Visual LISP, AutoLISP and General Customization

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*The Dark Princess
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hatch in 2009

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03-20-2009 02:32 PM
How does one detect a hatch that is addociative but has no boundary?

TDP
*A+P
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Re: hatch in 2009

03-20-2009 03:20 PM in reply to: *The Dark Princess
You can use the HATCHEDIT command, select the hatch, click on the Recreate
Boundary boundary and this time associate the Polyline to the hatch.

Paul

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> How does one detect a hatch that is addociative but has no boundary?
>
> TDP
*The Dark Princess
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Re: hatch in 2009

03-20-2009 03:22 PM in reply to: *The Dark Princess
Thanks. I was hoping to test whether the hatch was associative without
boundary to prevent an error.
I have several means to recreate the boundary, one of which is hatchedit.

TDP


"A+P" wrote in message
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You can use the HATCHEDIT command, select the hatch, click on the Recreate
Boundary boundary and this time associate the Polyline to the hatch.

Paul

"The Dark Princess" wrote in message
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> How does one detect a hatch that is addociative but has no boundary?
>
> TDP
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