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Adding the block editor to AutoCAD Web app.

A - answer With a simple LISP utility you can extend your AutoCAD Web app ( with the originally disabled, standard AutoCAD block editor - REFEDIT. So you can edit DWG blocks even inside your web browser.

Download the RefEditW.lsp LISP file from Download and load it into your AutoCAD Web using LISP > Manage LISP > Upload File. Let it load automatically on startup (see the video).

Then you can use the standard command REFEDIT in your drawings to enter the block editor mode and REFCLOSE to Save or Discard any changes performed in the selected block (block reference). The REFSAVE and REFSET commands are also supported.

Sample video:

NOTE: the dynamic block editor, BEDIT is not supported.

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applies to: ACADweb ·

See also:
Tip 13615:Associative angle bisector in an AutoCAD DWG drawing.
Tip 13597:How to convert RGB color to Pantone, RAL, AutoCAD ACI, CMYK or vice versa?
Tip 13571:Web application (FormIt, Fusion, AutoCAD...) is displayed distorted, with incomplete UI controls.
Tip 13513:How to quickly record a video from a CAD application or other Windows program?
Tip 13402:Which products and features can I use for free with Flex Token licensing?

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