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Mar 18, 2011


Owen Wengerd

AutoSave doesn't "turn itself off"; something is turning it off. I would try adding a reactor that triggers some kind of alert when the variable changes to try pinpointing the culprit.

R.K. McSwain

Agree with Owen. Here is some sample reactor code.

Also, it is good practice to edit "acaddoc.lsp" and to not modify "ACAD20xxdoc.lsp".


The Publish command will sometimes turn autosave off.

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