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2004-08-09, 12:27 AM
We have just updated to ACADLT2005. We also are currently using ADT2004 ion another machine. On our older version of ADT and ACADLT We were able to change walls and doors etc in LT by using the properties duologue box which was great, but since installing ACADLT2005 we are unable to do this. What would I have done wrong
2004-08-09, 12:42 AM
Try looking here:
This page suggest that No Object Enabler is required.
I believe the answer lies in the Proxy graphics settings.
They must be enabled.
2004-08-09, 02:30 AM
Yes I tried that web page as well. any other suggestions on how I can change between different door/wall styles.
2004-08-09, 04:32 AM
The various door and window style will only be
available in ADT.
Take a look at PROXYSHOW System Variable
PROXYNOTICE system variable
PROXYGRAPHICS system variable
PROXYWEBSEARCH system variable
A proxy object is a substitute for a custom object when the ObjectARX application that created the custom object is not available to AutoCAD or other host applications. Later, when the application is available to AutoCAD, the proxy object is replaced by the custom object.
Proxy objects have significantly reduced capabilities compared to their corresponding custom objects. The extent to which proxy objects can be edited is determined by the parent ObjectARX application. For example, operations such as erasing and moving an object, or changing object properties may or may not be possible on a proxy object depending on the application that created it.
When you open a drawing, you might see a Proxy Information dialog box. The dialog box tells you the total number of proxy objects in the drawing (both graphical and nongraphical) and the name of the missing application and provides additional information about the proxy object type and display state. You can use the dialog box to control the display of proxy objects.
2004-08-18, 10:59 PM
I just found out last week that the new Acad Lt 2005 no longer supports AEC Objects enables that you are able to modify styles.
Yes you where able to do this on older versions of LT. But Autodesk have removed this function of the New LT software.
This info came from Salessoft NZ
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