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    Posted: 14.Feb.2019 at 15:14
Hello All,

This may be a silly question since I was able to get the DBXSCANXREF add-on to work correctly earlier this week. Cry I was hoping that someone could provide instructions on how to set the VERBOSEMODE variable so that the output of the add-on lists the XREF paths. I understand that the LISP variable has to be set to 'VERBOSEMODE T' however I cannot figure out how I achieved it. Thanks for the help!

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You should type:


on the AutoCAD command line or in your ACADDOC.LSP.

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