Once Nate holt explained how we could make a lisp that shows the "next and previous" sheet number.
I don't have it now and I am very lost.
I don't know if it OK but I only use a *.wdp file complemented with the Sheet set manager options. (Sometimes I need to mix Civil and electrical).
Maybe I need another config file.
Can anybody explain it again? maybe have the original explanation copied.
sorry to bother
Arq. Ernesto fraga
Montevideo - Uruguay
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I have attached the .lsp file I use.
Also in the WD_TB attribute I have the following code:
LINE42;PREVSHT = (if (setq x (findfile "tbnp.lsp" ))(progn(load x)(crevsheet)) " ");NEXTSHT = (if (setq x (findfile "tbnp.lsp" ))(progn(load x)(c:nextsheet)) " ")
Paste the tbn.lsp file wherever the path for your .lsp files are.
See if that works.
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