Oct 30, 2011

Lisp : Elevation Marker

Elevation marker lisp is used to place Elevation marker on sections and elevation of a drawing.

Download Elevation Marker  Click here...
Download Elevation Marker Ann (with Annotative Block) Click here…

Steps :

  Set Vertical Datum of Drawing.
  • Command “EDAT”.
  • Enter Elevation Datum.
  • Pick Datum Point.

  Place  Elevation Marker.
  • Command “ELE”.
  • Enter Drawing scale to adjust the size of the marker.
  • Enter Vertical Scale Factor if the object has scaled vertically.
  • Pick marker location.

  Reset Datum Origin to World
  • Command “UW”.

Specifications
  • Layer : Elevation Marker
  • Attribute Block : ELBLK
  • Text Style : Gen-Text



Related Post :  Place Station & Elevation

22 comments:

  1. you have any lisp program for text export to excel

    eg i want to export profile levels to excel

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    1. Download CAD TOOLS from www.Glamsen.se. Does exactly what you are looking for.

      Cheers
      Eamon.

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  2. sir i have a problem i do every thing correct but when i click ele and start clicking it shows 0.000 not showing elevation? what is the prebolem

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  3. Great lisp command, do you know what variables you would change in order to scale the text to be 10 times bigger, I have tried editing the gen-text but this has no effect. Thankyou in advance.

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  4. Sir I want to transfer levels from excel to autocad. Is there any lisp who draw lines according to excel data?

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  5. Lisp altitude record in drawings

    1. At the Command prompt, type the command DN [to the original high definition]
    Nhap tyle Y: 1 /
    Sub high angles by:
    High value because:
    2. At the command prompt, type the command GC [to record high fill positions]
    Specifies chen:
    Sub-chen orientation:
    High Nhap of the point:

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  6. is there anyway to do this without using LISP?

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  7. Hi. i have a problem, i follow the step, when use "ELE" and pick mark location shows only the block and no put automatic elevation

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  8. Hi sir, i would like to learn about scale setting in viewports can you please explain sir? if i draw in 1:1 in model space millimeter

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  9. Hi sir, i would like to learn about scale setting in viewports can you please explain sir? if i draw in 1:1 in model space millimeter

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  10. the elevation block doesn't work?!

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  11. The block that gets inserted does not work for me. Is there something I'm doing wrong? I follow all your steps but to no result. I'm running 2015 if this is any help to you. Thanks

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  12. After clicking ELE I am getting this message .... how can i solve this problem
    Pick Elev. point: Unknown command "655". Press F1 for help.

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  13. Hi,

    I have the same problem that the colleagues above wrote. I upload the lisp Elevation Marker Ann, I do all the steps, but in the end the elevation showed is every time 0.00 and in the prompt it appears the following message:

    Pick Elev. point: Unknown command "056". Press F1 for help.

    I apologize if I'm doing again the question but I cannot find the answer in the previous messages.

    Thanks.

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  14. HELLO EVERY BODY
    ABOUT THE
    @nil / @nikuttanApril 21, 2016 at 6:23 AM PROBLEM
    AND OTHER SAME PROBLEM
    MAKE VARIABLES FOR ATTADIA 0
    THEN EVERY THING WILL BE OK.

    Controls whether the INSERT command uses a dialog box for attribute value entry.

    Value Description
    0 Issues command prompts
    1 Uses a dialog box

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    1. Hi @Ahmad,

      thanks for answering. The problem was the variable ATTDIA that had value 1.

      Thanks again.

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    2. This is for the lisp ELEVATION MARKER ANN: https://mega.nz/#!hkkDASpJ!kfQu6lzfgmaIB-tW3i7IZNNyTF5LrLaSpOHf6DNiaWU

      This is a PLUGIN very interesting:

      https://mega.nz/#!4pk2CL4A!wAgNulPtd4YG9fsa0164OzkYBFmrPqXD2_hnfxn5MRA

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  15. Sir

    when I try to download some lisps I get 404. That’s an error.

    The requested URL /host/0BxKHiSi1UxYINFlieDdiejlma0U/Elevation%20Marker.lsp was not found on this server. That’s all we know.
    this massge.

    what dasit mean?

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  16. great lisp, how do you control block size & text height
    in my situation units is set to mm everything is very small

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