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UrbanLISP covers a wide range of customizations for AutoCAD. LISP is a program language of AutoCAD and is one of the ways UrbanLISP customizes AutoCAD's working environment. UrbanLISP is the result of three passions: the love for cities and architecture, the fascination for programming and most of all the joy of working together with people.

UrbanLISP commands are developed during projects in Urban Design, Landscape Architecture and Architecture: Urban Environments in it's broadest sense. In a profession where deadlines are often tight UrbanLISP commands have to enable the user to focus on designing as much as possible be it by saving time, increasing accuracy or streamlining AutoCAD. Being able to focus on designing and not having to do some of the most tedious tasks UrbanLISP commands just make working with AutoCAD more fun!

Trough UrbanLISP's video tutorials frequent users of AutoCAD can see what the possibilities of LISP programming are. The tutorials serve as a guidance for those who have UrbanLISP at their disposal. Together these videos form an overview of the most significant part of UrbanLISP's portfolio, toolbox or arsenal if you will. A big thanks to my colleges, who make this work so much fun. Enjoy watching the videos!

Xref Fade & Grey

A lot of professions work with Xrefs, short for External Reference. An External Reference is a reference to another drawing. The fact that it's an reference to another drawing almost always means that the reference is subordinate to the rest of the drawing it's in. When it's subordinate often it should attract less attention. The 'External Reference Fade & Grey' command was created for this. All the user needs to do is select an External Reference and define what the command should do with it. The command can turn the Xref's colors into grey values, can fade or darken the colors or turn them into a family of colors. The user has to select an entity with the desired color and all colors of the Xref will be made relative to that color. After the Xref is processed it could still attract too much attention. Just use the command again to fade the greyed Xref. If the Xref needs to be put back to it's original colors the user can use the command again and select the option 'original' so the original colors will be restored.



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