Re: Freeze layer in viewport via Lisp?

This is a lisp to disable display layer in a viewport.
Ken Luk
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Ken Luk
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Paul Turvill
True, because that's the wrong command. Use VPLAYER.
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Thanks for the routine. I have a similar one for conventional layer freeze and it has a slight modification to enable selection of "nested" entities such as xrefs. Change 'entsel' to 'nentsel'. Thats it!!! I've revised your routine, and it works!!
Enjoy again!
Dean Barkley
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