Posted - May 14 2003 : 11:30:29 PM
| A few significant changes have been made to the "Command Capture" Tool.
The Command Capture Tool now does a couple of things it didn't before...
1) Removes any blank lines as they are copied into the Command Capture window (This minimizes any fussing about with the input script)
2) When the user presses the "Capture" button, the command line calling the script command is automatically ported over as a REMark into the output script. This makes it very easy to debug after you copy it back into Hurricanes user script editor window.
3) The parsing rules have been changed to include some more conditions... the AutoCAD "-PLOT" command has a few inconsistancies in the way the prompts appear. So it looks like they have been taken care of. (So if you've ever tried to do a "Capture Commands" on a plot script, you'll find this version works well...
<i>I ALWAYS recommend that you do a "Detailed Plot Config", and ALWAYS respond to all prompts in FULL (don't just hit <enter> to select the default value, press Y for YES and N for No, type out all your CTB file names, printer names, etc etc...)</i>
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