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m> wrote in message
have a problem that is occuring quite often. The Right-Click menu will often
resort to a standard AutoCAD menu (no Electrical Menu). I have to click on one
of the Electrical Icons to "re-enable" the menu. It does not appear to relate
to any specific menu or icon usage.
I realize the electrical menu will only activate if a "Smart Block" is the
target of the right-click, otherwise the standard menu will appear. I'm
thinking my "Right-Click Customization" under Options is configured
incorrectly. My settings are:
Default Mode: Shortcut Menu
Edit Mode: Shortcut Menu
Command Mode: ENTER
I have another item of note. When setting the "Noun/Verb" selection to
allow double-click editing of components, the Right-Click menu appears with a
"Edit" and "Exit" menu. Can this be configured to simply open the dialog
without popping this menu? My present double-click configuration is not any
more efficient than Righ-Clicking and pressing "E" for edit.
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