AutoCAD Mechanical 2014, somehow I entered a mode on one particular drawing where every time I click on a line, a curve, a points, etc., there are some X-Y coordinate/UCS crosshairs in the center. If I click on multiple things, the crosshairs appear in the center of the entire selection. How do I exit this mode? Happened to my coworker as well but went away when he updated to 2014. Thanks!
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UCSICON = OFF maybe?
UCSICON = NO ORIGIN maybe?
Unless you mean the actual drawing crosshairs and not the UCS ICON that shows the X,Y,Z. Then I got nuthin'.
A screenshot would be very helpful, otherwise we're just going to continue with WAGs. Mine: you have automatic constraints turned on.
Could be dynamic UCS, but I suspect its the Widget, which is displayed under the 3D visual styles like "3D Wireframe". It allows for objets to be modified by pulling on the different axes and planes in the Widget. There's also a rotational widget which allows for rotations in the same manner.
Hmmmm I looked in the help file for the visual styles and whatnot and odn't even have the "Visual Styles" category under my "View" tab. I work strictly in 2D in AutoCAD. Does that help any?