So a long time ago, a (ex)coworker gave me a lisp routine. The command in AutoCAD to access it was SEQ. What it did was, say you have a bunch of text, and you need to change them to sequential numbers. You would type SEQ, and it would ask what number to start with. You typed in the number to start with, and then every time you clicked another piece of text, it would change it to the next number in the sequence.
For some weird reason, this ability just magically disappeared from my AutoCAD. I didn't do anything to the program files, but it just all of a sudden doesn't work anymore.
Does anyone know of the lisp I'm talking about? Can you paste it here? There's a webstie (esurveylisp) that has a command called INR that does basically the same thing (per their Youtube channel), but their website never loads for me.
I submitted for a code but have not gotten a response ???
What is that al about
Can you give the run down of how it works and what it does on both routings..
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