Oct 8, 2016

North Facing Vasthu Compliant Home Plan

North facing house plan with 4 bedrooms (2 at ground floor and 2 on first floor) three of them with attached bath. L shaped verandah at the north east corner helps to let in maximum light in the morning. The dining room has an opening to an external area which has the scope of being converted into a private garden. The partition between living and dining has be kept partially open with the intention of providing a scope for a contemporary partitioning. A recreational area is provided at the first floor with an access to the balcony and a see below to the dining area in the ground floor. The design is done with the intention of allowing maximum light and air circulation to the rooms. Elevation is not provided with this plans as it can be done as per clients tastes(whether contemporary, colonial or traditional).Even thought this plan is not fully vasthu compliant major factors of vasthu has been taken into account.

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May 15, 2016

Lisp : Wildcard Search

A wildcard character is a special character that represents one or more other characters. The most commonly used wildcard characters are the asterisk (*), which typically represents zero or more characters in a string of characters, and the question mark (?), which typically represents any one character. Wild card search is a great trick to maximize your search results in a drawing.  

So I have made a lisp named wildcard lisp that utilizes these search criteria’s to change properties or remove specific text or specific range or texts.
Wildcard lisp is similar to quick select option in AutoCAD this lisp helps more convenient and simple and multiple search can be added with comma “,” e.g.: (A*, C*, 5*, etc.). The below table helps how to use character’s in wildcard search.

It is very useful to remove some specific range of levels from existing survey levels drawings. Normally it will take lot of man hours with this lisp we can save more than 60% of man hours.

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Character’s and their Definitions.

# (Pound)
Matches any numeric digit
@ (At)
Matches any alphabetic character
. (Period)
Matches any non-alphanumeric character
* (Asterisk)
Matches any string and can be used anywhere in the search string
? (Question mark)
Matches any single character; for example, ?BC matches ABC, 3BC, and so on
~ (Tilde)
Matches anything but the pattern; for example; ~*AB*matches all strings that don’t contain AB
[ ]
Matches any one of the characters enclosed; for example, [AB]C matches AC and BC
Matches any character not enclosed; for example, [~AB]C matches XC but not AC
Specifies a range for a single character; for example, [A-G]C matches AC, BC, and so on to GC, but not HC
` (Reverse quote)
Reads the next character literally; for example, `~AB matches ~AB.

Steps :
  • Load Wildcard Search Lisp
  • Type Command “WS” to invoke

  • Type Command “WS?” to View Characters and definitions table.

Apr 14, 2016

Tip : Wipeout Frame Selection

If someone is facing problem in selection while wipeout frame is OFF and wipeout is getting selected, make variable FRAMESELECTION “0”. This variable Controls whether the hidden frame of an image, underlay, clipped Xref, clipped point cloud, or wipeout can be selected.

"0"  (Hidden frames cannot be selected.)

"1"  (Hidden frames can be selected.)

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