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Create Wipeouts Two Ways
Tip# 3511 By Andrea Andreetti On 10-Oct-2010
Rated By 1 users Downloaded : 889
Categories : Display Properties, 2D Operations
Software type : AutoCAD 2011
Rename File To : Justwipe.lsp
Shape a wipeout with a linear object, or draw your own shape.

JustWipe helps you create wipeouts in a variety of ways. In order to shape the wipeout, this LISP routine lets you select just about any linear object in an AutoCAD drawing, or you can draw your own polygonal shape, or you can create a freehand shape. Start by loading the LISP file, then type in the command JW. Next, you have to decide which method to use. If you choose to select an object and the object is "open," such as an arc or an open polyline, then the wipeout will connect the two endpoints. If you choose the freehand option, you can move your mouse to construct the wipeout in a manner similar to using the Sketch command. Tip author Andrea Andreetti of DuctiSoft has equipped the code for English and French versions of AutoCAD; it self-detects the version you are running and adjusts the user prompts accordingly. Very nice, Andrea.


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