File Reference commands
Commands are listed by full command name followed by PGP shortcut. Eg FullCommand,FC
Command line: xr
Press ENTER or SPACEBAR to attach an xref and assign a layer.
Enter LI for LIST to list all xrefs.
Enter C for CREATE to create an xref from selected objects and assign a layer.
Enter D for DETACH to detach selected xrefs.
Enter F for FREEZE to freeze all xref layers.
Enter I for INSERT to detach a selected xref and insert it as a block.
Enter LA for LAYER to assign all xrefs a layer.
Enter LO for LOCK to lock all xref layers.
Enter OP for OPEN to open a selected xref.
Enter OPV for OPEN VIEW to open a selected xref and zoom to the same view.
Enter OR for ORDER to set the order of entities to ensure lines over xrefs will be selected first.
Enter OV for OVERLAY to overlay an xref and assign a layer.
Enter P for PATHFIX to take out paths from all xrefs. (Discontinued command in future versions).
Enter R for RELOAD to reload a selected xref.
Enter T for THAW to thaw all xref layers.
Enter UN for UNLOCK to unlock all xref layers.
Enter U for UPDATE to update xref files which haven't loaded. (Discontinued command in future versions).
Image utilities ‘?/LIst/Detach/Freeze/LAyer/LOck/ORder/Pathfix/Reload/Thaw/UNlock/Update<Attach>: ‘
Xref Fix Insertion Rotation Scale
Xref fix position scale & rotation without open script
Place list of xrefs at selected point ‘xref name / file name / loaded / nested’.
Rename xrefs according to the file name
Rename copies of xrefs to unique names
Save the current path location
Scale xrefs globally
Rename Images according to the file name.
Save the current path location.
Detach All References which are Unloaded & or Not Found
Xref Detach Unloaded or Unreferenced
Xref Detach Unloaded
Image Detach Unloaded
Image Detach Not Found
PDF Detach Unloaded or Unreferenced
PDF Detach Not Found
Data Detach Unloaded or Unreferenced
Data Detach Not Found
Convert Linked Images to OLE objects, faster but some loss in quality.
Convert Linked Images to OLE objects, slower retaining most of the original images quality.
* Lisp command has Menu support. ie. For layer names, xref names, style names, linetype names or block names you can select from the lists on the Menu or type ` for the dialogue.
# Warning: objects in pspace / mspace not selected will be lost.
+ Command requires additional installation of command line winzip add-on.
^ Command requires detailed configuration please contact Rock CAD Support.