In todays video I go over how to load a lisp (autolisp .lsp or .vlx) program into autocad. This will also work for any other cad application like a .vlx or .lsp files as well.
After using the appload command to bring up the application load panel I load the selecting program and then go over an example of using it.
In this case I use the “georefimg” application to automatically geo-reference any image with coordinates in a .wld or .jgw world file. It will take your image and place it in the correct, real world location.
Not only does this cool application make a great example for loading lisps, it’s also an awesome app that I use all the time if I need to reference an image quick. (hint: great productivity tool)
You can get the example lisp file here:
Check out the video below:
Hopefully this has cleared up loading applications in autocad for you, but as always if you have any questions at all please just ask in the comments below. Or just say hey whats up!
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