Looking for english aliases for AutoCAD 2000

Discussion in 'AutoCAD' started by Christine Sommerfeld, Jul 14, 2003.

  1. As the AutoCAD programmes I have access to are German versions I would
    like to ask for the English versions of the aliases. I would like to
    install the English Aliases in order to get more familiar with them
    and be able to apply for jobs in English speaking countries as well as
    in Germany.

    Thank you very much for your help
    Christine Sommerfeld
     
    Christine Sommerfeld, Jul 14, 2003
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  2. Christine Sommerfeld

    john Guest

    This is the acad.pgp file supplied with A2002.

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    ; AutoCAD Program Parameters File For AutoCAD 2000
    ; External Command and Command Alias Definitions

    ; Copyright (C) 1997-2000 by Autodesk, Inc.

    ; Each time you open a new or existing drawing, AutoCAD searches
    ; the support path and reads the first acad.pgp file that it finds.

    ; -- External Commands --
    ; While AutoCAD is running, you can invoke other programs or
    utilities
    ; such Windows system commands, utilities, and applications.
    ; You define external commands by specifying a command name to be
    used
    ; from the AutoCAD command prompt and an executable command string
    ; that is passed to the operating system.

    ; -- Command Aliases --
    ; You can abbreviate frequently used AutoCAD commands by defining
    ; aliases for them in the command alias section of acad.pgp.
    ; You can create a command alias for any AutoCAD command,
    ; device driver command, or external command.

    ; Recommendation: back up this file before editing it.

    ; External command format:
    ; <Command name>,[<DOS request>],<Bit flag>,[*]<Prompt>,

    ; The bits of the bit flag have the following meanings:
    ; Bit 1: if set, don't wait for the application to finish
    ; Bit 2: if set, run the application minimized
    ; Bit 4: if set, run the application "hidden"
    ; Bit 8: if set, put the argument string in quotes
    ;
    ; Fill the "bit flag" field with the sum of the desired bits.
    ; Bits 2 and 4 are mutually exclusive; if both are specified, only
    ; the 2 bit is used. The most useful values are likely to be 0
    ; (start the application and wait for it to finish), 1 (start the
    ; application and don't wait), 3 (minimize and don't wait), and 5
    ; (hide and don't wait). Values of 2 and 4 should normally be
    avoided,
    ; as they make AutoCAD unavailable until the application has
    completed.
    ;
    ; Bit 8 allows commands like DEL to work properly with filenames that

    ; have spaces such as "long filename.dwg". Note that this will
    interfere
    ; with passing space delimited lists of file names to these same
    commands.
    ; If you prefer multiplefile support to using long file names, turn
    off
    ; the "8" bit in those commands.

    ; Examples of external commands for command windows

    CATALOG, DIR /W, 8,File specification: ,
    DEL, DEL, 8,File to delete: ,
    DIR, DIR, 8,File specification: ,
    EDIT, START EDIT, 9,File to edit: ,
    SH, , 1,*OS Command: ,
    SHELL, , 1,*OS Command: ,
    START, START, 1,*Application to start: ,
    TYPE, TYPE, 8,File to list: ,

    ; Examples of external commands for Windows
    ; See also the (STARTAPP) AutoLISP function for an alternative method.

    EXPLORER, START EXPLORER, 1,,
    NOTEPAD, START NOTEPAD, 1,*File to edit: ,
    PBRUSH, START PBRUSH, 1,,


    ; Command alias format:
    ; <Alias>,*<Full command name>

    ; The following are guidelines for creating new command aliases.
    ; 1. An alias should reduce a command by at least two characters.
    ; Commands with a control key equivalent, status bar button,
    ; or function key do not require a command alias.
    ; Examples: Control N, O, P, and S for New, Open, Print, Save.
    ; 2. Try the first character of the command, then try the first two,
    ; then the first three.
    ; 3. Once an alias is defined, add suffixes for related aliases:
    ; Examples: R for Redraw, RA for Redrawall, L for Line, LT for
    ; Linetype.
    ; 4. Use a hyphen to differentiate between command line and dialog
    ; box commands.
    ; Example: B for Block, -B for -Block.
    ;
    ; Exceptions to the rules include AA for Area, T for Mtext, X for
    Explode.

