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Posted - November 10 2004 :  1:25:30 PM  Show Profile  Visit Admin's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Hello everyone,

I've attached a file called "delfilters.lsp", this file is typically used to selectively delete layer filters.

I was hoping someone can help modify the file so that it doesn't prompt the user if no layer filters exist. (Causes a stall when used in a script)

Basically, the need is to have a lisp that just deletes ALL layer filters without any frills.

I'm sure this is a "piece of cake" for someone!
Anyone?

Thanks,
Bill
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Posted - November 10 2004 :  2:49:37 PM  Show Profile  Visit Admin's Homepage  Reply with Quote
I hate to reply to my own messages... but I got the better of myself and managed to hack things up enough that they work!

Here is the modified version to remove all layer filters. I've left all the original code in there, in case someone wants to modify it further...

Cheers,
Bill
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cadtastic
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Posted - September 22 2005 :  12:19:59 PM  Show Profile  Visit cadtastic's Homepage  Reply with Quote
I downloaded this lsp file from somewhere else off the web, but if you're the author, than many thanks to you =D

This one lsp "cleans" some of the overloaded drawings that we have by anywhere between 1000% and 3000% (3.5MB -> 350Kb).

Great for saving space!!
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Posted - September 22 2005 :  12:39:13 PM  Show Profile  Visit Admin's Homepage  Reply with Quote
No, I am not the author, Stig Madsen is , I just modified the original idea to remove all the Yes/No etc prompts. He has written something quite handy, I just made it a little more scriptable... I often try to make little tweaks to make them easier to use, if they are required.


If you see anything out there that is handy, don't hesitate to post it in here with instructions!
Regards,
Bill

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