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1 Re:Try this on Wed Mar 24, 2010 5:37 pm

thats cool santa

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2 re: try this on Wed Mar 24, 2010 2:04 pm

We are doing that in all our AutoCAD machines. It feels good when students ask - "How did you do this?"

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3 Re: Try this.. on Wed Mar 24, 2010 1:52 pm

If you are working with AutoCAD 2010,
Find acad2010doc.lsp in the folder …….\Program Files\AutoCAD 2010\Support\
Open it in notepad,
add a line

(setvar "modemacro" "CADCENTER ‘THE BEST TRAINING CENTER IN INDIA’")

in the right position as shown below:




(defun c:vlisp ()
(if (/= nil c:vlide) (c:vlide))
)

(setvar "modemacro" "CADCENTER ‘THE BEST TRAINING CENTER IN INDIA’")

(princ "loaded.")

;; Silent load.
(princ)




It will come automatically when you open AutoCAD next time.

Check it…

Sanoj
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4 Re: Try this.. on Wed Mar 24, 2010 10:59 am

Sanoj PD wrote:In the AutoCAD command prompt give command ‘Modemacro’ give your name when it aske for a new value. Check what the difference with the new AutoCAD interface…is. ..

Sanoj
Cochin
lol!

Wow thats really cool...Could you give some method to automate that process while AutoCAD starts....

Thanks for that...

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5 Try this.. on Tue Mar 23, 2010 6:10 pm

In the AutoCAD command prompt give command ‘Modemacro’ give your name when it aske for a new value. Check what the difference with the new AutoCAD interface…is. ..

Sanoj
Cochin
lol!

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