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thanhtike.myn
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Delete Key

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05-21-2012 06:21 PM

Hi all,

i'm encountering disable of Delete key. Normally i use "Delete" key to erase object after it is selected. Since yesterday i can't use that key anymore. So pls let me know how to check the setting. I'm sure its not keybord's issue coz i can still use the key in other program(Excel & Word).

Thank you in advance.

 

Regards,

Thanhtike

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Patchy
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Re: Delete Key

05-21-2012 07:22 PM in reply to: thanhtike.myn

did you change PICKFIRST variable from 1 to zero?

 

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thanhtike.myn
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Re: Delete Key

05-21-2012 07:46 PM in reply to: Patchy

i think i didn't ...so tat variable should be "1" ? now i checked its "0"

And after i selected the object i can activate any command rite? now i cannot ...though i have selected the object it still ask me to select obj again. why?

And after i selected the object i can see the properties command in the shorcut menu ...now tat command and some are missing...i think i accidentally changed the setting and i m not sure what i did. I suspect one setting should related to these problems.

please give me the idea.

thanks.

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thanhtike.myn
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Registered: ‎10-12-2010
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Re: Delete Key

05-22-2012 01:44 AM in reply to: thanhtike.myn

yup...because of that variable .

thanks alot.

 

Regards,

Thanhtike

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