Type UNDO at the command-line and select option "One".
Now, the U command undoes one command at a time.
If this doesn't work, type UNDOCTL at the command-line, and tell us what value this is set to...
That appears to work. But only after I typed UNDO a second time. The first time I typed UNDO and entered 1. Autocrat replied that I needed to enter a number from 1 to 3####. You know a typical Autocrat WTF answer.
Second time around and it worked.
What does UNDOCTL give you?
And if you type
what's the value for UNDOCTL then?
OK another reason to hate Autodesk. Appearently this has been happening since 2008 Electrical
I am so glad that I get to use software that's had the same bug for over 5 years that dirrectly effects using the software. Thank you Autodesk.
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