Visual LISP, AutoLISP and General Customization

Visual LISP, AutoLISP and General Customization

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Creative Autolisp split view

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08-08-2012 09:18 AM

Hi all.

I are use Autocad structure detaling 2013.

Please tutorial write lisp  split view same video.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=endscreen&v=-krtEmc7UPs&NR=1

 

Thanks

 

I can't do a video, but the attached drawing (Acad2004) shows the stages with simple notes that you could translate.

 

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Look, have you tried the manual method - it doesn't take that long once you have the base viewport set up.

 

A lisp will only save a few seconds each time you need to create 'sub-views' so unless you plan to use this several times every day, it is not even worth the time to write a lisp.

 

While you have been waiting for someone to write a lisp for you, you could have tried and used the manual method - it is not difficult.

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Re: Creative Autolisp split view

08-08-2012 07:36 PM in reply to: A.wikipedia

Please hlep me

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Re: Creative Autolisp split view

08-08-2012 10:00 PM in reply to: A.wikipedia

Hi,

 

Please post a description of your problem  in your native language.

 

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Re: Creative Autolisp split view

08-09-2012 06:50 AM in reply to: A.wikipedia

HI. I'm vietnamme

You can  write lisp "split view" same video.

thanks.

 

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Re: Creative Autolisp split view

08-09-2012 08:15 AM in reply to: A.wikipedia

Hi,

 

Sorry I can't understand or guess what yo need. Try using Google translator from Vietnamese to English.

 

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Re: Creative Autolisp split view

08-14-2012 06:09 PM in reply to: gasty1001

HI

Thanks you.

I am use Autocad 2013 detaling structure.
I want to write a lisp command "MVIEW". Like youtube video.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=endscreen&v=-krtEmc7UPs&NR=1

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Re: Creative Autolisp split view

08-15-2012 09:32 AM in reply to: A.wikipedia

Up load your dwg 

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Re: Creative Autolisp split view

08-15-2012 10:00 AM in reply to: A.wikipedia

Or send it to the email at the attached file 

 

 

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Re: Creative Autolisp split view

08-16-2012 02:11 AM in reply to: A.wikipedia

You don't need a lisp to create the sectionalised and subsequently composite views.

 

In paperspace using the overall viewport from which you need to make your sectionalised set of views (having set it up using MVIEW) you COPY the viewport on top of itself the same number of times you need a diferent piece of the whole.

 

Then, you click/select on the viewport (only one - which will be the last copy) and then click on each of the appropriate corners to make the selection of the specific part of the underlying part of modelspace.

 

You repeat that with each of the other copies by ensuring that you select the next one by clicking away from the last adjusted viewport, on any of the remaining copies, creating a different viewport area with each one.

 

When you have all your viewports covering the sections of the modelspace that you require, you simply do what the video demonstrated by selecting them and moving to a new part of you paperspace and aligning them to suit what you wish to print/plot.

 

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Re: Creative Autolisp split view

08-16-2012 06:16 PM in reply to: Gordon_S

Thanks you Gordon. I do not understand very much.

can you give me an example with video???

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