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ernesto.fraga
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Next sheet question

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08-09-2012 07:51 AM

Hello.

 

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

 

 

 

Hi, Ernesto.

 

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)(c:smileytongue:revsheet)) " ");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.

 

Tim

 

 

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Tee.Dee
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Re: Next sheet question

08-12-2012 09:56 PM in reply to: ernesto.fraga

Hi, Ernesto.

 

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)(c:smileytongue:revsheet)) " ");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.

 

Tim

 

 

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ernesto.fraga
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Re: Next sheet question

08-13-2012 12:16 PM in reply to: Tee.Dee

Thanks a lot

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ernesto.fraga
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Re: Next sheet question

08-13-2012 12:20 PM in reply to: Tee.Dee

Do I have to use Line 42?

 

What is the smile tongue? :smileyhappy:,

 

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testsubject
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Re: Next sheet question

08-13-2012 12:26 PM in reply to: ernesto.fraga

colon p    ":"  "p"

Bob Hanrahan
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Tee.Dee
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Re: Next sheet question

08-13-2012 03:37 PM in reply to: ernesto.fraga

No I dont think line 42 means anything, sorry, its just where that particular attribute happens to fall.

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Re: Next sheet question

08-13-2012 03:41 PM in reply to: Tee.Dee

Or someone is making a Doug Adams reference

 

 

I got my towel

Bob Hanrahan
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Re: Next sheet question

08-13-2012 03:48 PM in reply to: ernesto.fraga

Bob, I dont get it... what am i missing? :smileywink:

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testsubject
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Re: Next sheet question

08-13-2012 04:05 PM in reply to: Tee.Dee

Well, you did wink, but for those not in the know

 

In Hitchhikers; Guide To The Galaxy, The answer to the Meaning of Life is 42.

 

I'll let you read the rest of them to find out the question...

 

And all well travelled beings bring their own towel.

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Re: Next sheet question

08-13-2012 04:07 PM in reply to: testsubject

Arrr thanks for that, the wink was only for lack of a confused face...

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