This routine used to work just fine. I have a lisp that will draw HSS tubing, square or rectangle. The routine will ask for the tube heigth, then width, then thickness. It produces a section of the steel shape which is a closed pline with radiused corners for the outer wall and a simiar pline offset the distance of the thickness. My result now is two closed plines without a radius, but it will draw arcs where the radius of the outer would be. Im thinking that there is a system variable that is preventing the lisp from running completly. does anyone have any thoughts or a simiar tool?
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I can imagine that being a result of having running object snap modes on, if the routine doesn't account for that. But attach the routine, and someone may get a better idea.
the lisp work fine here. Using AC2008. There must be a backgroung lisp running that changes or sets one or more variables in conflict with the "tube" program.
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