I read through a long thread from users of AutoCAD LT 2012 and did not find a resolution to using the Move command and it not recognizing the 2nd input of 2' or whatever. I have been using the move command in AutoCAD for years and never a problem. I hit M, enter, select a single item (lilne), right click to enter it, select the base point, drag the mouse (in this case) to the right (with ortho on), let go of the mouse and without clicking enter the number 2 and ' for feet as it is prompting me to specify a 2nd point, hit enter and nothing happens, still says to specify 2nd point.
I have been doing this for years and years. Why no worky now? I have some drawings I did on AutoCAD ADT 2004 and opened them in AutoCAD LT 2013 and the command works perfectly. Any thoughts? I am using the following:
Acer Predator G3620 with Intel Core i7-3770 CPU @ 3.40 GHz, 12GB RAM, 64 bit operating syst., wired mouse and keyboard.
Thanks in advance for your help.
Oh, yes. I am attaching a file for your "enjoyment."
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Using your directions; Move works fine here in LT 2013.
What is DYNMODE set to?
Tools Menu, Drafting Settings, Dynamic Input tab, is Enable dimension input where possible checked?
DYNAMIC INPUT TAB SHOWS ENABLE POINTER INPUT, ENABLE DIMENSION INPUT WHERE POSSIBLE, AND DYNAMIC PROMPTS SHOWS THE "SHOW COMMAND PROMPTING AND COMMAND INPUT..." AND "SHOW ADDITIONAL TIPS WITH..." CHECK BOXES CHECKED.
How can I avoid this problem in the future? Should I start all my new files with a template made from one of my ADT 2004 files?
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