You can use the functions "Divide" or "measure" , to place a node on the
pline , please refere the help topic about the two commands.
Before any of the two, maby it is a good idea to change the size and type of
dot that will be placed along the pline so you can se the dots and they have
the right size. Or if you will not globaly change the size and type of node
, you can use the option to have a block inserted instead of a
ode. ------- when using say "Divide" you get the option to place a block
insert instead of a dot or a node but then you just need to make a small
drawing and make that into a block that you name and ansver with that name,
when the function ask.
------------ Problem is that if you don't change the "Pdmode" and or the
"Pdsize" system var. maby you can not se the dots.
AFIK the work-around suggested by PC has been the only
way to get a running total of linear values without using LISP.
I suggest you try the phrase
'How2: Get Running Total of Dist Values' as a subject line submitted
to a LISP developers newsgroup as by now somebody has probably
written a script to resolve this flaw in AutoDesk's exposed feature set.
<%= Clinton Gallagher
A/E/C Consulting, Web Design, e-Commerce Software Development
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