Project.LSP says it's for version 10 & 11. It still works as intended
in newer versions of Autocad. Shoot me an email if you can't find
your old copy.
Flatten will work also, but you have to be aware of the UCS so that
the Z is indeed the direction you want it "projected" onto. It's no
big deal to block and copy, then flatten the block. Admittedly it's
more of a deal than using the lisp. <G>
A third variation is to plot to DXB files, then insert (and scale!)
the resulting DXBs. This also works with 3D hiddenlines, which the
other methods don't do.
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