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Sam

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Re: Standard DCL question?
« Reply #30 on: May 22, 2012, 08:45:59 AM »
What I was showing with the VPT command routine, was that the MPL can be applied to set the VPORT scale. In modelspace its global, with VPT it is view port specific.

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Command: vpt

   ACAD & Custom linetypes are loaded with General Layers!!
Error - linetype load failed for SML-DASH2
#<%catch-all-apply-error%>
#<%catch-all-apply-error%>



   Select first corner of window opening:

   Select opposite corner of window opening:

      Scale list being loaded, Please be patient......



16 scales added
 My Scale List Begins....
; error: no function definition: SET_TILE_LIST

Command:
Command: *Cancel*

Command: *Cancel*

Command: MPL

      Scale list being loaded, Please be patient......



0 scales added
 My Scale List Begins....
; error: no function definition: SET_TILE_LIST
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KewlToyZ

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Re: Standard DCL question?
« Reply #31 on: May 23, 2012, 12:12:55 PM »
Ahh forgot about the custom line types.
And You don't seem to have the MPL.dcl file loading?

Sam

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Re: Standard DCL question?
« Reply #32 on: May 24, 2012, 02:23:42 AM »
Ahh forgot about the custom line types.
And You don't seem to have the MPL.dcl file loading?

dear sir,
 same error again
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Command: VPT
CMDECHO
Enter new value for CMDECHO <1>: 0
   ACAD & Custom linetypes are loaded with General Layers!!



   Select first corner of window opening:

   Select opposite corner of window opening:

      Scale list being loaded, Please be patient......



32 scales added
 My Scale List Begins....
; error: no function definition: SET_TILE_LIST

Command: *Cancel*

Command: *Cancel*

Command:   <Switching to: Model>
Restoring cached viewports.

Command: mpl

      Scale list being loaded, Please be patient......


 mspace set.

0 scales added
 My Scale List Begins....
; error: no function definition: SET_TILE_LIST
one more attachments to be cont...
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Sam

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Re: Standard DCL question?
« Reply #33 on: May 24, 2012, 02:24:28 AM »
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KewlToyZ

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Re: Standard DCL question?
« Reply #34 on: May 24, 2012, 09:15:28 AM »
Ahh forgot about the custom line types.
And You don't seem to have the MPL.dcl file loading?

dear sir,
 same error again
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Command: VPT
CMDECHO
Enter new value for CMDECHO <1>: 0
   ACAD & Custom linetypes are loaded with General Layers!!



   Select first corner of window opening:

   Select opposite corner of window opening:

      Scale list being loaded, Please be patient......



32 scales added
 My Scale List Begins....
; error: no function definition: SET_TILE_LIST

Command: *Cancel*

Command: *Cancel*

Command:   <Switching to: Model>
Restoring cached viewports.

Command: mpl

      Scale list being loaded, Please be patient......


 mspace set.

0 scales added
 My Scale List Begins....
; error: no function definition: SET_TILE_LIST
one more attachments to be cont...

I cannot duplicate the SET_TILE_LIST error in 2012?
Are you using an annotative drawing template?
Annotative Scales could be preventing this from working.

KewlToyZ

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Re: Standard DCL question?
« Reply #35 on: May 24, 2012, 09:38:36 AM »
Check these variables in your drawing for me.

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(command "ANNOTATIVEDWG" 0)   ; Specifies whether or not the drawing will behave as an annotative block when inserted into another drawing - 0 = False
; 0    Nonannotative
; 1    Annotative
; Note   The ANNOTATIVEDWG system variable becomes read-only if the drawing contains annotative objects.

;  (princ "\n")
(command "ANNOAUTOSCALE" -4)
;   Updates annotative objects to support the annotation scale when the annotation scale is changed.
;   When the value is negative, the autoscale functionality is turned off, but the settings are maintained:
; 1   Adds the newly set annotation scale to annotative objects that support the current scale except for those on layers that are turned off, frozen, locked or that are set to Viewport > Freeze.
; -1    ANNOAUTOSCALE is turned off, but when turned back on is set to 1.
; 2   Adds the newly set annotation scale to annotative objects that support the current scale except for those on layers that are turned off, frozen, or that are set to Viewport > Freeze.
; -2    ANNOAUTOSCALE is turned off, but when turned back on is set to 2.
; 3   Adds the newly set annotation scale to annotative objects that support the current scale except for those on layers that are locked.
; -3   ANNOAUTOSCALE is turned off, but when turned back on is set to 3.
; 4   Adds the newly set annotation scale to all annotative objects that support the current scale.
; -4    ANNOAUTOSCALE is turned off, but when turned back on is set to 4.


(command "ANNOALLVISIBLE" 1)   ;   Hides or displays annotative objects that do not support the current annotation scale.
;   The ANNOALLVISIBLE setting is saved individually for model space and each layout.
;   Note   When ANNOALLVISIBLE is set to 1, annotative objects that support more than one scale will only display one scale representation.
;   0   Only annotative objects that support the current annotation scale are displayed
;   1    All annotative objects are displayed


Sam

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Re: Standard DCL question?
« Reply #36 on: May 25, 2012, 06:13:23 AM »
Check these variables in your drawing for me.

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(command "ANNOTATIVEDWG" 0)   ; Specifies whether or not the drawing will behave as an annotative block when inserted into another drawing - 0 = False
; 0    Nonannotative
; 1    Annotative
; Note   The ANNOTATIVEDWG system variable becomes read-only if the drawing contains annotative objects.

;  (princ "\n")
(command "ANNOAUTOSCALE" -4)
;   Updates annotative objects to support the annotation scale when the annotation scale is changed.
;   When the value is negative, the autoscale functionality is turned off, but the settings are maintained:
; 1   Adds the newly set annotation scale to annotative objects that support the current scale except for those on layers that are turned off, frozen, locked or that are set to Viewport > Freeze.
; -1    ANNOAUTOSCALE is turned off, but when turned back on is set to 1.
; 2   Adds the newly set annotation scale to annotative objects that support the current scale except for those on layers that are turned off, frozen, or that are set to Viewport > Freeze.
; -2    ANNOAUTOSCALE is turned off, but when turned back on is set to 2.
; 3   Adds the newly set annotation scale to annotative objects that support the current scale except for those on layers that are locked.
; -3   ANNOAUTOSCALE is turned off, but when turned back on is set to 3.
; 4   Adds the newly set annotation scale to all annotative objects that support the current scale.
; -4    ANNOAUTOSCALE is turned off, but when turned back on is set to 4.


(command "ANNOALLVISIBLE" 1)   ;   Hides or displays annotative objects that do not support the current annotation scale.
;   The ANNOALLVISIBLE setting is saved individually for model space and each layout.
;   Note   When ANNOALLVISIBLE is set to 1, annotative objects that support more than one scale will only display one scale representation.
;   0   Only annotative objects that support the current annotation scale are displayed
;   1    All annotative objects are displayed


dear sir
chk variables
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Command: ANNOAUTOSCALE

Enter new value for ANNOAUTOSCALE <-4>: *Cancel*

Command: ANNOALLVISIBLE

Enter new value for ANNOALLVISIBLE <1>: *Cancel*

Command: ANNOTATIVEDWG

Enter new value for ANNOTATIVEDWG <0>: *Cancel*
« Last Edit: May 25, 2012, 06:18:57 AM by Sam »
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