Sorry, that script was created using 16. Originally posted in cdnusers.org by Trykon
16 has several application modes which are used for pre-selection (Choose the element to be worked on and then the command) which provide an environment in which commands used frequently in a particular task domain, such as etch editing, are readily accessible from right mouse button pop-up menus, based on a selection set of design elements you have chosen.
General-edit application mode lets you perform editing tasks, including place and route, as well as moving, copying, or mirroring, for example.
Etch-edit application mode customizes your environment to perform etch-editing tasks such as adding and sliding connections, delay tuning, and smoothing cline or cline segment angles, for example.
Comment out, using a "#" sign in the begining of the line or delete the general edit line
Again, sorry if that confused you.