AutoCAD Program Parameters File For AutoCAD 2000

; External Command and Command Alias Definitions
; Copyright (C) 1997-1999 by Autodesk, Inc.
; Each time you open a new or existing drawing, AutoCAD searches
; the support path and reads the first acad.pgp file that it finds.
; -- External Commands --
; While AutoCAD is running, you can invoke other programs or utilities
; such Windows system commands, utilities, and applications.
; You define external commands by specifying a command name to be used
; from the AutoCAD command prompt and an executable command string
; that is passed to the operating system.
; -- Command Aliases --
; You can abbreviate frequently used AutoCAD commands by defining
; aliases for them in the command alias section of acad.pgp.
; You can create a command alias for any AutoCAD command,
; device driver command, or external command.
; Recommendation: back up this file before editing it.
; External command format:
; ,[],,[*],
; The bits of the bit flag have the following meanings:
; Bit 1: if set, don't wait for the application to finish
; Bit 2: if set, run the application minimized
; Bit 4: if set, run the application "hidden"
; Bit 8: if set, put the argument string in quotes
;
; Fill the "bit flag" field with the sum of the desired bits.
; Bits 2 and 4 are mutually exclusive; if both are specified, only
; the 2 bit is used. The most useful values are likely to be 0
; (start the application and wait for it to finish), 1 (start the
; application and don't wait), 3 (minimize and don't wait), and 5
; (hide and don't wait). Values of 2 and 4 should normally be avoided,
; as they make AutoCAD unavailable until the application has completed.
;
; Bit 8 allows commands like DEL to work properly with filenames that
; have spaces such as "long filename.dwg". Note that this will interfere
; with passing space delimited lists of file names to these same commands.
; If you prefer multiplefile support to using long file names, turn off
; the "8" bit in those commands.
; Examples of external commands for command windows
CATALOG, DIR /W, 8,File specification: ,
DEL, DEL, 8,File to delete: ,
DIR, DIR, 8,File specification: ,
EDIT, START EDIT, 9,File to edit: ,
SH, , 1,*OS Command: ,
SHELL, , 1,*OS Command: ,
START, START, 1,*Application to start: ,
TYPE, TYPE, 8,File to list: ,
; Examples of external commands for Windows
; See also the (STARTAPP) AutoLISP function for an alternative method.
EXPLORER, START EXPLORER, 1,,
NOTEPAD, START NOTEPAD, 1,*File to edit: ,
PBRUSH, START PBRUSH, 1,,
; Command alias format:
; ,*
; The following are guidelines for creating new command aliases.
; 1. An alias should reduce a command by at least two characters.
; Commands with a control key equivalent, status bar button,
; or function key do not require a command alias.
; Examples: Control N, O, P, and S for New, Open, Print, Save.
; 2. Try the first character of the command, then try the first two,
; then the first three.
; 3. Once an alias is defined, add suffixes for related aliases:
; Examples: R for Redraw, RA for Redrawall, L for Line, LT for
; Linetype.
; 4. Use a hyphen to differentiate between command line and dialog
; box commands.
; Example: B for Block, -B for -Block.
;
; Exceptions to the rules include AA for Area, T for Mtext, X for Explode.
