I have always loved using the TEDIT command from the express tools. I know it was retired some time ago but has been functional anyway. Seems to be broken now in the 2015 version. When I am finished selecting objects, all I get is this at the command line: <Entity name: FF183C00>
So.. Any alternate command that functions like TEDIT allowing you to select any type of anotaion object and edit them in the order selected? Or a fix for the TEDIT.lsp file to get it working again?
Did not migrate, always start with a clean install. Using AutoCAD Architecture 2015. Tired it on dtext, mtext, dimensions... does not work. Seems to work on attributes within blocks though.. wierd.
Command: TEDIT Select objects: 1 found Select objects: Unknown command "DDEDIT". Press F1 for help. <Entity name: FFAAAAE0>
Manually ran ddedit on the objects and that command works as expected. I attached the lisp (as text) if anyone wants to look at it. Maybe it's not the original tedit lisp from the express tools? Though I have been using it for years and thats where I remember pulling it from.
If you look at the command string that I posted, it seems that when you run tedit, it invokes ddedit on the selected objects. But in the command string it says that ddedit is an unknown command. So I ran ddedit manually to see if that command was actually working (it is) but for some reason, tedit is broken and not invoking it correctly (I am assuming). But tedit still does not work.
Apples and Oranges.
DDEDIT in 2015 is a shortcut in your PGP file. It does not exist as a core command anymore. Look it up.
The ET is calling the core command, it's not there, so it fails.
TEDIT works fine here in plain AutoCAD 2015. See this recent discussion with a similar issue as yours and the same fix I'm suggesting, so that we don;t keep going on about this thread
Didn't notce that about DDEDIT. So I looked at the lisp file that I have tor tedit and changed the entry for DDEDIT to TEXTEDIT but it still doesnt work. Would you mind posting your tedit lisp so I can compare? Clearly if yours is fine then mine got messed up somewhere.
There is no TEDIT lisp file in EXPRESS folder in 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011 here. Is it called or located somewhere else?
Are you using the old TEDIT.LSP file from Jason Piercey, circa the year 2003, that was put out there to compensate for R2004 not having it for some reason? Are you still dragging that one around by chance?
It is the orignal Autodesk version. They removed it around 2004 for whatever reason but said it was still compatable. Worked for me up to 2014. Guess something changed in 2015. I'll try the one you posted.
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