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Press the Browse button. Wish List Forums Get Connected Articles Publications Products About AUGI Search FAQ Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links View Forum Leaders Forum English Forums General Design AutoCAD AutoCAD Support If your application uses multiple DCL files, the acad.dce file is overwritten (or deleted if no errors occur) when each new file is loaded. Expand the Autodesk folder, then expand the folder showing your version of AutoCAD.

Last modified on Monday, 27 July 2015 14:53 Contact Land F/X 3165 Broad St. #114 San Luis Obispo, CA 93401 +1 (805) 541-1003 GBR: +44 07507 418948 AUS: +61 0481 245 That page can’t be found. Semantic error(s) in DCL file ade.dcl. Louis Posts 5,040 Re: Semantic errors in DCL files I'm sorry, but, just to clarify are you using AutoCAD 2004?

Tutorials Michael’s Corner Forum Today's Posts FAQ Calendar Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links View Forum Leaders What's New? Be sure to check out the FAQ for more information. + Reply to Thread Results 1 to 3 of 3 Thread: Semantic errors Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page… Instead all the errors are written in a seperate file called ACAD.DCE You can find it in the current directory. Reproduction or copying of images is prohibited.

If the error messages are written to acad.dce, it alerts you to this with a message similar to the following: You can inspect the contents of acad.dce to find the problem. By neekcotrack in forum MEP Replies: 6 Last Post: 7th Nov 2008, 08:53 pm LISP for Errors... When an error is encountered, one or more dialog boxes alerting you to the error are displayed, or a list of errors are written to a text file named acad.dce. DisciplineSee details below.