Visual LISP, AutoLISP and General Customization

Visual LISP, AutoLISP and General Customization

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Moshe-A
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TDINDWG v TDUSRTIMER

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09-15-2012 03:25 PM

Hi Guys,

 

and have another question...

 

does these two sysvar returns the same elapse time?

if so? one is redundant or again i am missing something?

 

thanks

Moshe

 

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Moshe-A
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Re: TDINDWG v TDUSRTIMER

09-18-2012 07:47 AM in reply to: Moshe-A

OK Guys,

 

i have figured it out, the TDUSRTIMER can be reset by the user via TIME command (whereas TDINDWG not)

 

 

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dbroad
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Re: TDINDWG v TDUSRTIMER

09-18-2012 09:01 AM in reply to: Moshe-A

The only way I know to reset the TDINDWG is to save the drawing as a template, close and reopen the template and save the file back as a drawing.

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Re: TDINDWG v TDUSRTIMER

09-18-2012 12:59 PM in reply to: dbroad

thanks dboard,

 

i didn't look to reset tdindwg i just wanted to know what's the diffrent between them

 

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scot-65
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Re: TDINDWG v TDUSRTIMER

09-18-2012 04:12 PM in reply to: dbroad

dbroad wrote:

The only way I know to reset the TDINDWG is to save the drawing as a template, close and reopen the template and save the file back as a drawing.


Good to know.

What I discovered is to DXF the DWG, open the DXF in a text editor, find the line,

and set all numbers to 0. Problem is if you do not replicate the exact number of

characters, the DXF can never be converted back into a DWG file.

 

Scot-65

 

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