Can you post and example of the block you created? It would be helpful to see the wire connections and where they are placed.
More than likely, the wire termination points are not on the end of the line but spaced out a bit. This woould then create the gap you are seeing.
Another cause could be that part of the symbol is on a layer that is turned off. Check the layer dropdown for any layers that are turned off and try turning them on. If this fixes the problem, open the block and turn the layer on in there as well.
The downloaded files don't seem to have the same filename as those that you indicate are to be overwritten.
Is that an issue?
Using Acade 2015, is this method still valid (lisp routine from 2007), or is another function available to get the same results in a from to report.
I cant seem to get this lisp routine to work under acade 2015
The example file represents the output i would like to get from a from/to report.
Our customers like to have connection part info, length, bundel, routing in de wiring list.
If there is another solution to this please let me know.
Thanks in advance
Due to the updates made to allow user post options to be predefined in a format file, the older user post files might not work. It is the user post framework that changed and not necessarily the code for a specific option. So you can most likely take the code for an option from an older user post and plug it in to the newer one supplied with AutoCAD Electrical 2015.
I went ahead and copied the option from this older one attached to this thread originally into the 2015 one. See if the attached file works for you. You should be able to use the older .dcl file as long as the options correspond to the options within the .lsp file.
I didn't try it with the option predefined in a .set file so if that doesn't work let me know and I can look at it more closely. But, with this newer format for the user post you should be able to define the option in your format .set file and then it runs the user post option automatically before it displays the report. This also lets you use User Post options even if using Automatic Reports.
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