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General discussion about BabaCAD / Re: Copy, Array and Mirror Commands.
« Last post by medina19678 on June 06, 2017, 04:46:05 pm »
Thank you for the quick response.
Yesterday forgot to comment that codes 10 and 11, usually associated with the beginning and end of a line, appear as 10 and 10, is it on purpose ?. In the DXF file, codes 10,20 and 30 and 11, 21 and 31 for x, y and z appear at the start and end of the line. If that's the case, I would only change the way I access those codes through lisp programs.
I can not wait for the next version.
Keep going.
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General discussion about BabaCAD / Re: Copy, Array and Mirror Commands.
« Last post by babadmin on June 05, 2017, 06:26:06 pm »
Thank you very much for congratulations.

About COPY command: you're doing all well, you just have to do command PASTE or Ctrl-V to paste your objects from clipboard. I know this is maybe a bit different than copy command in AutoCAD. Maybe I will change command DUPLICATE and there you will be immediately be asked to specify paste location.

About Z-coordinate in COPY command: It's  a bug and I will fix it (in LISP also). BabaCAD 2017 Update 1 with a few bug fixes will be available on the end of this month.
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General discussion about BabaCAD / Copy, Array and Mirror Commands.
« Last post by medina19678 on June 05, 2017, 05:53:30 pm »
First of all, I want to congratulate you for the time and effort put into Babacad software development.
Testing some commands, I realized that (at least in my case), the copy command only reaches the part where it asks for the source point to copy and stops; in the case of the array and mirror commands, those come to the end, but do not regenerate the "Z" coordinate.
Trying to program my own "Copy" code, I have access to entities with (entget (cdr (entsel))) and I realized that I do not get that coordinate with code even the properties bar shows that if there are (coordinates " Z ").
I wonder if this is the reason why the commands are not executed correctly.
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General discussion about BabaCAD / Re: Crash on Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit
« Last post by babadmin on May 31, 2017, 05:24:35 pm »
There is no minimum requirements for graphics memory size, cause every graphic card in last 10 years supports OpenGL and has minimum 32 Mb of memory.
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Thanks R2G.

Also, is there a minimum graphics memory requirement for BabaCAD?

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General discussion about BabaCAD / Re: Crash on Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit
« Last post by R2G on May 30, 2017, 10:42:25 am »
Matt,

Check: http://www.guru3d.com to find different / tweaked drivers. I'm trying myself to get my windows 10 dell laptop up and running for babacad.

Cheers, Remco
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Thank you. I really appreciate the help. Let me know if I can do anything to help. I will keep trying to figure out if I can install generic Intel drivers or something.

Matt
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Yeah, I'll try an other laptop next week to see if that's works. I'll let you know, if their is anything I could do to help testing, just let me know!
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I saw BabaCAD (32-bit) runs w/o any problems on very old computers (maybe 10 years old and even older). So, if neither of two versions  do not work, it can only be discompatibility between Windows 10 and that old graphics card. I will see to add more checkings on startup in next BabaCAD update and give users more informations in case of startup failure.
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mmm, Pity, the older version 1.3.4 isn't starting at all. Stupid laptop :-(

Anything else that can influence the startup?
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