Parking bay lisp helps you to divide parallel, perpendicular and angular parking with parking bay marking.
How to use :
Download Parking bay lisp click here
Load “Parking bay” lisp
Type Command :
- PB for Parallel Parking,
- PPB for Perpendicular and
- PBB for Angular Parking
- RD to change direction of polyline
- Specify Parking Height
- Specify Parking Width
- Select polyline
- If parking lines are outside of parking, "undo" and change direction of polyline using "RD" command and try again.
- New layer : "RD_PR_PBAY"
- New Block : "PAR", "PARP" & "PARA".
PB (Parallel Parking)
PPB (Perpendicular Parking)
PBB (Angular Parking)
RD (Reverse Direction)
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In South Carolina, USA we don't use lines with a T-like shape on the end of the line as your Lisp routine displays, just paint straight lines or if parallel parking some will paint in entire rectangle space. Is this something that can be altered with ease? And is the Lisp routine set as default Meters or does it read whatever units the drawing is setup as? Thanks for sharing. I use Lisp routines, but know nothing about coding them. Again, thanks.ReplyDelete
404. That’s an error.ReplyDelete
The requested URL /host/0BxKHiSi1UxYINFlieDdiejlma0U/Parking%20Bay.lsp was not found on this server. That’s all we know.
404. That’s an error. WHAY!!!!!ReplyDelete
WHY THIS ERROR COME...AND I THINK GOOGLE DRIVE PROBLEM...ReplyDelete
PLEASE CHECK IT OR UPLOAD IT AGAIN.
its not found plz sir send me parking bay lisp my mail id is firstname.lastname@example.orgReplyDelete
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