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Insert several blocks at once.

 Hi everybody,

I'm trying to insert a large amount of block in differents files, for the moment I'm doing this one by one using the "insert" command. Is there any ways to insert them all at once ?

Thanks a lot !

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  • Pierre,
    It can probably be automated with lisp, but I would need some more details of exactly what you are doing and some examples to see if it is possible.  You can contact me at kevin@cadtechie.com

    Many Thanks,
    Kevin
  •  Thanks Kevin,

    It's quite simple : I'm working files (let's called them A, B, C) and in every one of this files I have block (> 1,2,3).

    I want to modify the block named "1" in files A,B,C : so I do somes changes on my block and then I insert it in my file A, B and then C.

    The problem is that I have a LOT of block to insert in differents files. I would know a way to use the commande "Insert" but instead of selecting only block 1, I could select blocks 1,2,3 and insert them all. This way when Bricscad ask me if I want to "re-define" them, I would say "yes" and all my block will be up to date.

    I don't know if it's clear... (Sorry if my english sound weird) 

    Pierre
  • Dear Pierre
    Please watch the 'Copying definitions between open drawings' movie on Bricsys TV.https://www.bricsys.tv/m/?copying-definitions-between-open-drawings-m233.If you open both the source and the target drawing you can drag and drop block definitions between the source and target drawing. If a definition already exists in the target drawing you can choose to replace the existing block, to keep both or to skip the duplicate.

  •  Hello Louis !

    Wow ! Thanks a lot ! I can't believe it was that simple...!

    Thanks.
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