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    I have created a script that inserts a drawing file into a drawing and then
    starts appload, loads a lisp routine, and then starts the lisp routine. The drawing
    file is just to import a text and dimension style.

    However, it is stopping after the appload command. The appload window pops
    up and I can pick the lisp I want loaded but it doesn't get loaded and I have to
    load the lisp manually.

    Ironically, the script keeps on going despite the lisp not getting loaded and a
    message pops up saying unknown command "T2.lsp"

    Here is the script:

    Insert
    C:\bed
    0,0



    appload
    t2.lsp

    t2

    Any Ideas?
    Thanks

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    Default Re: Script bogging down

    Quote Originally Posted by rickowilmath768597 View Post
    I have created a script that inserts a drawing file into a drawing and then
    starts appload, loads a lisp routine, and then starts the lisp routine. The drawing
    file is just to import a text and dimension style.

    However, it is stopping after the appload command. The appload window pops
    up and I can pick the lisp I want loaded but it doesn't get loaded and I have to
    load the lisp manually.

    Ironically, the script keeps on going despite the lisp not getting loaded and a
    message pops up saying unknown command "T2.lsp"

    Here is the script:

    Insert
    C:\bed
    0,0



    appload
    t2.lsp

    t2

    Any Ideas?
    Thanks
    Well I don't think you can/should use the appload command, you should be using (load: <lisp>)
    Consider this (not tested)
    Code:
    insert
    c:\bed
    0,0
    
    
    
    (load "t2.lsp")
    t2
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