Visual LISP, AutoLISP and General Customization

Visual LISP, AutoLISP and General Customization

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acad(2009).exe /Automation does not start invisibly

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01-08-2009 05:04 PM
Has anybody else seen this?
Is there some new way to achieve this effect?

Under autocad 2009, my com interop app is opening a full new autocad session window on every "new AcadApplication()"...
This did not happen in earlier versions. I can certainly do "app.Visible = false;" after it has started, but I am spawning many, many instances and it is really annoying to to see acad startup every time...

From a command line, earlier versions will run "acad /Automation" invisibly. But not 2009..


Thanx, Bert
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Re: acad(2009).exe /Automation does not start invisibly

01-09-2009 07:06 AM in reply to: bswackha


Hi,

 

You are in the wrong forum and although a few
people here are VBA fluent, mos tlikely you woon't have your
answer

 

Try
autodesk.autocad.customization.vba

 

Regards


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Has
anybody else seen this? Is there some new way to achieve this effect? Under
autocad 2009, my com interop app is opening a full new autocad session window
on every "new AcadApplication()"... This did not happen in earlier versions. I
can certainly do "app.Visible = false;" after it has started, but I am
spawning many, many instances and it is really annoying to to see acad startup
every time... From a command line, earlier versions will run "acad
/Automation" invisibly. But not 2009.. Thanx, Bert
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