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Foggo
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First click point for a Section Box

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02-21-2012 02:40 AM

The two points of a selection box should be points in space.

 However on a busy section of a model I find it impossible to find a free bit of space for the first click and as such an element invariablely becomes selected and then is moved with the second click if not pinned down.

Is there a key that I can hold down (to indicate that a point in space click is required) when clicking the first point of a selection box and therefore avoid making a selection until the selection box is complete?

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Foggo
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Re: First click point for a Section Box

02-21-2012 03:11 AM in reply to: Foggo

I've just worked out one answer. Holding the Shift button (ie in de-selection mode) does the trick.

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LisaDrago
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Re: First click point for a Section Box

02-21-2012 05:01 AM in reply to: Foggo

Try unchecking the press and drag check box at the bottom right of your view. This will prevent you from grabbing an object and dragging it without starting a command.

 

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