    ; -- Sample aliases for AutoCAD commands --
    ; These examples include most frequently used commands.

    3A, *3DARRAY
    3DO, *3DORBIT
    3F, *3DFACE
    3P, *3DPOLY
    A, *ARC
    ADC, *ADCENTER
    AA, *AREA
    AL, *ALIGN
    AP, *APPLOAD
    AR, *ARRAY
    -AR, *-ARRAY
    ATT, *ATTDEF
    -ATT, *-ATTDEF
    ATE, *ATTEDIT
    -ATE, *-ATTEDIT
    ATTE, *-ATTEDIT
    B, *BLOCK
    -B, *-BLOCK
    BH, *BHATCH
    BO, *BOUNDARY
    -BO, *-BOUNDARY
    BR, *BREAK
    C, *CIRCLE
    CH, *PROPERTIES
    -CH, *CHANGE
    CHA, *CHAMFER
    COL, *COLOR
    COLOUR, *COLOR
    CO, *COPY
    D, *DIMSTYLE
    DAL, *DIMALIGNED
    DAN, *DIMANGULAR
    DBA, *DIMBASELINE
    DBC, *DBCONNECT
    DCE, *DIMCENTER
    DCO, *DIMCONTINUE
    DDA, *DIMDISASSOCIATE
    DDI, *DIMDIAMETER
    DED, *DIMEDIT
    DI, *DIST
    DIV, *DIVIDE
    DLI, *DIMLINEAR
    DO, *DONUT
    DOR, *DIMORDINATE
    DOV, *DIMOVERRIDE
    DR, *DRAWORDER
    DRA, *DIMRADIUS
    DRE, *DIMREASSOCIATE
    DS, *DSETTINGS
    DST, *DIMSTYLE
    DT, *DTEXT
    DV, *DVIEW
    E, *ERASE
    ED, *DDEDIT
    EL, *ELLIPSE
    EX, *EXTEND
    EXIT, *QUIT
    EXP, *EXPORT
    EXT, *EXTRUDE
    F, *FILLET
    FI, *FILTER
    G, *GROUP
    -G, *-GROUP
    GR, *DDGRIPS
    H, *BHATCH
    -H, *HATCH
    HE, *HATCHEDIT
    HI, *HIDE
    I, *INSERT
    -I, *-INSERT
    IAD, *IMAGEADJUST
    IAT, *IMAGEATTACH
    ICL, *IMAGECLIP
    IM, *IMAGE
    -IM, *-IMAGE
    IMP, *IMPORT
    IN, *INTERSECT
    INF, *INTERFERE
    IO, *INSERTOBJ
    L, *LINE
    LA, *LAYER
    -LA, *-LAYER
    LE, *QLEADER
    LEN, *LENGTHEN
    LI, *LIST
    LINEWEIGHT, *LWEIGHT
    LO, *-LAYOUT
    LS, *LIST
    LT, *LINETYPE
    -LT, *-LINETYPE
    LTYPE, *LINETYPE
    -LTYPE, *-LINETYPE
    LTS, *LTSCALE
    LW, *LWEIGHT
    M, *MOVE
    MA, *MATCHPROP
    ME, *MEASURE
    MI, *MIRROR
    ML, *MLINE
    MO, *PROPERTIES
    MS, *MSPACE
    MT, *MTEXT
    MV, *MVIEW
    O, *OFFSET
    OP, *OPTIONS
    ORBIT, *3DORBIT
    OS, *OSNAP
    -OS, *-OSNAP
    P, *PAN
    -P, *-PAN
    PA, *PASTESPEC
    PARTIALOPEN, *-PARTIALOPEN
    PE, *PEDIT
    PL, *PLINE
    PO, *POINT
    POL, *POLYGON
    PR, *OPTIONS
    PRCLOSE, *PROPERTIESCLOSE
    PROPS, *PROPERTIES
    PRE, *PREVIEW
    PRINT, *PLOT
    PS, *PSPACE
    PTW, *PUBLISHTOWEB
    PU, *PURGE
    -PU, *-PURGE
    R, *REDRAW
    RA, *REDRAWALL
    RE, *REGEN
    REA, *REGENALL
    REC, *RECTANGLE
    REG, *REGION
    REN, *RENAME
    -REN, *-RENAME
    REV, *REVOLVE
    RM, *DDRMODES
    RO, *ROTATE
    RPR, *RPREF
    RR, *RENDER
    S, *STRETCH
    SC, *SCALE
    SCR, *SCRIPT
    SE, *DSETTINGS
    SEC, *SECTION
    SET, *SETVAR
    SHA, *SHADE
    SL, *SLICE
    SN, *SNAP
    SO, *SOLID
    SP, *SPELL
    SPL, *SPLINE
    SPE, *SPLINEDIT
    ST, *STYLE
    SU, *SUBTRACT
    T, *MTEXT
    -T, *-MTEXT
    TA, *TABLET
    TH, *THICKNESS
    TI, *TILEMODE
    TO, *TOOLBAR
    TOL, *TOLERANCE
    TOR, *TORUS
    TR, *TRIM
    UC, *DDUCS
    UCP, *DDUCSP
    UN, *UNITS
    -UN, *-UNITS
    UNI, *UNION
    V, *VIEW
    -V, *-VIEW
    VP, *DDVPOINT
    -VP, *VPOINT
    W, *WBLOCK
    -W, *-WBLOCK
    WE, *WEDGE
    X, *EXPLODE
    XA, *XATTACH
    XB, *XBIND
    -XB, *-XBIND
    XC, *XCLIP
    XL, *XLINE
    XR, *XREF
    -XR, *-XREF
    Z, *ZOOM

