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    Default visibility states

    Good night,

    You can indicate in the lisp visibility states that should be visible from a dynamic block?

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    Default Re: visibility states

    realized within the block editor you can access through command _.bvstate and choose the state, so in this case the lisp has to access the block and insert this information, does anyone have idea how to do this?

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    Default Re: visibility states

    Quote Originally Posted by luislhss View Post
    Good night,

    You can indicate in the lisp visibility states that should be visible from a dynamic block?
    Quote Originally Posted by luislhss View Post
    realized within the block editor you can access through command _.bvstate and choose the state, so in this case the lisp has to access the block and insert this information, does anyone have idea how to do this?
    Well not really luislhss. Properties panel can do that much easier than going thru _bedit and _bvstate. Tell us what are you wanting to do exactly? change the visibility default to something else?

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    Yes .. I want to insert the block using lisp (I'm using command) and so inserted change the visibility status.

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    how can I change the default visibility through lisp?
    If I use the control panel to do this using lisp?

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    Default Re: visibility states

    Quote Originally Posted by luislhss View Post
    how can I change the default visibility through lisp?
    If I use the control panel to do this using lisp?
    Forgive me luislhss, For whatever reason you need to change the "DEFAULT" visibility for every insert escapes me. You probably meant visibility state and not DEFAULT visibility. Now if you really meant DEFAULT then change the source block once then you're all set.

    What i'm saying luislhss is. Changing the visibility state after the fact via _properties which is way easier than writing a code for that.

    Or you create a button for inserting the block Tool Palette [ctrl 3]

    Code:
    ^C^C_Insert "blockname" \\\ (sssetfirst nil (ssadd (entlast)))
    Block Selected at the ready.

    Maybe you want change for multiple block visibility?

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    Default Re: visibility states

    Really need to indicate the status of the visilibilidade lisp, as will enter through a pad array and through which the visibility is necessary to indicate that the block to be active as they are within the same block 8.

    How do I display this in lisp?

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    Default Re: visibility states

    FWIW - This old post may be of use.
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    Default Re: visibility states

    thank you very much.
    I will look.

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