N/APosted on - 09/29/2011
I've been using Hurricane to generate my batches of script files with my AutoCAD projects. I used this to ope and save my drawings and stores all my script files for easy assembly.
However I would like t know if there is any way to make AutoCAD show the batch scripts progress of my project? Thank you for those who can answer me.
How To Display AutoCAD Batch Script Progress
Hello! I have reviewed your problem and sure it is, there is way to show AutoCAD batch scripts progress.
You can add this line of code to either.
Settings tab—> preuserscript
(setvar "modemacro" "Drawing $COUNTER$ of $FILECOUNTINQUEUE$")
This code will display a tiny message in the status bar which will indicate what drawing is currently processed while the script is running.
Notice that in your compiled script the $COUNTER$ and $FILECOUNTINQUEUE$ values are being substituted to values. This line of code changes as the script is running and progressing.4
There you are you can now display it.