Thursday, May 24, 2012


A big part of what got me into AutoCAD was learning how to mess with people. This is a classic for me. There is a file called base.dcl that is used by some dialog boxes as a template. With some simple editing you can change the "OK" and "Cancel" buttons of the dialogs that reference base.dcl to reflect a little cooler lingo.

This will only affect specific users. First find base.dcl. Usually found somewhere under the users folder.
Open base.dcl with Notepad and find the section below and alter as required. Save and close, then enjoy.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

How can I get the line items that are commented out to actually apply?