If i needed to undo something, I used to just hit ctrl+Z but now there doesnt seem to be a quick way to use undo, which sucks because I used undo all the time. When i hit ctrl+z the U shows up in commands but it doesnt do anything, i have to hit the Undo tool and then it asks me for all kinds of prompts which dont seem to do anything even if i tell it to just undo one command, it doesn't seem to undo anything. Am I doing something wrong or is this a problem. If I roll this out to all workstations without figuring this out, people are going to flip out.
ctrl+z works fine for me, as does u+spacebar. Perhaps you've run into a migration and/or install issue...?
I'm on win7 64bit and I did migrate my 2012 settings automatically.
im on 64 bit Win7 as well and migrated settings from 2012 as well. when i hit Ctrl+Z it shows up in the command line as U and it looks like it executed the undo, but nothing happens.
Mine didn't work properly either when I first installed 2013.
Try this: Type "undo" +enter, then "C" +enter (for Control), then "A" +enter (for All).
All was already selected. WHen I hit ctrl+z it shows the _U in the command line and it looks like it did what it was supposed to, but nothing is undone. It shows up in my Undo dropdown as Group Commands.
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