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1sol.cdl

Description:
The following are a few macros that I use to change by single the line attributes of an entity, ie. solid, hidden, center, phantom. I have found these to be giant timesavers, for when you only have one or two entities to switch. Also if you hit F10 before you select any entities it will bring you too the selection menu(single, chain, ....).

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Downloaded: 3 Submited by: Ken Odette
on 02.01.2004 00:00:00
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attribch.cdp

Description:
This utility will change the attributes, linetype, thickness, color, and level of selected entities to match the attributes of a target entity. It gives you a choice to change the level along with the other attributes, or just to change the other attributes.

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Downloaded: 9 Submited by:
on 02.01.2004 00:00:00
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hide.cdx

Description:
This file will allow the user to hide items. They're really not hidden but drawn the background color. They're not selectable so u can do many things with what is visible. The all display works really good because it will call the cadkey selection masking box. I use it most of the time. To all who try it, please give feed back so I can improve it.

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Downloaded: 4 Submited by: Rob Olsen
on 05.01.2000 00:00:00
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diarad2.cdl

Description:
Here is my version of the diameter cdl, it a first attempt at the windows cdl programming using some of the sample files as a guide, see what you think. Is there a way to position a dialog box in other parts of the screen upon startup? I've tried the placement option in the init statement without success. Has anyone found a way to access the printing parameters from within a CDL program. My goal is to create a CDL program using radio buttons to print/plot for different size sheets and different printers. Thanks for the help.

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Pre-WorkShop
Downloaded: 6 Submited by: Eric Schreter
on 16.12.1999 00:00:00
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levelmov.cdl

Description:
I've been quite annoyed by Cadkey's inability to move a group of levels, and to move the descriptor when you move a level(s). So I wrote this to solve my dilemna. I've used numerous cdl's from this page and found them quite handy. Thought I might return the favor.

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Downloaded: 5 Submited by: Alan Mosher
on 13.12.1999 00:00:00
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out.cdl

Description:
Here are a group of simple Cadl's. They go together to form Zoom/Pan controls. I assign them to my arrow buttons:out.cdl to shift-down arrow Their function is as simple as their name….They scroll the screen in 4 directions plus zoom in and zoom out.

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Pre-WorkShop
Downloaded: 4 Submited by: Dennis
on 10.12.1999 00:00:00
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in.cdl

Description:
Here are a group of simple Cadl's. They go together to form Zoom/Pan controls. I assign them to my arrow buttons: in.cdl to shift-up arrow Their function is as simple as their name. They scroll the screen in 4 directions plus zoom in and zoom out.

Version:
Pre-WorkShop
Downloaded: 5 Submited by: Dennis
on 10.12.1999 00:00:00
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left.cdl

Description:
Here are a group of simple Cadl's. They go together to form Zoom/Pan controls. I assign them to my arrow buttons: left.cdl to the left arrow Their function is as simple as their name....They scroll the screen in 4 directions plus zoom in and zoom out.

Version:
Pre-WorkShop
Downloaded: 3 Submited by: Dennis
on 10.12.1999 00:00:00
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right.cdl

Description:
Here are a group of simple Cadl's. They go together to form Zoom/Pan controls. I assign them to my arrow buttons: right.cdl to the right arrow Their function is as simple as their name....They scroll the screen in 4 directions plus zoom in and zoom out.

Version:
Pre-WorkShop
Downloaded: 3 Submited by: Dennis
on 10.12.1999 00:00:00
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down.cdl

Description:
Here are a group of simple Cadl's. They go together to form Zoom/Pan controls. I assign them to my arrow buttons: down.cdl to the down arrow Their function is as simple as their name....They scroll the screen in 4 directions plus zoom in and zoom out.

Version:
Pre-WorkShop
Downloaded: 2 Submited by: Dennis
on 10.12.1999 00:00:00
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