|Function Syntax||LockObjects / UnlockObjects / DisableLock|
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This is a purely academic piece of code demonstrating the ability to prevent modification of a set of objects using reactors.
The user can 'lock' a set of entities by typing 'LockObjects' at the AutoCAD command-line and making a selection of objects. The program then stores the handles and DXF data of the selected entities and initiates an Editor Reactor to be triggered following command completion.
When a command has ended, the callback function of the Editor Reactor is evaluated and the 'locked' entities are modified to revert back to the stored DXF data.
The code also demonstrates a method of saving the handles of the locked objects in a drawing dictionary, so that the reactors may be re-built upon loading the code in another drawing session.
The user can unlock a selection of objects by typing 'UnlockObjects' at the AutoCAD command-line, or indeed unlock all locked objects using the 'DisableLock' command.
Instructions for Running
Please refer to How to Run an AutoLISP Program.