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IN LEGALESE: Neither myself or any of my contributors will be held in no way responsible in any way for any damages resulting from the use (or misuse) of any files or links from this website.  I will try (to the best of my ability) to ensure that all files posted here are virus free, but I will make no such guarantees.  By downloading any files from this site, you are assuming any/all risk on your own.  All copyrights for individuals and/or companies listed in these files shall be retained by the rightful owner/author and you may face civil and/or criminal penalties for infringement of these rights.

IN PLAIN ENGLISH: Basically, don't blame me if it doesn't work or throws your peer-to-peer downloaded, outdated version of some half-rate CAD program into a screaming death spiral - or if it does that to your brand new & fully paid for version of AutoCAD Architecture, either.  I don't care.  I am not an Autolisp master, so do not accuse me of being one.  I have no ambition to purposely destroy someone's computer, crash their programs, or even give someone a mild headache.  What's the point?  I don't even know you.  But if I DID know you...  I am, however, attempting to help anyone who can use it by offering up many of my own routines (and those of some others) for you to use & by being a catalyst for you to possibly get some goodies to help you out.  And please don't steal someone else's stuff & try to pass it off as your own.  How pathetic would that be for someone to go around stealing text files & changing the author's name so that they look like a "big shot" in the CAD department.  Please, if you want to steal something, come up with a better idea for your big score than plagiarizing files that are already free for you to use. 


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