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    I have a lisp routine which returns a error message since my upgrade from AutoCad MEP 2008 to AutoCad MEP 2012. New to reading code and very eager to learn.

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    Default Re: connection-pt.lsp error

    Perhaps if you post your code, we'd have a better chance of being able to help you.

    [Edit] When you do (post your code), please be sure to use [CODE ] Tags
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    Question Re: connection-pt.lsp error

    I made a attempt to attach the routine and it did not send. Company IT department has a filter block on uploads. I will try again once permission is granted. Must think this is a social site like facebook or something.

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    Default Re: connection-pt.lsp error

    No need to upload the file, per-se... Open the .LSP in any text editor (i.e., Notepad, Notepad++), and copy the contents... Then paste them here in the body of a post (within code tags).
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    Default Re: connection-pt.lsp error

    Code:
    ;;;CONNECTION POINT SYMBOL
    (Defun c:connect-pt (/ sf pt1 pt2 a la text)
      (if glbsf
        (setq sf glbsf)
        (setq sf (getreal "\nEnter scale factor: "))
      )
      (load "mmci-variable")
      (setvar "osmode" 1)
      (setvar "orthomode" 1)
      (setq	pt1 (getpoint
    	      "\nPick end of duct at side where symbol is desired: "
    	    )
      )					;setq
      (setvar "osmode" 0)
      (setq	pt2  (getpoint
    	       pt1
    	       "\n Pick center of symbol location (toggle F8 if ortho snap is not desired): "
    	     )
    	a    (ang_d (angle pt1 pt2))
    	la   (getvar "clayer")
    	text (tblsearch "layer" "_M_TEXT")
      )					;setq
      (if (null text)
        (command "layer" "m" "_M_TEXT" "c" 7 "" "")
      )					;if
      (setvar "cmdecho" 0)
      (command "layer"
    	   "s"
    	   "_M_TEXT"
    	   ""
    	   "line"
    	   pt1
    	   pt2
    	   ""
    	   "insert"
    	   "conpt.dwg"
    	   pt2
    	   (/ sf 48.0)
    	   ""
    	   a
    	   "layer"
    	   "s"
    	   la
    	   ""
      )					;command
      (load "prsnl-variable")
      (setvar "cmdecho" 1)
      (princ)
    )					;defun
    Last edited by Opie; 2013-05-31 at 04:07 PM. Reason: [code] tags added ~Opie

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    Default Re: connection-pt.lsp error

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    Please edit your post to use [CODE ] Tags... See the link provided in post #2 of this thread for more information.
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    Default Re: connection-pt.lsp error

    Code:
    ;;;CONNECTION POINT SYMBOL
    (Defun c:connect-pt (/ sf pt1 pt2 a la text)
      (if glbsf
        (setq sf glbsf)
        (setq sf (getreal "\nEnter scale factor: "))
      )
      (load "mmci-variable")
      (setvar "osmode" 1)
      (setvar "orthomode" 1)
      (setq	pt1 (getpoint
    	      "\nPick end of duct at side where symbol is desired: "
    	    )
      )					;setq
      (setvar "osmode" 0)
      (setq	pt2  (getpoint
    	       pt1
    	       "\n Pick center of symbol location (toggle F8 if ortho snap is not desired): "
    	     )
    	a    (ang_d (angle pt1 pt2))
    	la   (getvar "clayer")
    	text (tblsearch "layer" "_M_TEXT")
      )					;setq
      (if (null text)
        (command "layer" "m" "_M_TEXT" "c" 7 "" "")
      )					;if
      (setvar "cmdecho" 0)
      (command "layer"
    	   "s"
    	   "_M_TEXT"
    	   ""
    	   "line"
    	   pt1
    	   pt2
    	   ""
    	   "insert"
    	   "conpt.dwg"
    	   pt2
    	   (/ sf 48.0)
    	   ""
    	   a
    	   "layer"
    	   "s"
    	   la
    	   ""
      )					;command
      (load "prsnl-variable")
      (setvar "cmdecho" 1)
      (princ)
    )					;defun
    Last edited by Opie; 2013-06-18 at 09:31 PM. Reason: [CODE] tags added ~Opie

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    Default Re: connection-pt.lsp error

    Perhaps you should re-read this... Again:

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    Default Re: connection-pt.lsp error

    Not familar with MEP, but enter
    Code:
     (findfile "mmci-variable")
    &
    Code:
     (findfile "prsnl-variable")
    at the command line. Did they return paths or nil? What is the error message from the routine?
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    Default Re: connection-pt.lsp error

    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Beauford View Post
    Not familar with MEP, but enter
    Code:
     (findfile "mmci-variable")
    &
    Code:
     (findfile "prsnl-variable")
    at the command line. Did they return paths or nil? What is the error message from the routine?
    Both (findfile "mmci-variable") and (findfile "prsnl-variable") returned nil

    error: no function definition: ANG_D

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