    ; The following are alternative aliases and aliases as supplied
    ; in AutoCAD Release 13.

    AV, *DSVIEWER
    CP, *COPY
    DIMALI, *DIMALIGNED
    DIMANG, *DIMANGULAR
    DIMBASE, *DIMBASELINE
    DIMCONT, *DIMCONTINUE
    DIMDIA, *DIMDIAMETER
    DIMED, *DIMEDIT
    DIMTED, *DIMTEDIT
    DIMLIN, *DIMLINEAR
    DIMORD, *DIMORDINATE
    DIMRAD, *DIMRADIUS
    DIMSTY, *DIMSTYLE
    DIMOVER, *DIMOVERRIDE
    LEAD, *LEADER
    TM, *TILEMODE

    ; Aliases for Hyperlink/URL Release 14 compatibility
    SAVEURL, *SAVE
    OPENURL, *OPEN
    INSERTURL, *INSERT

    ; Aliases for commands discontinued in AutoCAD 2000:
    AAD, *DBCONNECT
    AEX, *DBCONNECT
    ALI, *DBCONNECT
    ASQ, *DBCONNECT
    ARO, *DBCONNECT
    ASE, *DBCONNECT
    DDATTDEF, *ATTDEF
    DDATTEXT, *ATTEXT
    DDCHPROP, *PROPERTIES
    DDCOLOR, *COLOR
    DDLMODES, *LAYER
    DDLTYPE, *LINETYPE
    DDMODIFY, *PROPERTIES
    DDOSNAP, *OSNAP
    DDUCS, *UCS

    ================================================

    John B
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    Put the "at" in the gap.
     
    john, Jul 14, 2003
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  3. Christine Sommerfeld

    Huw Guest

    For 2000:

