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*patrick
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RevCloud with Autocad 2000i

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09-21-2001 04:17 AM
Hi,
I have installed Express Tools on my Autocad 2000i Mechanical PowerPack.
I often use the "revision cloud" fonction.
But after using this fonction, I lost my ususal objects snap configuration
!...
It is necessary to select my configuration of object snap after each use of
revision cloud.
Does someone have the same bug ?
Regards.
Patrick
*CADDee.com
Message 2 of 7 (416 Views)

Re: RevCloud with Autocad 2000i

09-22-2001 04:31 AM in reply to: *patrick
I'll bet the author of that cloud routine turned the
osnaps off at the beginning of the code and forgot to turn them back on at the
end.  If they didn't turn them off the cloud command would snap to entities
as it draws.  If you would like to replace that old not so user friendly
cloud routine with something that works exactly the way you want, download and
try Quick Qcloud
2.0


--

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FREE when you join our mailing list!

 

 


size=2>> Hi,
> I have installed Express Tools on my Autocad 2000i
Mechanical PowerPack.
> I often use the "revision cloud" fonction.
>
But after using this fonction, I lost my ususal objects snap
configuration
> !...
> It is necessary to select my configuration of
object snap after each use of
> revision cloud.
> Does someone have
the same bug ?
> Regards.
> Patrick
>
>
*patrick
Message 3 of 7 (416 Views)

Re:

10-13-2001 09:59 PM in reply to: *patrick
ok but this is only a trial version...

We must pay 15$ after 30-day use

I have enough pay with Autodesk, and I
haven't more money to spend...
 


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I'll bet the author of that cloud routine turned the
osnaps off at the beginning of the code and forgot to turn them back on at the
end.  If they didn't turn them off the cloud command would snap to
entities as it draws.  If you would like to replace that old not so user
friendly cloud routine with something that works exactly the way you want,
download and try Quick Qcloud
2.0


--

James Dee

href="http://www.caddee.com">http://www.caddee.com

Get Quick Offset for
FREE when you join our mailing list!

 

 


size=2>> Hi,
> I have installed Express Tools on my Autocad 2000i
Mechanical PowerPack.
> I often use the "revision cloud"
fonction.
> But after using this fonction, I lost my ususal objects snap
configuration
> !...
> It is necessary to select my configuration
of object snap after each use of
> revision cloud.
> Does someone
have the same bug ?
> Regards.
> Patrick
>
>
*CADDee.com
Message 4 of 7 (416 Views)

Re:

10-14-2001 12:15 AM in reply to: *patrick
I completely understand your frustration with Autode$k, but
the difference between them and us is:


  • We support our product when you buy it.
    size=2>

  • We're not trying to make money on upgrades. When you buy it
    you get upgrades for free.  The idea here is we are making a quality tool
    that works the first time around.

  • We make a huge effort, before release, to make each
    tool pure quality, bug free, and easy to use.  So that you don't have to
    deal with the frustration of trying to learn something new only to find that
    it doesn't do what's expected.

  • We actually use the tools that we make, so we know what users
    want.  We are the beta testers, not you.

Thank you for your interest,


--

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Lexicon 3.0
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style="BORDER-LEFT: #000000 2px solid; MARGIN-LEFT: 5px; MARGIN-RIGHT: 0px; PADDING-LEFT: 5px; PADDING-RIGHT: 0px">

ok but this is only a trial
version...

We must pay 15$ after 30-day use

I have enough pay with Autodesk, and I
haven't more money to spend...
 


style="BORDER-LEFT: #000000 2px solid; MARGIN-LEFT: 5px; MARGIN-RIGHT: 0px; PADDING-LEFT: 5px; PADDING-RIGHT: 0px">

I'll bet the author of that cloud routine turned the
osnaps off at the beginning of the code and forgot to turn them back on at
the end.  If they didn't turn them off the cloud command would snap to
entities as it draws.  If you would like to replace that old not so
user friendly cloud routine with something that works exactly the way you
want, download and try Quick
Qcloud 2.0


--

James Dee

href="http://www.caddee.com">http://www.caddee.com

Get Quick Offset
for FREE when you join our mailing list!

 

 


size=2>> Hi,
> I have installed Express Tools on my Autocad 2000i
Mechanical PowerPack.
> I often use the "revision cloud"
fonction.
> But after using this fonction, I lost my ususal objects
snap configuration
> !...
> It is necessary to select my
configuration of object snap after each use of
> revision
cloud.
> Does someone have the same bug ?
> Regards.
>
Patrick
>
>
*Brown, Anne
Message 5 of 7 (416 Views)

Re:

10-14-2001 09:54 AM in reply to: *patrick
James -

A bit unfair. If Autodesk did not support their products, this
newsgroup would not be here for you to post your remarks. They
are part of a wide support network.
--
Anne Brown
Manager, Moderator
Autodesk Product Support discussion groups
Discussion Q&A: http://www.autodesk.com/discussion


"CADDee.com" wrote:
>
> I completely understand your frustration with Autode$k, but the
> difference between them and us is:
>
> * We support our product when you buy it. (snip)
*patrick
Message 6 of 7 (416 Views)

Re:

10-16-2001 05:33 AM in reply to: *patrick
you don't understand, miss !!!
you have mixed everything...
please refer to previous posts.
I speak about Autodesk only because I have spent much money for their
softwares
Not because there is a direct link with James...or other problem of software
support !!!!


"Anne Brown" a écrit dans le message news:
3BCA33DF.F0246E44@autodesk.com...
> James -
>
> A bit unfair. If Autodesk did not support their products, this
> newsgroup would not be here for you to post your remarks. They
> are part of a wide support network.
> --
> Anne Brown
> Manager, Moderator
> Autodesk Product Support discussion groups
> Discussion Q&A: http://www.autodesk.com/discussion
>
>
> "CADDee.com" wrote:
> >
> > I completely understand your frustration with Autode$k, but the
> > difference between them and us is:
> >
> > * We support our product when you buy it. (snip)
*Saadallah, Dean
Message 7 of 7 (416 Views)

Re:

10-16-2001 06:25 AM in reply to: *patrick
Quit beating your head against the wall: lots of free cloud lisp routines
out there, open for you to customize: www.cadalog.com and www.caddepot.com
list quite a few.

--
Dean Saadallah
www.pendean.com
--


"patrick" wrote in message
news:smileyvery-happy:C2C3E518DD1623A6BC9823BB8666C50@in.WebX.maYIadrTaRb...
> you don't understand, miss !!!
> you have mixed everything...
> please refer to previous posts.
> I speak about Autodesk only because I have spent much money for their
> softwares
> Not because there is a direct link with James...or other problem of
software
> support !!!!
>
>
> "Anne Brown" a écrit dans le message
news:
> 3BCA33DF.F0246E44@autodesk.com...
> > James -
> >
> > A bit unfair. If Autodesk did not support their products, this
> > newsgroup would not be here for you to post your remarks. They
> > are part of a wide support network.
> > --
> > Anne Brown
> > Manager, Moderator
> > Autodesk Product Support discussion groups
> > Discussion Q&A: http://www.autodesk.com/discussion
> >
> >
> > "CADDee.com" wrote:
> > >
> > > I completely understand your frustration with Autode$k, but the
> > > difference between them and us is:
> > >
> > > * We support our product when you buy it. (snip)
>
>
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