Today’s post is a great one to dive deeper into how DraftSight operates, some similarities and testing out features we love like Importing Images, .DGNs, and working with LISP files.
Before we jump in, I wanted to thank DraftSight for sponsoring the youtube channel for this series of videos!
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As I mentioned, this is the second video in the DraftSight series, in it we take a look at exactly how to load and use a LISP (.lsp) routine in DraftSight.
We also take go over some of the issues you may run into when using .lsp files in DraftSight as well as where you can find some. In addition to learning about LISP within DraftSight, I also answer some of your questions about DraftSight, including how to work with Images in DS, is it possible to get a perpetual license, and can DraftSight Import DGN files?
Watch the full video below or here on youtube: https://youtu.be/KJj0_BrVoZc
I hope you enjoyed this 1st video in the new series, I am excited to share them all with you and honestly really enjoyed my time using DraftSight so far and think you will as well.
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That’s all for this post and the quick Q&A but if you have any questions you’d like to see answered, be sure to let me know in the comments!
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