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*stasiak, fabian
Message 1 of 9 (58 Views)

Nothing selected problem in AutoCAD 2000

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03-22-2001 10:46 PM
Hello All,
I have following problem with PROPERTIES window. After selecting objects
the message "Nothing Selected" is displayed in Properties window.
I can not change properties using this window. The one solution I know
is reinstall AutoCAD but this is stupid solution.
Has anyone any solution of this problem.
Regards,
Fabian (Poland)
*Payne, John
Message 2 of 9 (58 Views)

Re: Nothing selected problem in AutoCAD 2000

03-23-2001 12:02 AM in reply to: *stasiak, fabian
If pickfirst is set to 1 and it still doesn't work...
then look around here...it's a bug that there's a fix for.
John Payne
*Miller, Bud
Message 3 of 9 (58 Views)

Re: Nothing selected problem in AutoCAD 2000

03-23-2001 12:14 AM in reply to: *stasiak, fabian
Check Options, Selection tab, make sure Noun/Verb is checked.

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Bud Miller
www.BudCAD.com
AutoCAD & LDD apps and more
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"fabian stasiak" wrote in message
news:3ABB61C6.CFF4A214@aplikom.com.pl...
> Hello All,
> I have following problem with PROPERTIES window. After selecting objects
> the message "Nothing Selected" is displayed in Properties window.
> I can not change properties using this window. The one solution I know
> is reinstall AutoCAD but this is stupid solution.
> Has anyone any solution of this problem.
> Regards,
> Fabian (Poland)
>
*Luke
Message 4 of 9 (58 Views)

Re:

03-25-2001 06:19 AM in reply to: *stasiak, fabian
I think it might have been to do with unloading acopm.arx.

Luke

"John Payne" wrote in message
news:CAF3D2F3D94AF092573501A48BB107FE@in.WebX.maYIadrTaRb...
> If pickfirst is set to 1 and it still doesn't work...
> then look around here...it's a bug that there's a fix for.
> John Payne
>
*Payne, John
Message 5 of 9 (58 Views)

Re:

03-26-2001 02:25 AM in reply to: *stasiak, fabian
Turning on noun/verb thru tools/preferences/selection
changes the pickfirst variable to 1. Doing both is redundant.
Pickfirst at the command line, set to 1, will change
noun/verb to on in the dialog box.
John Payne
no sig to sell, just trying to help
*Miller, Bud
Message 6 of 9 (58 Views)

Re:

03-26-2001 04:05 AM in reply to: *stasiak, fabian
Hey John,

We posted at nearly the same time with 2 ways to do the same thing.

Bud (also just trying to help...)

"John Payne" wrote in message
news:AB1FD0B21E4F050F545F07C980C28262@in.WebX.maYIadrTaRb...
> Turning on noun/verb thru tools/preferences/selection
> changes the pickfirst variable to 1. Doing both is redundant.
> Pickfirst at the command line, set to 1, will change
> noun/verb to on in the dialog box.
> John Payne
> no sig to sell, just trying to help
>
*Miller, Bud
Message 7 of 9 (58 Views)

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03-26-2001 04:11 AM in reply to: *stasiak, fabian
> > no sig to sell, just trying to help

Can you please explain what that is supposed to mean?

**************************************
Bud Miller
www.BudCAD.com
AutoCAD & LDD apps and more
**************************************

"Bud Miller" wrote in message
news:F366E9186B81530A5F90C723CC7ACF6D@in.WebX.maYIadrTaRb...
> Hey John,
>
> We posted at nearly the same time with 2 ways to do the same thing.
>
> Bud (also just trying to help...)
>
> "John Payne" wrote in message
> news:AB1FD0B21E4F050F545F07C980C28262@in.WebX.maYIadrTaRb...
> > Turning on noun/verb thru tools/preferences/selection
> > changes the pickfirst variable to 1. Doing both is redundant.
> > Pickfirst at the command line, set to 1, will change
> > noun/verb to on in the dialog box.
> > John Payne
> > no sig to sell, just trying to help
> >
>
*Payne, John
Message 8 of 9 (58 Views)

Re:

03-26-2001 04:46 AM in reply to: *stasiak, fabian
You're right, looks kinda' silly, doesn't it?
John Payne
*Miller, Bud
Message 9 of 9 (58 Views)

Re:

03-26-2001 05:08 AM in reply to: *stasiak, fabian
Yup

"John Payne" wrote in message
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> You're right, looks kinda' silly, doesn't it?
> John Payne
>
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