We have used this Lisp routine (moveatt.lsp) in the past to update our title block when the revision sections get full.
There are only 8 revision lines attributed with our title block.
The routine would remove the oldest revision and then shift all remaining revisions down to open up line 8 for use.
I think it was around release 2009 that the routine stopped working for us.
I have attached the lisp routine and a sample of our border.
Can anyone figure out what is wrong with our lisp routine that it will not work in AutoCAD 2012?
Thanks for any help.
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I exclude the timer function,
try the attached file.
moveatt function works, perhaps the external function (timer) is the problem,
that I can't see, if you post it I'll take a look.
Sorry Henrique but I do not know what the external function (timer) is.
Here is the error I get when I run the routine:
"Select drawing Border :; error: no function definition: TIMER"
So It sounds like you are correct it has something to do with the "timer".
If you tell me how to get you that information I will post it.
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