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Entering edit mode is now much easier. Edit panels such as the properties pane and command bar are now a single-click away and can be expanded. (video: 1:53 min.)Improved user experience with new CAD toolbar, new undo and redo, improved handling of objects, and a new timeline.AutoCAD is compatible with Windows 10.Detailed list of new features in AutoCAD 2020, the new release of AutoCAD 2023 and other AutoCAD features and improvementsAutodesk is a registered trademark and AutoCAD a registered trademark of Autodesk, Inc. All other brand and product names, trademarks, registered trademarks, and service marks are property of their respective owners. Autodesk reserves the right to change product offerings and specifications at any time.Thank you for reading the 2020 Interop Review! Check back on March 5th for the 2021 edition.Q:Validation on a macroI have a problem with a macro validation.I have to validate a macro, but the code seems valid to me.The macro is:@StartsAt@DoesNotStartWith@EndsAt@TagName @CheckForMatch @CheckString @CheckStringIsCorrectLength I've tried to validate the macro using the following code:Validator validator = new Validator();validator.CheckMacro("@StartsAt");The validation complains with: "The argument is expected to be an identifier, it cannot contain '.'"The way the macro is created, I have to validate a structure of macros (another macro is required).How can I validate the macro (identifier) through the code?Thank you.A:the problem was not in the macro but in a macro.The macro was composed by two macros (a macro called "StartsAt" and "DoesNotStartWith")The second macro was not valid, but the first one.Thank you to all.Unlock Your Birthday Advantage Today!Get all the amazing benefits available to you! All you need is a valid ID or passport.Stop by today to celebrate your 2be273e24d

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