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ScottMC

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Re: using lisp command transparently
« Reply #15 on: November 18, 2017, 07:06:19 pm »
How do I keep from adding 'SAA to APPLOAD to get it to operate immediately? I've added (vl-load-com) which helped some but still cancels the first working command with "Initializing... till I ESC it then it works.  that's me -->  :idiot2:

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Re: using lisp command transparently
« Reply #16 on: November 18, 2017, 09:47:05 pm »
Hi Scott,

Not sure I understand your question exactly.

I load this sort of stuff from my menu.MNL file or from my ACAD.LSP file.
with something like
(load "kdub_snapto.LSP")


Are you trying to Autoload it ??
with something like
(autoload "kdub_snapto.LSP" '("SAA" "kdub:snapto"))

I'm not sure if that would work ... and don't have AutoCAD handy to test

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