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Ddscale

Casey

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I would like to get DDS (DDSCALE) to stick so I don't have to keep reloading it through APPLOAD. I've gone into my PGP file and it is there (dds, *ddscale), but everyday I open AutoCAD and try to use DDS, it can't find the command. Any suggestions?
 

TommieR

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Re: DDScale

I would like to get DDS (DDSCALE) to stick so I don't have to keep reloading it through APPLOAD. I've gone into my PGP file and it is there (dds, *ddscale), but everyday I open AutoCAD and try to use DDS, it can't find the command. Any suggestions?
Is DDSCALE a lisp routine? If so, you have two options: If DDSCALE is a lisp routine or an arx, dvb, dbx, vlx, or fas file type: 1. Appload 2. Select the "Contents..." command button underneath the briefcase icon near the bottom right corner of the Load/Unload Applications dialog box. 3. Select the "Add..." command button at the bottom left corner of the Startup Suite dialog box. 4. Browse to and select the DDSCALE lisp program. If DDSCALE is a lisp routine: 1. Make sure you have saved your current workspace. 2. CUI 3. Select the Customize tab. 4. In the "Customizations..." section at the top left of the screen, there should be a section labeled LISP Files. It should be between the Mouse Buttons and Legacy sections. 5. Right click on the LISP Files section and select "Load LISP". 6. Browse to the lisp routine, select it, then Open. 7. Apply and OK The CUI option is available with 2006-2008. Not sure about older versions. Hope that helps! --Tommie
 

Agostino

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In the appload menu (dialog box), you can add it to start up suite, that way it is loaded every time you launch AutoCAD.
 

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