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Is it Possible To Create Autonumber Command?

Is it Possible To Create Autonumber Command?

Is it Possible To Create Autonumber Command?

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I've recently started using Draftsight instead of Autocad LT and wondered if autonumbering is possible. For Autocad I had a copy of some old LTXpress tools that included autonumber but they don't seem to work with Draftsight
The commabd string is *^C^Ctext;_m;\;;$M=$(getvar,USERI1);setvar;USERI1;$(+,1,$(getvar,USERI1))
Is it possible to modify it to work with Draftsight, I don't have any idea why it doesn't work - I'm clueless when it comes to creating scripts etc

Thanks

RE: Is it Possible To Create Autonumber Command?

I thought that Autolisp won't work in Draftsight but I may be wrong. I know that
Draftsight does have script capability but what you have may be too sophisticated for a script.

This is somewhat off topic but Draftsight does recognize the Autocad acad.pgp file. This is a file
to create aliases in Autocad. It is kind of a hassle installing it but if you have Autocad aliases already
created it is a good way to create command aliases in Draftsight.

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