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Nested Block Tree Display
Tip# 2168 By Jeffery Sanders On 01-Jan-2007
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Rated By 2 users Downloaded : 333
Categories : Edit Blocks, Blocks
Software type : AutoCAD
Rename File To : Tip 2168: BLKTREE.lsp
Visual LISP routine lets you visually check the structure of the blocks in your current drawing.

Start the New Year off right with Jeffery Sanders's Nested Block Tree Display (Tip #2168). This tip consists of a Visual LISP file and a dialog box source file. After downloading the tip, place the DCL and LSP files in a folder searched by AutoCAD. Load the LISP file into a drawing and type Blktree at the Command line to activate. A dialog box pops up showing the names of blocks currently used in the drawing. If blocks are nested inside of other blocks, the nested block names appear under the parent block name. This is a nice way to visually check the structure of the blocks in your current drawing.

 

 

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