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Code by Lee Mac simplified for my purpose:
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(defun SsgetMLeaderByDxf15 (PntLst FuzFac)
  (ssget "_X"
      '(0 . "MULTILEADER")
      '(-4 . "<AND")
        '(-4 . ">=,>=,>=")
         (cons 15 (mapcar '- PntLst (list FuzFac FuzFac FuzFac)))
        '(-4 . "<=,<=,<=")
         (cons 15 (mapcar '+ PntLst (list FuzFac FuzFac FuzFac)))
      '(-4 . "AND>")
(SsgetMLeaderByDxf15 '(1905.13 2043.22 0.0) 0.1)
AutoLISP (Vanilla / Visual) / Special ascii character routine
« Last post by GDF on Today at 11:58:58 AM »
Does anyone have a routine for adding a special character to dtext?

I am looking for a check mark symbol.
AutoLISP (Vanilla / Visual) / Re: Ssget "_X" by DXF point with fuzz
« Last post by ribarm on Today at 11:09:41 AM »
Your point list does not have DXF group code... I suppose it should be 10 or 11 or ...
Is it possible to pass a point list with a fuzz factor?
Example: (ssget "_X" (list '(0 . "MULTILEADER") (list 15 999.0 999.0 0.0)))
Since I don't like to keep things in my library that aren't working as supposed to, I've played a little again with 2droof-final.lsp... All I did is quick fix in that "separated" (defun errf ( errn errm ) ... ) that now has 2 arguments both iterating so that every combination of planes is checked... Still it doesn't work in some cases, but in my last DWG - 42 secs.dwg it did the job... As this is quick fix and it is only good if pline don't have too many vertices (planes), you can try 2droof-final-new.lsp... In all other cases where you have too many vertices, don't even think of this - it may finish almost never and still when it finishes the result may be unpredictable... So for this cases (too many vertices) there is mod of it called 2droof-final-quick.lsp... But all in all my vlx - slower than 2droof-final-quick.lsp and in some cases quicker than 2droof-final-new.lsp (too many vertices) yields always the best possible from set reference polygonal closed lwpolyline... So I don't know, I tried again, but this 2d routine is too complex and seems unpredictable no matter its quick (quick version)... Still I think that this my last revision is somewhat better than previously posted lsp... I'll attach them both, and you do what you think is the best...
AutoLISP (Vanilla / Visual) / Re: Happy Birthday DEVITG
« Last post by Crank on Today at 07:26:03 AM »
Land Lubber / Geographically Positioned / Happy Birthday Scott
« Last post by Mark on Today at 07:08:44 AM »
Hope you have a relaxing weekend. :)
AutoLISP (Vanilla / Visual) / Happy Birthday DEVITG
« Last post by Mark on Today at 07:07:52 AM »
Hope you have a great weekend. :)
Thanks  smemo
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