RefUcsSpyWin32 and 64, English
General Usage Instructions
Many AutoCAD users have reference files set up in World coordinates. Attaching such files when in a different User Coordinate System (UCS) can result in the contents appearing at incorrect locations.
Once loaded, the plug-in will watch for certain commands to be executed: XATTACH, IMAGEATTACH, DWFATTACH, DGNATTACH, PDFATTACH and POINTCLOUDATTACH.
Should that happen while the UCS is not set to World, a task dialog will be displayed, asking the user whether they would like to set the UCS to World temporarily for the duration of the command.
If selected, this option causes the UCS to be set to World and then reset once the command has completed.
The installer that ran when you downloaded this app/plug-in from Autodesk App Store will start installing the app/plug-in. OR, simply double-click the downloaded installer to install the app/plugin.
You may need to restart the Autodesk product to activate the app/plug-in.
To uninstall this plug-in, exit the Autodesk product if you are currently running it, simply rerun the installer, and select the "Uninstall" button. OR, click Control Panel > Programs > Programs and Features (Windows 7/8.1/10) and uninstall as you would any other application from your system.
This plug-in was written by Glenn Ryan and edited by Kean Walmsley for posting on his blog.
It became a Plugin of the Month on Autodesk® Labs.ADN Plugins of the Month are provided with full source code that has been installed with this plug-in.
While the code is not needed to make use of the plug-in, it will be useful should you want to understand how the plug-in works or to extend its functionality to meet your specific needs.
|Version Number||Version Description|
|Added support to AutoCAD® 2022 (No change in version number).|
Updated to support AutoCAD 2012 Exchange Store autoloader bundle format
Updated help to HTML file and to reflect new load mechanism
Removed automatic registration/de-registration code (handled by new load mechanism)
Added check to disable feature when called from LISP