I used the following marco in autocad LT 2010
In autocad LT 2013 it stil works but i cant see what I'm doing.
The text StartWithNumber isn't shown in the command bar, but when I type in a value its works and
TextInFront is shown in the command bar , but when I want to give it a value only the first letter of wat I'm typing is shown. When I use a second macro that works in combination with this one I can see that the values I give the variables are correct so the macro works but I can't see what I'm doing.
No, I'm using the new Style commandbar. Tried the old commandbar with 3 rows in the display and still don't see the variablenames.
the macro runs on ten computers and on all of them the variables names aren't visible.
No I don't see the variables
I try to explain what is happning:
-I click the button with the macro (the commandbar is blank, nomatter what I do (F2 , make it larger) it stays blank )
-then I type a number and give enter
-Now everything is visible ( before the enter I couldn't see what command was active)
-type in de value for the second variable. (only the first letter is shown, for the rest I can't see what I'm doing)
A couple of screen shots would do wonders in helping to show/explain what's happening
A picture is better than a thousand words.
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I think someone with ready access to LT2013 can test this without a screenshot, the description is pretty clear: I can't right now so I have no ability to do so.
If the isssue as described can be repeated, there will be no end-user fix as the problem is a core LT2013 inability to echo the macro in the text screen. It will need to be reported as a bug.
SWAG: MENUECHO perhaps?
Initial value: 0
Sets menu echo and prompt control bits.
The value is the sum of the following:
Suppresses echo of menu items (^P in a menu item toggles echoing)
Suppresses display of system prompts during menu
Disables ^P toggle of menu echoing
Displays input/output strings; debugging aid for DIESEL macros
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