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FATAL ERROR: Commands may not be nested more than 4 deep

A - answer This error means that an ARX, ADS, or LISP function calls repeatedly (recursively) an internal AutoCAD command or (usually) that an externally defined function (e.g. ALIGN, EATTEDIT, ATTSYNC, etc.) is called (invoked) improperly.

E.g. use (align...) instead of (command "ALIGN"...), or (acet-attsync ...) instead of (command "ATTSYNC"...).

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12.8.2006    14614×  
applies to: AutoCAD · AutoCAD Architecture ·

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