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    Lightbulb filter command

    I just stumbled upon a forgotten command...

    Filter...not filters... is awesome. It makes object selection a breeze once you figure out the dialog box. Very handy for converting someone else's drawing to your standards

    Why does autopest have "undocumented" (for lack of a better word) commands?

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    Yes quite a handy command. Though I don't know about "undocumented", in the CAD forums FILTER, and the similar QSELECT comes up regularly. And if you're checking standards, are you aware of CHECKSTANDARDS? I haven't used it, but I assume it would be helpful if you need to do this often, or have lots of standards.

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    my bad.....you are correct
    I am actually about to fool around with checkstandards. I have never used qselect.

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    qselect is pretty dang handy too. I can not believe that I never tried that until today. ahhh could life have just gotten easier?

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