    3DARRAY,3A
    3DORBIT,3DO
    3DFACE,3F
    3DPOLY,3P
    ARC,A
    AREA,AA
    ADCENTER,ADC
    ALIGN,AL
    APPLOAD,AP
    ARRAY,AR
    ATTEDIT,ATE
    -ATTEDIT,-ATE
    ATTDEF,ATT
    -ATTDEF,-ATT
    -ATTEDIT,ATTE
    BLOCK,B
    -BLOCK,-B
    BHATCH,BH
    BOUNDARY,BO
    -BOUNDARY,-BO
    BREAK,BR
    CIRCLE,C
    PROPERTIES,CH
    CHANGE,-CH
    CHAMFER,CHA
    COPY,CO
    COLOR,COL
    COLOR,COLOUR
    DIMSTYLE,D
    DIMALIGNED,DAL
    DIMANGULAR,DAN
    DIMBASELINE,DBA
    DBCONNECT,DBC
    DIMCENTER,DCE
    DIMCONTINUE,DCO
    DIMDIAMETER,DDI
    DIMEDIT,DED
    DIST,DI
    DIVIDE,DIV
    DIMLINEAR,DLI
    DONUT,DO
    DIMORDINATE,DOR
    DIMOVERRIDE,DOV
    DRAWORDER,DR
    DIMRADIUS,DRA
    DSETTINGS,DS
    DIMSTYLE,DST
    DTEXT,DT
    DVIEW,DV
    ERASE,E
    DDEDIT,ED
    ELLIPSE,EL
    EXTEND,EX
    QUIT,EXIT
    EXPORT,EXP
    EXTRUDE,EXT
    FILLET,F
    FILTER,FI
    GROUP,G
    -GROUP,-G
    DDGRIPS,GR
    BHATCH,H
    HATCH,-H
    HATCHEDIT,HE
    HIDE,HI
    INSERT,I
    -INSERT,-I
    IMAGEADJUST,IAD
    IMAGEATTACH,IAT
    IMAGECLIP,ICL
    IMAGE,IM
    -IMAGE,-IM
    IMPORT,IMP
    INTERSECT,IN
    INTERFERE,INF
    INSERTOBJ,IO
    LINE,L
    LAYER,LA
    -LAYER,-LA
    QLEADER,LE
    LENGTHEN,LEN
    LIST,LI
    LWEIGHT,LINEWEIGHT
    -LAYOUT,LO
    LIST,LS
    LINETYPE,LT
    -LINETYPE,-LT
    LTSCALE,LTS
    LINETYPE,LTYPE
    -LINETYPE,-LTYPE
    LWEIGHT,LW
    MOVE,M
    MATCHPROP,MA
    MEASURE,ME
    MIRROR,MI
    MLINE,ML
    PROPERTIES,MO
    MSPACE,MS
    MTEXT,MT
    MVIEW,MV
    OFFSET,O
    OPTIONS,OP
    3DORBIT,ORBIT
    OSNAP,OS
    -OSNAP,-OS
    PAN,P
    -PAN,-P
    PASTESPEC,PA
    -PARTIALOPEN,PARTIALOPEN
    PEDIT,PE
    PLINE,PL
    POINT,PO
    POLYGON,POL
    OPTIONS,PR
    PROPERTIESCLOSE,PRCLOSE
    PREVIEW,PRE
    PLOT,PRINT
    PROPERTIES,PROPS
    PSPACE,PS
    PURGE,PU
    REDRAW,R
    REDRAWALL,RA
    REGEN,RE
    REGENALL,REA
    RECTANGLE,REC
    REGION,REG
    RENAME,REN
    -RENAME,-REN
    REVOLVE,REV
    DDRMODES,RM
    ROTATE,RO
    RPREF,RPR
    RENDER,RR
    STRETCH,S
    SCALE,SC
    SCRIPT,SCR
    DSETTINGS,SE
    SECTION,SEC
    SETVAR,SET
    SHADE,SHA
    SLICE,SL
    SNAP,SN
    SOLID,SO
    SPELL,SP
    SPLINEDIT,SPE
    SPLINE,SPL
    STYLE,ST
    SUBTRACT,SU
    MTEXT,T
    -MTEXT,-T
    TABLET,TA
    THICKNESS,TH
    TILEMODE,TI
    TOOLBAR,TO
    TOLERANCE,TOL
    TORUS,TOR
    TRIM,TR
    DDUCS,UC
    DDUCSP,UCP
    UNITS,UN
    -UNITS,-UN
    UNION,UNI
    VIEW,V
    -VIEW,-V
    DDVPOINT,VP
    VPOINT,-VP
    WBLOCK,W
    -WBLOCK,-W
    WEDGE,WE
    EXPLODE,X
    XATTACH,XA
    XBIND,XB
    -XBIND,-XB
    XCLIP,XC
    XLINE,XL
    XREF,XR
    -XREF,-XR
    ZOOM,Z
     
    Huw, Jul 15, 2003
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