The LISP code sets Visretain to 0, reloads the xref, then sets Visretain back to 1.The goal of this specification is to enable an application designer or administrator to pick from a rich choice of compliant remote content and application providers, and integrate them with just a few mouse clicks and no programming effort.
Mastering it will greatly elevate your emotional intelligence and your of validation to feel good about themselves.
The latter is particularly true of people experiencing difficult times or a loss and of people who are highly sensitive, insecure, have low self esteem or who are easily intimidated.
The mutual validation of feelings is important in all phases of relationships including building, maintaining, repairing, and improving them.
To validate someone's feelings is first to accept someone's feelings - and then to understand them - and finally to nurture them.
This routine from Benzigar Peter allows you to reload an xref while restoring the original layer properties, and not have to worry about the Visretain settings.
This specification is the effort of the OASIS Web Services for Remote Portlets (WSRP) Technical Committee which aims to simplify the effort required of integrating applications to quickly exploit new web services as they become available.You can use Auto CAD commands to control the display of Xrefs.If you forget about Visretain, however, you could lose the layer settings later on.It can be as simple as negative body language, a look or not saying something when one would expect something to be said.Often, if we are experiencing a communication breakdown, or if there is a wall between us and someone else, it most likely has been built with the bricks of invalidation.Create a layer state before setting VISRETAIN=0 and reloading, then export so it doesn't update because of VISRETAIN.