; -- Sample aliases for AutoCAD commands --
; These examples include most frequently used commands.
3A, *3DARRAY
3DO, *3DORBIT
3F, *3DFACE
3P, *3DPOLY
A, *ARC
ADC, *ADCENTER
AA, *AREA
AL, *ALIGN
AP, *APPLOAD
AR, *ARRAY
ATT, *ATTDEF
-ATT, *-ATTDEF
ATE, *ATTEDIT
-ATE, *-ATTEDIT
ATTE, *-ATTEDIT
BL, *BLOCK
-B, *-BLOCK
BH, *BHATCH
BO, *BOUNDARY
-BO, *-BOUNDARY
B, *BREAK
C, *COPY
CC, *CIRCLE
CH, *PROPERTIES
-CH, *CHANGE
CF, *CHAMFER
COL, *COLOR
COLOUR, *COLOR
CO, *COPY
DM, *DIMSTYLE
QD, *QDIM
DAL, *DIMALIGNED
DAN, *DIMANGULAR
DBA, *DIMBASELINE
DBC, *DBCONNECT
DCE, *DIMCENTER
DC, *DIMCONTINUE
DDI, *DIMDIAMETER
DED, *DIMEDIT
D, *DIST
DIV, *DIVIDE
DA, *DIMLINEAR
DO, *DONUT
DOR, *DIMORDINATE
DOV, *DIMOVERRIDE
DR, *DRAWORDER
DRA, *DIMRADIUS
DS, *DSETTINGS
DST, *DIMSTYLE
DT, *DTEXT
DV, *DVIEW
E, *ERASE
ED, *DDEDIT
EL, *ELLIPSE
EX, *EXPLODE
X, *EXTEND
EXIT, *QUIT
EXP, *EXPORT
EXT, *EXTRUDE
F, *FILLET
FI, *FILTER
G, *GROUP
-G, *-GROUP
GR, *DDGRIPS
H, *BHATCH
-H, *HATCH
HE, *HATCHEDIT
HI, *HIDE
I, *INSERT
-I, *-INSERT
IAD, *IMAGEADJUST
IAT, *IMAGEATTACH
ICL, *IMAGECLIP
IM, *IMAGE
-IM, *-IMAGE
IMP, *IMPORT
IN, *INTERSECT
INF, *INTERFERE
IO, *INSERTOBJ
L, *LINE
LA, *LAYER
-LA, *-LAYER
LE, *QLEADER
LEN, *LENGTHEN
LI, *LIST
LINEWEIGHT, *LWEIGHT
LO, *-LAYOUT
LS, *LIST
LT, *LINETYPE
-LT, *-LINETYPE
LTYPE, *LINETYPE
-LTYPE, *-LINETYPE
LTS, *LTSCALE
LW, *LWEIGHT
M, *MOVE
MH, *MATCHPROP
ME, *MEASURE
MI, *MIRROR
ML, *MLINE
MO, *PROPERTIES
MS, *MSPACE
MT, *MTEXT
MV, *MVIEW
O, *OFFSET
OP, *OPTIONS
ORBIT, *3DORBIT
OS, *OSNAP
-OS, *-OSNAP
P, *PAN
-P, *-PAN
PA, *PASTESPEC
PARTIALOPEN, *-PARTIALOPEN
PE, *PEDIT
PL, *PLINE
PO, *POINT
POL, *POLYGON
PR, *OPTIONS
PRCLOSE, *PROPERTIESCLOSE
PROPS, *PROPERTIES
PRE, *PREVIEW
PRINT, *PLOT
PS, *PSPACE
PU, *PURGE
R, *REDRAW
RA, *REDRAWALL
RG, *REGEN
REA, *REGENALL
RE, *RECTANGLE
REG, *REGION
REN, *RENAME
-REN, *-RENAME
REV, *REVOLVE
RM, *DDRMODES
RT, *ROTATE
R3, *ROTATE3D
RPR, *RPREF
RR, *RENDER
Y, *STRETCH
s1, *surftab1
s2, *surftab2
S, *QSAVE
SC, *SCALE
SCR, *SCRIPT
SE, *DSETTINGS
SEC, *SECTION
SET, *SETVAR
SHA, *SHADE
SL, *SLICE
SN, *SNAP
SO, *SOLID
SPL, *SPELL
SP, *SPLINE
SPE, *SPLINEDIT
ST, *STYLE
SU, *SUBTRACT
-T, *-MTEXT
TA, *TABLET
TH, *THICKNESS
TI, *TILEMODE
TO, *TOOLBAR
TOL, *TOLERANCE
TOR, *TORUS
T, *TRIM
UC, *DDUCS
UCP, *DDUCSP
UN, *UNITS
-UN, *-UNITS
UNI, *UNION
V, *VIEW
-V, *-VIEW
VP, *DDVPOINT
-VP, *VPOINT
WB, *WBLOCK
-W, *-WBLOCK
WE, *WEDGE
XA, *XATTACH
XB, *XBIND
-XB, *-XBIND
XC, *XCLIP
XL, *XLINE
XR, *XREF
-XR, *-XREF
Z, *ZOOM
; The following are alternative aliases and aliases as supplied
; in AutoCAD Release 13.
AV, *DSVIEWER
CP, *COPY
DIMALI, *DIMALIGNED
DIMANG, *DIMANGULAR
DIMBASE, *DIMBASELINE
DIMCONT, *DIMCONTINUE
DIMDIA, *DIMDIAMETER
DIMED, *DIMEDIT
DIMTED, *DIMTEDIT
DIMLIN, *DIMLINEAR
DIMORD, *DIMORDINATE
DIMRAD, *DIMRADIUS
DIMSTY, *DIMSTYLE
DIMOVER, *DIMOVERRIDE
LEAD, *LEADER
TM, *TILEMODE
; Aliases for Hyperlink/URL Release 14 compatibility
SAVEURL, *SAVE
OPENURL, *OPEN
INSERTURL, *INSERT
; Aliases for commands discontinued in AutoCAD 2000:
AAD, *DBCONNECT
AEX, *DBCONNECT
ALI, *DBCONNECT
ASQ, *DBCONNECT
ARO, *DBCONNECT
ASE, *DBCONNECT
DDATTDEF, *ATTDEF
DDATTEXT, *ATTEXT
DDCHPROP, *PROPERTIES
DDCOLOR, *COLOR
DDLMODES, *LAYER
DDLTYPE, *LINETYPE
DDMODIFY, *PROPERTIES
DDOSNAP, *OSNAP
DDUCS, *UCS
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