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    Default Re: command alias

    Quote Originally Posted by chrisw.94380
    It doesn't show the command name and when I bring up the text window it does not do it either. It seems as though commands that are specifically for land desktop do not have a command name that I can find. Is there a way to define a command without knowing the original command if there is one. Or another way to run that command in a lisp routine. thank you
    check the MENUECHO System Variable

    Type: Integer
    Not saved
    Initial value: 0

    Sets menu echo and prompt control bits. The value is the sum of the following:
    1 Suppresses echo of menu items (^P in a menu item toggles echoing)

    2 Suppresses display of system prompts during menu

    4 Disables ^P toggle of menu echoing

    8 Displays input/output strings; debugging aid for DIESEL macros
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    I am using ADT 2007 08/06/2008

    PS. If you use any Code I post or Down Load Attachment I would like to know if it was helpful. So please post reply to this thread, on how you use the code or down load. Thank You

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    Default Re: command alias

    Quote Originally Posted by chrisw.94380
    ^C^C^C^P(er_mnl)(zz_sdsk '(er_grdplnslp));LDD

    This is what it says when I go to button properties in the customize menu. The other commands that I am looking at also have this same format more or less. This part is listed in macro associated with this button.
    I am not sure what these commands do but, you should be able to paste this (er_mnl)(zz_sdsk '(er_grdplnslp)) at the command line and get your command to run. Maybe someone else in here uses LDD and can explain another way to run this command or acheive the same results as what this command does.

    Here are some links similar to yours
    http://discussion.autodesk.com/threa...hreadID=398551
    http://discussion.autodesk.com/threa...hreadID=331509

    This might give you some insight on how to work with these commands.

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    Default Re: command alias

    Quote Originally Posted by mathew.worland
    I am not sure what these commands do but, you should be able to paste this (er_mnl)(zz_sdsk '(er_grdplnslp)) at the command line and get your command to run. Maybe someone else in here uses LDD and can explain another way to run this command or acheive the same results as what this command does.

    Here are some links similar to yours
    http://discussion.autodesk.com/threa...hreadID=398551
    http://discussion.autodesk.com/threa...hreadID=331509

    This might give you some insight on how to work with these commands.
    They look like they are lisp routines already, and they may not allow additional input through lisp to run. Some lisp commands do not allow input through lisp (ie getXXX commands).
    If you have a technical question, please find the appropriate forum and ask it there.
    You will get a quicker response from your fellow AUGI members than if you sent it to me via a PM or email.
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