TotalLength is an Auto Lisp script calculating the total length of multiple objects of user-selected type(s) - lines, arcs, polylines, circles or combinations of them.
TotalLength is a universal plug-in and can be used in any field of design where such calculations are needed - for the total length of walls, fences, cables, pipes, pavements, etc.
The dialog box makes the app intuitive to work with, so there will be no need to spend a lot of time studying it. The result of the total length calculations is displayed in an editable field and is copied to the clipboard for further use.
For more functionalities (TotalArea command and specification tables) please check TotalLength +.
A propos de cette version
Version 1.1.4, 14/10/2022
2023 update. No change in version number.
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Thanks for the great work! Amazing tool
Can you update it for 2024 version?
A must have plugin, helped me a lot!
Thanks to the developer!
WITH LOVE FROM Zambia. tHANKS FOR MAKING A SMART WAY TO COMPUTE LENGTH. ONE LOVE
Vielen Dank, funktioniert wirklich klasse und spart viel Zeit!!!
Muy útil esta aplicación
Апликацията работи по описание. Адмирации за вложеният труд!/The application works by description. Admiration for the hard work!
Boa Tarde. Como instalar o TotalLength no AutoCad 2021 ?????
Just run the installer that you have downloaded from Autodesk App Store. It will create the C:/ProgramData/Autodesk/ApplicationPlugins/TotalLength.bundle folder containing the TotalLength files. Open a drawing in AutoCAD. The TotalLength ribbon button is located in the Add-ins tab. It could happen that you have several Add-ins tabs if you have installed several plugins from Autodesk App Store. Alternatively, you could type _Totall in the command line - this command also starts the TotalLength dialog. If the TotalLength.bundle folder exists but the _Totall command is not working, maybe you are using AutoCad LT - it does not support AutoLISP plugins (TotalLenght is an AutoLISP plugin)
Using Autocad 2022 and it is working perfectly. Saved me while calculating floor skirting board. Thanks!
Does not work on Autocad LT 2021?
No, it does not. AutoCAD LT does not support AutoLISP scripts, so none of my plugins works on AutoCAD LT
Thanks so much! This saved me a lot of time
Easy to use, thats what I missed in there
Easy to install and work. Fast and reliable.
Thank you for this useful tool. Stay healthy.
Very great tool and easy to use!
Very efficient tool
Very great tool and easy to use.
awsome , great job
ty so much
Does it work on AutoCad LT?
No. Unfortunately, AutoCAD LT does not support AutoLISP apps.
Fantastic, time saving app!
This is really brilliant
u made my day
Whoever did this app is a genius, Thanks!
It's Antonia Petrova who we have to thank :)
very useful, you saved my day :)
Well needed! Good job!
it is allways good to save some time.
My suggestions for improvement:
1. To get a better overview of the selected objects, it would be good, if you could enlist them by type.
12 objects selected
and 2 Arcs
2. adding circles to the list of objects
Thank you for the feedback. I will consider your suggestions for the next update of the app.
no function definition: VLAX-ENAME->VLA-OBJECT
Hi, Dragos! There are 2 things you could try: 1. Type (vl-load-com) in your command line, then run the _totall command. If the plug-in works this way, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org, I hope that I'll be able to find a solution for your problem. 2. Suspected cause of the problem could be having run some registry cleaner or anti-virus that deleted vital registry settings that AutoCAD needs. Repair or reinstallation of AutoCAD could help(from this article: http://blog.jtbworld.com/2016/08/autolisp-error-no-function-definition.html ) Best regards, Antonia
I Loved this app until the released the service pack and now it doesn't work. I wish it did
It helps me to calculate the total length of all my bondwires in a QFN package. Very easy to use.
is it working at autocad 2020 ?
Yes, it should be working at AutoCad 2020