
>seem to remove them, although pressing 2 times the esc keys does it...
>Anybody got an idea about this?
>Thanks by advance
>

Here is part of something Owen Wengerd posted back in 1996!

Setting bit 1 of QAFLAGS to 1 should see grips cancelled. I have used
this in R14.

**********************************************************************

_LINFO string hardware lock serial number; responds to
(getvar
"_LINFO")
only
_SERVER network license server (read-only)
AUXSTAT integer [-32767 - 32767]
AXISMODE boolean [0,1]
AXISUNIT (x y)
DBGLISTALL boolean [0,1]
ENTEXTS [0,1,2]
ENTMODS (read-only) increments every time a database record is
modified
FORCE_PAGING long integer
GLOBCHECK [0,1,2,3] [3 = show dialog size (in pixels)]
[>0 = disallow local language commands]
LAZYLOAD boolean [0,1]
MAXOBJMEM long integer
NODENAME string (read-only)
PHANDLE long integer
QAFLAGS [0 - 32767] [1 bit = ^C in menu macro cancels grips
(acts like
keyboard
]
[2 bit = no pause during text screen
listings]
[4 bit = no "alert" boxes]

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Ian A. White, CPEng
WAI Engineering
Sydney 2000
Australia

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Message 5 of 5 (94 Views)

Re: Removing undesired grips

06-14-2012 09:27 AM in reply to: *Kenewell, Phil

It worked in my Shortcut Menu Macro.  Thanks for the old tip.

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