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AutoCAD 2016 System Variable Monitor… So you don’t have to!

Friday, January 29th, 2016

Have you ever had someone else use your computer, or accidentally click on something that changed the way your AutoCAD operates or behaves? Or you just simply ran a Lisp routine and some of your settings were changed and not set back by the routine? If you have, you know how pain staking and time consuming it is searching around trying to get everything set correct again.

Well the good news is that AutoCAD 2016 now has System Variable Monitor that will not only alert you when a system variable(s) that you have specified changes, but you can reset them all back to your desired settings in a click of a button!

The new SYSVARMONITOR command enables you to identify system variables that don’t conform to your standards. The “System Variable Monitor” dialog box is preset with the most common inadvertently modified variables.


But it allows you to add or remove variables you want to monitor by clicking the Edit List… button.


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