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Tranferring custom commands from Autocad to Autocad LT (Mac)

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vargas.jna
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Tranferring custom commands from Autocad to Autocad LT (Mac)

I'll be switching from Autocad to Autocad LT (still on the same Mac) in about a month and was wondering if there was a way to get all my custom commands and aliases from one to another, without having to manually write and modify everything from scratch.

 

thanks in advance

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maxim_k
in reply to: vargas.jna

Hi @vargas.jna ,

 

You can migrate customizations from one AutoCAD for Mac version to another, but I don't think that it is possible to automate the migration of custom settings from full AutoCAD to LT.

You can do this only manually.

 


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pendean
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... also, if any of your "custom commands" include commands (or LISP) that are not in LT as a core feature, they will not suddenly run in LT either.

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vargas.jna
in reply to: vargas.jna

@maxim_k  too bad, thanks for letting me know. I guess I'll have to take a bit of time inputting everything all over again...

 

@pendean yes I am aware. The one command I used a lot that won't be available in LT is FLATTEN. Super handy even in 2D drawing (mainly when working on imported/received files). But oh well, I will have to learn to live without it.

 

Thank you both

 

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pendean
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@vargas.jna wrote:

@pendean yes I am aware. The one command I used a lot that won't be available in LT is FLATTEN. Super handy even in 2D drawing (mainly when working on imported/received files). But oh well, I will have to learn to live without it.


Explore this (scroll down to "To flatten a drawing manually or in AutoCAD LT" then read through to the end) https://knowledge.autodesk.com/support/autocad/learn-explore/caas/sfdcarticles/sfdcarticles/how-to-f...

 

Understand that these only move content to Z=0, but will not edit/change the content from 3D to 2D.

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