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kirstenmhanson
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AECC command shortcuts not working in 2013

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11-28-2012 04:32 PM

I had command shortcuts created in 2012 (in the acad.pgp file) for AECC commands like drawing feature lines, trimming feature lines, etc. My shortcut commands that began with AECC aren't working in 2013, perhaps becasue these now pull up a dialogue boxes before the command is shown in the command window?  Anyone know how I can get keyboard commands to work for this?  I'm lost now looking for all sorts of buttons!

 

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KH

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mathewk
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Re: AECC command shortcuts not working in 2013

11-28-2012 04:49 PM in reply to: kirstenmhanson
Did you migrate your PGP file? Is C3D using that migrated file? Run this at the command line...
(Findfile "acad.pgp")

This will tell you which PGP file is in use.
Matt Kolberg
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kirstenmhanson
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Re: AECC command shortcuts not working in 2013

11-29-2012 10:23 AM in reply to: kirstenmhanson

Turnsout that the commands no longer need "aecc..." at the beginning of them in the .pgp file, which is why it didn't work.  So where I had "aeccdrawfeatureline" in 2012, it just became "drawfeatureline" in 2013.  Easy fix!

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