after starting AutoCAD I tried to use the keyboard commands but they didn't work.
I checked the commands by (command: alisaedit).But there is nothing changed. In the OPTIONS, my profile is the same.
what happed and how can I solve this?
For instance when I write C for (circle) I don't get what I want and also no error. the same with Op (options) ..etc.
L for (line) it works. But that is only very exeptional commands that are not working. Aliases are not changed, they are still the same.
thanks for your responce.
>>>... I write C for (circle) I don't get what I want and also no error...<<<
SSSOOOOO, what do you get when you type C? and OP?
At the commandline, type the following exactly as shows:
(startapp "notepad" (findfile "acad.pgp"))
This will open the AutoCAD PGP file being used with your abbreviations in it: Starting at the bottom of the list (this is important) go up the list until you see C and OP and find out what they are set to do. Are they what you want? If they are set to COPY and OPTIONS as you want them, then you have a LISP loaded (or an add-on from somewhere) that redefined your C and OP.
What easier is to type in the command line (aliasedit) to get the abbreviations list. And I saw it. nothing chaned on the list. For instace, C for circle , Op for options , Pl polyline...etc. Mij profile in OPTIONS is not changed. For that reason I cann't understand what happend.
That may be eaasier, but it doesn't answer the question you were asked.. Are we certain that you're looking at the same file acad is?
Second - realize that the PGP aliases are the _last_ thing Acad looks at when interpreting input as a command. Your aliases can be defined in any number of .LSP or .MNL files, and will never make it to the PGP.
for example, you acaddoc.lsp could define a C command that does nothing, or erases the last entity drawn, or does soemthing else entirely..
(Defun C:C () (entdel (entlast))(princ))
runs with no obvious action, no prompts or alerts. unless you notice that the last thing was removed from the draing, it looks like nothing happened.
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