Hi, I have "lost" the viewports toolbar and have not understood how to get it back.
I have tried the Tools/ Costomize/Interface (CUI)... and dragged commands to new toolset but unsuccesfully so far.
Now I am using the "QUICKVIEW" command to move between the layouts and model space.
All help appreciated!
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every time i open autocad any floating palettes are missing - the status bar is a particular annoyance
cmd-6 brings it back, but why is it always hidden behind the project window?
i dock the layers, xref, properties & tools at the side
those seem to stay put on launch
but if i undock them, they disappear on launch and only a reset brings them back
given that reset relaunches autocad, it's a pain to try to work with floating palettes
also, when i move between paper space and model space, i have to click in the window to activate the project window as if i had left the program to click into another. why doesn't autocad understand that i'm still in the project? (ie, i can't just start typing commands...i have to click in the window first)
is autodesk working on fixing these issues?
autocad lt 2013 for mac
on imac running osx10.8.2
no 3rd party apps
I tried the Reset Application Settings as you suggest, and it seems to be working thus far...both for "focus" and for palette visibility.
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