Category Archives: AutoLISP: Attributes

AutoLISP: Align Attributes

Here is a simple yet helpful LISP routine that will let you align you attributes after they have been added to a block. It allows you to align them either vertically (up & down) or vertically (side-to-side). Note: This routine … Continue reading

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AutoLISP: Text Calculator by LM

Last Spring, I asked Lee Mac for a program to help me with my job at the time and he delivered. You can find the program here. What it does is allow you to select various text objects whether they … Continue reading

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AutoLISP: Individual Attribute Visibility Toggle

Here’s another great routine by Lee Mac. If you have ever needed to turn on or off a specific attribute, and used the BATTMAN (Block ATTribute MANager) command, you know that it toggles on or off the attribute you specify … Continue reading

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AutoLISP: Attribute Visibility Toggle

Another simple but sweet routine. Sure this can be done through the command BATTMAN but this LISP routine saves clicks and picks… You simply select the blocks that contain attributes that you want to toggle on or off. Here’s how: … Continue reading

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