LoadUnload-Applications-Dialog-Box

Load/Unload Applications Dialog Box

    Load/Unload Applications Dialog Box

    Loads and unloads applications and defines which applications to load at startup.

    Loads and unloads applications and specifies applications to be loaded at startup.

    List of Options

    The options at the top of this dialog box are derived from the standard file selection
    dialog box. Following are descriptions of options that are unique to the Load/Unload
    Applications dialog box:

    Load

    Loads or reloads the applications that are currently selected either in the files
    list or on the History List tab. Load is unavailable until you select a file that
    you can load. ObjectARX, VBA, and DBX applications are loaded immediately, but LSP,
    VLX, and FAS applications are queued and then loaded when you close the Load/Unload
    Applications dialog box.

    If you select a file that is already loaded, Load reloads the application when applicable.
    You cannot reload ObjectARX applications. In this case, you must first unload the
    ObjectARX application and then load it again. The Load option is also available from
    a shortcut menu by right-clicking a file on the History List tab.

    Loaded Applications

    Displays an alphabetical list (by file name) of currently loaded applications. LISP
    routines are displayed in this list only if you loaded them in the Load/Unload Applications
    dialog box.

    You can drag files into this list from the files list or from any application with
    dragging capabilities, such as Microsoft آ® Windows آ® Explorer or File Explorer.

    If you use the AutoCAD web browser to load an application, the web browser downloads
    the application to a temporary location on your machine. This is the location from
    which AutoCAD loads the application, as displayed in this list.

    You can also unload certain applications from this list. See the Unload option for
    details. Files that you cannot unload are not available for selection.

    History List

    Displays an alphabetical list (by file name) of applications that you previously loaded
    with Add To History selected. If Add To History is not selected when you drag files
    into this list, the dragged files are loaded but not added to the history list.

    You can add files by dragging them from the files list or from another application.
    You can load and remove applications from this list, but to unload applications, you
    must use the Loaded Applications tab.

    Add to History

    Adds any applications that you load to the history list.

    You may prefer to clear this option when loading applications with the product web
    browser, because these applications are unavailable once the cache for the application’s
    temporary location is emptied.

    Unload/Remove

    Unloads the selected applications or removes them from the History List. Unload is
    available only when a file is selected on the Loaded Applications tab. Remove is available
    only when you select a file on the History List tab.

    LISP applications cannot be unloaded, nor can ObjectARX applications that are not
    registered for unloading.

    NOTE:Remove does not unload the selected application. The Remove option is also available
    from a shortcut menu by right-clicking an application on the History List tab.

    Startup Suite

    Specifies the custom applications to load each time the product is started.

    NOTE:Starting with AutoCAD 2014-based products, the custom applications added to the Startup
    Suite must be placed in a trusted location; trusted locations are specified by the
    TRUSTEDPATHS system variable.

    Contents

    Displays the Startup Suite dialog box.

    You can also add files to the Startup Suite by right-clicking an application on the
    History List tab and clicking Add to Startup Suite on the shortcut menu, or by dragging
    and dropping a file from the files list onto the image in the Startup Suite.

    Status Line

    Displays messages that indicate the status of loading and unloading operations.

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