Editing Your Drawing: Advanced Tools in .NET

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Sometimes you need a more powerful way to select objects. For example, you may want to: Select all the lines in your drawing to change their color Check the arc radii of all your fillets Find short line segments that should be erased Before selection filters, you had to write an AutoLISP program to accomplish these functions. (Sometimes an AutoLISP program is still the easiest way to go. See s 34 and 35.) Now you can create fairly complex filters that select only the objects you want.
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Don t confuse object selection filters with point filters. Point filters are covered in 4.
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Quick Select, as its name suggests, is a quick, flexible, and simple way to create object selection filters. Use the FILTER command, covered in the following sections, to create more complex filters and when you want to save filtering criteria for future use. Start Quick Select in one of these ways: Choose Tools Quick Select. With no command active, right-click in the drawing area and choose Quick Select. Choose the Quick Select button in the Object Properties Manager. Type qselect on the command line. AutoCAD opens the Quick Select dialog box, shown in Figure 10-40. To create a filter, start at the top of the dialog box and work your way down. Here s how it works: Apply to: By default the filter applies to the entire drawing, but you can use the Select objects button to return to your drawing and select objects. The rest of the filter will then apply only to selected objects, called Current selection in the drop-down list. If you use this feature at all, you would usually use a window to select an area of your drawing. (The Select objects button is unavailable if Append to current selection set is checked at the bottom of the dialog box.)
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Figure 10-40: Use the Quick Select dialog box to quickly create a selection set of objects based on specified criteria.
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Object type: By default, the filter lists Multiple as the object type. Click the drop-down list to choose from the object types available in your drawing (or in your selection set if you created one), such as line, circle, ellipse, polyline, and so on. You can choose only one type of object. To create a filter that includes more than one type of object (but not all types), use the FILTER command. Properties: Here you choose the properties that you want to filter for. (Most of these properties are covered in the next chapter.) All properties that AutoCAD can search for in its database are listed these depend on the object type you chose. You can choose only one property. The values in the next two sections depend on your choice in the Properties section. If you want to create a filter that specifies criteria for more than one property, use the FILTER command. Operator: Once you have chosen a property, you can set it equal to or not equal to a certain value. You can set certain properties as greater than or less than a value. You can use wildcard matching characters (such as * and ) for editable text. Choose the desired operator from the drop-down list. Value: Here you finally choose the value for your property. For example, you can set the color equal (or not equal) to green or the linetype equal to DASHED. Choose the desired value from the drop-down list. How to apply: Once you create a filter, you can use it to create a selection set. To do this, check Include In New Selection Set. You can also use Quick Select to select everything except objects that meet your selection criteria to do so, choose Exclude From New Selection set.
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