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Functional Synopsis of DCL Tiles.

Many people have requested a listing of all of the available DCL tiles along with a working AutoLisp example of each tile.
In this tutorial we will have a look at each tile, the DCL coding for it, as well as the AutoLisp coding required to make the dialogue box tile functional.

AutoCAD and DCL

The AutoCAD PDB facility has a large set of built-in, or predefined, tiles that can
be used by themselves or as the basis for more complex tiles.
These tiles can be sub-divided into 5 main catagories:

Exit Buttons and Error Tiles.


Predefined Active Tiles.
Decorative and Informative Tiles.
Text Clusters.
Tile Clusters.

To download source coding for this Tutorial click here. (183 Kb)

 
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