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deleting a snap

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04-30-2013 06:18 AM

i'm constantly picking the 'none' snap when i mean tio pick 'nearest'. i want to delete 'none' from my list of snaps that come up when i click the middle mouse button. how is this done?

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jmayo
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Re: deleting a snap

04-30-2013 06:42 AM in reply to: nostupidquestions

Go into the CUI. Find the partial cui list. Expand the one for ACAD and then expand the Shortcut Menus. You will see the Object Snap Cursor Menu. You can remove te undesired select or simply change to order.

 

Another way to do this w/o using the CUI is simply typing it in.

When the Osnap shortcut menu is displayed, move the cursor over the menu and type R for nearest or N for None.

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Re: deleting a snap

04-30-2013 09:27 AM in reply to: jmayo

thanks. under the partial i deleted it to no effect. i deleted it under the shortcuts menu.

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