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    Question Auto number attribute lisp fix

    Hey guys,

    I need some help altering this LISP routin I found on the web.

    The routin allows you to select an attribute in a block (the block may contain alot of attributes), then asks you for a start number, then asks for which blocks to number. Then auto numbers the selected blocks (randomly) starting with the number you entered earlier.

    The general principle is perfect and it almost works exactly how I need it to with the following problems,

    1) It doesn't number the blocks in the order you select them in. (it would be nice to see the numbers entered as you select the block)
    2) You can't add abbreviations to the auto number eg. RW1, SW1, 10-1 (1 being the auto number).
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    Default Re: Auto number attribute lisp fix

    not a fix, but maybe something here will do what you want
    http://asmitools.com/Files/Programs.html

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    Default Re: Auto number attribute lisp fix

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    Default Re: Auto number attribute lisp fix

    Here's one I created a while back ... allows prefix, suffix, minimum digits (those 0001, 0002, etc.) and does increments with Alpa numerals as well (used a lot with grid-lines, although I've removed the I and O characters from that, easy to add back though add to list on 21st line in LSP).
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    Default Re: Auto number attribute lisp fix

    Quote Originally Posted by Zuke View Post
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    Default Re: Auto number attribute lisp fix

    Thank you... i used lpseifert's link and found a lisp routine that sort of works... it will do for now...

    "num.lsp."
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    Exclamation Re: Auto number attribute lisp fix

    Quote Originally Posted by irneb View Post
    Here's one I created a while back ... allows prefix, suffix, minimum digits (those 0001, 0002, etc.) and does increments with Alpa numerals as well (used a lot with grid-lines, although I've removed the I and O characters from that, easy to add back though add to list on 21st line in LSP).
    i try this but nothing happen..@ command type "increment" hit enter..nothing..
    donno how to dis
    but i'll do my best

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    Default Re: Auto number attribute lisp fix

    Are you sure you saved both files to a support folder & loaded the LSP? Could you copy the error shown at command line? (If hidden press F2 for text screen)
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    Exclamation Re: Auto number attribute lisp fix

    Quote Originally Posted by irneb View Post
    Are you sure you saved both files to a support folder & loaded the LSP? Could you copy the error shown at command line? (If hidden press F2 for text screen)
    Code:
    Command:
    Command: appload
    Increment.lsp successfully loaded.
    
    
    Command:
    Command:
    Command: increment
    *Cancel*
    
    Command: appload
    Increment.lsp successfully loaded.
    Increment.lsp successfully loaded.
    
    
    Command:
    Command:
    Command:
    Command: increment
    *Cancel*
    
    Command: increment
    *Cancel*
    both files had been save on one folder.

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    Default Re: Auto number attribute lisp fix

    It sounds as if it can't find the dialog file (DCL). Is the folder you saved these to under your Support Search Path? Tools --> Options --> Files tab --> Support File Search Path. It has to be saved under any one of these, or you need to add that folder to these paths ... otherwise it won't be able to find this file.

    If you don't want to have them saved under one of these folders, then you can use the Visual Lisp compiled file attached. It includes both LSP & DCL and can be saved wherever you want. It can just not be edited. Extract the VLX from the ZIP to the folder of your choice ... for some reason AUGI doesn't allow upload of VLX files.
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