I have AutoCAD Mechanical 2010 on my work computer provided by the company. However, there are several commands I have discovered are not working properly. Among those commands is hatching, rectangles, centerlines and various others. The error I get is the same everytime.
_amrectang ; error: no function definition: GENLADE
amcentline ; error: no function definition: GENLADE
_amconstlines ; error: no function definition: GENLADE
The only thing that changes is the command that is called in the line. Does anybody have an idea what the problem is and if this may just be an option that I have not found. I have the "DemandLoad" set to a value of 3, which I found was a problem on some of the older versions of AutoCAD where the commands were just not loaded into the program at startup.
Thank you for any help provided.
This sounds like the profile is not configured correctly in AutoCAD Mechanical. To see which profiles are loaded, check the list in Options.
1. Type OPTIONS on the Command Line and press Enter.
2. Go to the Profiles tab.
3. You should see something like <<ACADMPP>> and <<VANILLA>> in the available profiles list.
4. Make sure <<ACADMPP>> is selected, and click “Set Current”.
5. Click OK to save the settings and close the dialog.
6. See if your Mechanical specific AM commands work again.
If the problem persists, you can also use the RESET option in profiles tab to reset your profile.
Hope it helps.
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One thing to check: have you broken the acad.lsp or acaddoc.lsp files?
In Mechanical there are some Autodesk loading commands in those (in addition to acad2010.lsp and acaddoc2010.lsp)
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