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MLEADERTSYLE - Changing a Property (SCALE) via .NET DLL

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07-19-2011 02:15 PM

Is there a way to change a MLEADERSTYLE Property..specifically....SCALE.....via .NET?

 

Not sure there is a way to do it with LISP..

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Re: MLEADERTSYLE - Changing a Property (SCALE) via .NET DLL

07-19-2011 02:21 PM in reply to: jerry.bryant

No yet in .NET API,

 I do not think they added it in 2012,

 but here is a way

http://www.theswamp.org/index.php?topic=31861.msg386494#msg386494

 

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Re: MLEADERTSYLE - Changing a Property (SCALE) via .NET DLL

07-19-2011 02:31 PM in reply to: Jeffrey_H

Got a VB.NET version?.....thx

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Re: MLEADERTSYLE - Changing a Property (SCALE) via .NET DLL

07-19-2011 03:20 PM in reply to: jerry.bryant

What year are you using?

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Re: MLEADERTSYLE - Changing a Property (SCALE) via .NET DLL

07-19-2011 03:24 PM in reply to: Jeffrey_H

VS 2010

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Re: MLEADERTSYLE - Changing a Property (SCALE) via .NET DLL

07-19-2011 03:31 PM in reply to: jerry.bryant

Sorry I meant what year of AutoCAD.

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Re: MLEADERTSYLE - Changing a Property (SCALE) via .NET DLL

07-20-2011 06:01 AM in reply to: Jeffrey_H

AutoCAD 2011.

 

I have since received a way of doing this using Visual LISP in another post....so my problem is solved.

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