Let's say yes.
For instance there are some architectural symbols or blocks and when I tried
to download them from an Italian website I received them in a notepad form,
and that was it, I coudn't do enything else to see them
Thanks for your responce
Blocks are DWG files. If you changed the file extension from DWG to
something else like TXT, just change them back to DWG and they should behave
as you would expect.
BTW, blocks are NOT LISP routines. LISPs are programs and have a LSP
If you want to copy to NOTEPAD, just CtrlC the AutoCad text screen and
CtrlV to the notepad. If you want to use some data from the notepad to draw
in AutoCad a script file will do that. Alternatively there are lisp
import XYZ date into AutoCad and draw the appropriate object.
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