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Suggestions for Additons to Draftsight

Suggestions for Additons to Draftsight

Suggestions for Additons to Draftsight

(OP)
Doesn't seem like many people use this forum but I'll try anyway,

It would be great if there was a method of being able to create a predefined number of sheets in one go with a default name set by the user.
I'm working with large sets of 100+ drawings and having to create 100+ sheets manually and name them individually takes a heap of time.

I dont really have the time to code this up in the API, but it would be a fantastic feature rather than typing sheet a million times.
Hopefully the developers might see this


Cheers,
Caleb

RE: Suggestions for Additons to Draftsight

Try AutoIt. Very useful and simple compared to most CAD APIs.

RE: Suggestions for Additons to Draftsight

(OP)
Thanks 3D Dave I'll check it out

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